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Re: 18: Phil Neville - ex Captain Fantastic

Post  paul on September 14th 2009, 16:04

Cahill the Great wrote:
Super wrote:Pass the armband to Distin then please Mr Moyes!!!


No way! Cant have a sulky frenchman leading the team.

It has to be Cahill - fully deserves the armband after the graft he's put in over the past 5 years. I think he's the next best leader out there and has the 100% work ethic.
but you know it will be yobo whatever happens...
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Post  Tonteau on September 14th 2009, 16:06

paul wrote:
Cahill the Great wrote:
Super wrote:Pass the armband to Distin then please Mr Moyes!!!


No way! Cant have a sulky frenchman leading the team.

It has to be Cahill - fully deserves the armband after the graft he's put in over the past 5 years. I think he's the next best leader out there and has the 100% work ethic.
but you know it will be yobo whatever happens...

Was thinking exactly the same. pale
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Re: 18: Phil Neville - ex Captain Fantastic

Post  Cahill the Great on September 14th 2009, 16:08

paul wrote:
Cahill the Great wrote:
Super wrote:Pass the armband to Distin then please Mr Moyes!!!


No way! Cant have a sulky frenchman leading the team.

It has to be Cahill - fully deserves the armband after the graft he's put in over the past 5 years. I think he's the next best leader out there and has the 100% work ethic.
but you know it will be yobo whatever happens...


Not a chance - Yobo wont even play when Jags get back but most importantly not captain material - too quiet.
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Re: 18: Phil Neville - ex Captain Fantastic

Post  Mr_Ben on September 14th 2009, 18:34

I don't think we will see Pip in a blue shirt for much longer, which is sad. At his age to have such a long lay off, he can't recover properly at all.

As for captain. Distin.
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Re: 18: Phil Neville - ex Captain Fantastic

Post  detroitblue on September 14th 2009, 19:18

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Re: 18: Phil Neville - ex Captain Fantastic

Post  MagicMike on September 14th 2009, 19:25

Can I ask as to why Distin is a 'sulky Frenchman'??? He's a fully committed player from what I saw yesterday.

Get well soon Phil.
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Post  Top Balcony Blue on September 14th 2009, 22:58

MagicMike wrote:Can I ask as to why Distin is a 'sulky Frenchman'??? He's a fully committed player from what I saw yesterday.

Get well soon Phil.

i'd defo give it to distin, led by example yesterday
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Post  Knight of Thorgothshire on September 15th 2009, 19:45

Ruddy Perfect wrote:
Knight of Thorgothshire wrote:
Ruddy Perfect wrote:I have a feeling his season is over - the only positive will be if Rodwell and Gosling can step up to the mantle but a top 6 finish has now gone for us and our european campaign looks fragile
Top 6? More like top 12.

Don't be negative KOT
Just trying to be realistic mate. We have lost quite a few players to injuries and before they are fit and playing well (remember it took Arteta time to get back to form when he was out the last time). By that time I feel that the Sky 4, plus Spurs, Man City, Villa will be out of reach. Hence, we'll have to focus on mid table.
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Re: 18: Phil Neville - ex Captain Fantastic

Post  Cahill the Great on September 17th 2009, 11:45

Knight of Thorgothshire wrote:
Ruddy Perfect wrote:
Knight of Thorgothshire wrote:
Ruddy Perfect wrote:I have a feeling his season is over - the only positive will be if Rodwell and Gosling can step up to the mantle but a top 6 finish has now gone for us and our european campaign looks fragile
Top 6? More like top 12.

Don't be negative KOT
Just trying to be realistic mate. We have lost quite a few players to injuries and before they are fit and playing well (remember it took Arteta time to get back to form when he was out the last time). By that time I feel that the Sky 4, plus Spurs, Man City, Villa will be out of reach. Hence, we'll have to focus on mid table.



Some good news on Neville this morning. Rathbone seems to think he'll be back in time for the New Year and that he shouldnt need any surgery.

sunny
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Is Pip finished ?

