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Bring back the.... Biff?

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Found this list of all Foz’s injuries.

May 2010 - hamstring (missed 2 games)

September 2010 - shoulder (missed Kiwis' Four Nations campaign)

March 2012 - hamstring (missed 5 games)

May 2012 - ankle (missed 1 game)

July 2013 - stomach bug (missed 1 game)

March 2014 - calf (missed 1 game)

April 2014 - knee (missed 3 games)

March 2015 - hamstring (missed 2 games)

April 2015 - hamstring (missed 1 game)

May 2015 - hamstring (missed 2 games)

March 2016 - hamstring (missed 1 game)

April 2016 - personal reasons (missed 2 games)

June, 2016 - shoulder surgery (missed 10 games)

March 2017 - hamstring (missed 2 games)

June 2017 - shoulder (missed 2 games)

August 2017 - back (missed 1 game)

September 2017 - back (missed 1 game)

June 2018 - toe surgery (missed 12 games)

April 2019 - syndesmosis surgery (missed 5 games)

November 2019 - shoulder surgery (expected to miss 9-12 months)

September 2020 - torn pectoral

He’s managed to cop it everywhere bar his head and his hands. His shoulder is the biggest concern. Other than that he has just been unlucky, fingers crossed that luck turns.
From what I remember his hands were so bad when he was younger he was told he wouldn't play footy again or something like that. So his hands are on the list to i suppose haha. Poor guy im sure he will have a good year for us
 

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Found this list of all Foz’s injuries.

May 2010 - hamstring (missed 2 games)

September 2010 - shoulder (missed Kiwis' Four Nations campaign)

March 2012 - hamstring (missed 5 games)

May 2012 - ankle (missed 1 game)

July 2013 - stomach bug (missed 1 game)

March 2014 - calf (missed 1 game)

April 2014 - knee (missed 3 games)

March 2015 - hamstring (missed 2 games)

April 2015 - hamstring (missed 1 game)

May 2015 - hamstring (missed 2 games)

March 2016 - hamstring (missed 1 game)

April 2016 - personal reasons (missed 2 games)

June, 2016 - shoulder surgery (missed 10 games)

March 2017 - hamstring (missed 2 games)

June 2017 - shoulder (missed 2 games)

August 2017 - back (missed 1 game)

September 2017 - back (missed 1 game)

June 2018 - toe surgery (missed 12 games)

April 2019 - syndesmosis surgery (missed 5 games)

November 2019 - shoulder surgery (expected to miss 9-12 months)

September 2020 - torn pectoral

He’s managed to cop it everywhere bar his head and his hands. His shoulder is the biggest concern. Other than that he has just been unlucky, fingers crossed that luck turns.
2016- temporary insanity and left manly
 

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Heart warming story I got no doubt where ever foz featured he make a difference

"It is almost 10 years since they helped deliver Manly’s last title."

Should be 7 years. And who know how the years after 2013 play out with Foz's career if Manly have won that grand final.
 

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Yes, a heart-warming interview thank you @winnyason and love those old photos of the pair too. Brings back awesome memories and hopefully there's more to come.
Agree people may write us off but dce, foz and turbo boys are quality footballers
 

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I say so I am concerned where schuster fit in ?
I can't see Foz being an 80 minute player any more without picking up an injury and I can't see him lasting long over the season without injury so maybe Schuster will be sitting on the bench whilst Foz is healthy and come on to replace him when Foz needs a break and will replace him in the starting line up when Foz gets another one of his short to long-term injuries.
 

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I can't see Foz being an 80 minute player any more without picking up an injury and I can't see him lasting long over the season without injury so maybe Schuster will be sitting on the bench whilst Foz is healthy and come on to replace him when Foz needs a break and will replace him in the starting line up when Foz gets another one of his short to long-term injuries

I don’t want it to happen but I have a gut feeling that initially schuster won’t be part of the 17 unless Foran has a stint at hooker. I can’t see us carrying Croker or cust and the Schu on the bench.
 

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I can't see Foz being an 80 minute player any more without picking up an injury and I can't see him lasting long over the season without injury so maybe Schuster will be sitting on the bench whilst Foz is healthy and come on to replace him when Foz needs a break and will replace him in the starting line up when Foz gets another one of his short to long-term injuries.
I do agree nostalgia aside its obvious he here to mentor Josh along. Des said we see a different Foran so imagine it's not 2011 model.
My only take
* Schuster starts at 6 Foran at 9 or Foran at 6 and cust at 9 or Schuster as 14
 

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Great teams are made from a squad of players that are willing to play in the position that gives their team the best chance of winning and place winning above anything else .

Looking forward to our first line up and how they line up against the roosters
 

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Heart warming story I got no doubt where ever foz featured he make a difference

The article says that "There have been a fair few owners of the Manly No.6 jersey since Foran played his last game with Cherry-Evans against Cronulla at the end of 2015." Lets have a look at who have worn the Manly #6 since then.....

There have been 14 players who have started games at 5/8 for Manly since then - Dylan Walker, Pita Godinet, Jamie Lyon, Matthew Wright, Api Koroisau, Blake Green, Cam Cullen, Lachlan Croker, Trent Hodkinson, Tom Wright, Kane Elgey, Curtis Sironen, Cade Cust, Josh Schuster.
 

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100% Foran should start at 5/8. We have not had another dominant half who can help steer the side along side chez since Foran left. Green was ok, but Foran will help balance the side out enormously. Shuster will get his chance, no doubt.
 

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