Post  Made 4 Gwladys on September 26th 2009, 00:18

I didn't realise he was so badly damaged... is this the end for Pip ??

Physioroom are estimating Pip is out for 4 months with Posterior Cruciate damage

http://www.physioroom.com/news/english_premier_league/players/342/phil_p_neville_injury.html?affid=77

PCL Tear Injury
The Posterior Cruciate Ligament (PCL) is larger and stronger than the >Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL). In most Posterior Cruciate Ligament injuries, the mechanism of injury is usually a blow to the front of the upper shin. Unlike ACL injuries, there is not usually knee pain or swelling with isolated PCL tears. So long as there is no damage to other knee joint structures, and there is no knee joint instability, most people can return to sports in 4-6 weeks using a Knee Brace, following physiotherapy treatment.
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Post  sefton on September 26th 2009, 08:19

Made 4 Gwladys wrote:I didn't realise he was so badly damaged... is this the end for Pip ??

Physioroom are estimating Pip is out for 4 months with Posterior Cruciate damage

http://www.physioroom.com/news/english_premier_league/players/342/phil_p_neville_injury.html?affid=77

PCL Tear Injury
The Posterior Cruciate Ligament (PCL) is larger and stronger than the >Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL). In most Posterior Cruciate Ligament injuries, the mechanism of injury is usually a blow to the front of the upper shin. Unlike ACL injuries, there is not usually knee pain or swelling with isolated PCL tears. So long as there is no damage to other knee joint structures, and there is no knee joint instability, most people can return to sports in 4-6 weeks using a Knee Brace, following physiotherapy treatment.



very sad news to hear,but could it be a blessing in disguise?
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Post  Bryan on September 26th 2009, 09:07

Made 4 Gwladys wrote:I didn't realise he was so badly damaged... is this the end for Pip ??

Physioroom are estimating Pip is out for 4 months with Posterior Cruciate damage

http://www.physioroom.com/news/english_premier_league/players/342/phil_p_neville_injury.html?affid=77

PCL Tear Injury
The Posterior Cruciate Ligament (PCL) is larger and stronger than the >Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL). In most Posterior Cruciate Ligament injuries, the mechanism of injury is usually a blow to the front of the upper shin. Unlike ACL injuries, there is not usually knee pain or swelling with isolated PCL tears. So long as there is no damage to other knee joint structures, and there is no knee joint instability, most people can return to sports in 4-6 weeks using a Knee Brace, following physiotherapy treatment.

4-6 weeks is not 4 months.

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Post  Brummie No Mates on September 26th 2009, 09:21

When he was carried off at Fulham I had a fiver bet with Uwist. The rumour round the stand was that it was a broken leg. Uwist reckoned Pip would never play for us again. My fiver says he will...

In answer to the name of the thread, of course Pip isn't finished, otherwise I'm out a fiver to Uwist! Very Happy
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Post  Diamond on September 26th 2009, 09:26

sefton-park-blues wrote:
Made 4 Gwladys wrote:I didn't realise he was so badly damaged... is this the end for Pip ??

Physioroom are estimating Pip is out for 4 months with Posterior Cruciate damage

http://www.physioroom.com/news/english_premier_league/players/342/phil_p_neville_injury.html?affid=77

PCL Tear Injury
The Posterior Cruciate Ligament (PCL) is larger and stronger than the >Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL). In most Posterior Cruciate Ligament injuries, the mechanism of injury is usually a blow to the front of the upper shin. Unlike ACL injuries, there is not usually knee pain or swelling with isolated PCL tears. So long as there is no damage to other knee joint structures, and there is no knee joint instability, most people can return to sports in 4-6 weeks using a Knee Brace, following physiotherapy treatment.



very sad news to hear,but could it be a blessing in disguise?


Of course its not a blessing, he is the captain and is vital to the team.
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Post  Da Judge on September 26th 2009, 10:05

Brummie No Mates wrote:When he was carried off at Fulham I had a fiver bet with Uwist. The rumour round the stand was that it was a broken leg. Uwist reckoned Pip would never play for us again. My fiver says he will...

In answer to the name of the thread, of course Pip isn't finished, otherwise I'm out a fiver to Uwist! Very Happy

I was about to post similar ... and forgot all about the bet.... but its true... I said at the time it looked like a career injury... and I was gutted for the fella! I am more than willing to cough up to be honest. However the following is what is guiding my judgement...

1. The time off is far lengthier than the average injury.
2. Looking at Baz's advice its clear its at the extreme end of the examples of such injuries
3. His age will now start to count against him
4. We have started to bring in (and continue to develop youth) that are certainly as equipped and possibly better skilled than he

As I said I hope I am wrong - best wishes on recovery Pip!
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Post  The Griffin on September 26th 2009, 10:25

UWIST61 wrote:
Brummie No Mates wrote:When he was carried off at Fulham I had a fiver bet with Uwist. The rumour round the stand was that it was a broken leg. Uwist reckoned Pip would never play for us again. My fiver says he will...

In answer to the name of the thread, of course Pip isn't finished, otherwise I'm out a fiver to Uwist! Very Happy

I was about to post similar ... and forgot all about the bet.... but its true... I said at the time it looked like a career injury... and I was gutted for the fella! I am more than willing to cough up to be honest. However the following is what is guiding my judgement...

1. The time off is far lengthier than the average injury.
2. Looking at Baz's advice its clear its at the extreme end of the examples of such injuries
3. His age will now start to count against him
4. We have started to bring in (and continue to develop youth) that are certainly as equipped and possibly better skilled than he

As I said I hope I am wrong - best wishes on recovery Pip!

I hope he isn't finished but if he is then he gets offered some sort of coaching 'role model' kind of role but ultimately I think he will end up at Bury, with the rest/some of his family, in that capacity (if he is finished Uwie forget your fiver you've got more chance of plaiting shit than seeing that off that fucker! Shocked )
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Post  Armchair on September 26th 2009, 11:19

His absence puts a lot of responsibility onto Rodwell's shoulders. Hopefully Heitinga can fill in as a DM as well.
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Post  Made 4 Gwladys on September 26th 2009, 12:15

I agree with a lot of posts in here and wish him well. He took a chance on us and has been key in our recent evolution. I'll be gutted if he is finished but this is a bad injury for a player of advancing age and will he be the same robust tackler after it ?
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Post  Made 4 Gwladys on September 29th 2009, 13:03

It looks like Pip is recovering well ... this article suggests a return around the Manure game date of November 21

http://www.liverpoolecho.co.uk/everton-fc/everton-fc-news/2009/09/29/everton-fc-captain-phil-neville-to-comeback-against-manchester-united-100252-24804119/
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Post  Brummie No Mates on September 29th 2009, 13:06

The Griffin wrote:
UWIST61 wrote:
Brummie No Mates wrote:When he was carried off at Fulham I had a fiver bet with Uwist. The rumour round the stand was that it was a broken leg. Uwist reckoned Pip would never play for us again. My fiver says he will...

In answer to the name of the thread, of course Pip isn't finished, otherwise I'm out a fiver to Uwist! Very Happy

I was about to post similar ... and forgot all about the bet.... but its true... I said at the time it looked like a career injury... and I was gutted for the fella! I am more than willing to cough up to be honest. However the following is what is guiding my judgement...

1. The time off is far lengthier than the average injury.
2. Looking at Baz's advice its clear its at the extreme end of the examples of such injuries
3. His age will now start to count against him
4. We have started to bring in (and continue to develop youth) that are certainly as equipped and possibly better skilled than he

As I said I hope I am wrong - best wishes on recovery Pip!

I hope he isn't finished but if he is then he gets offered some sort of coaching 'role model' kind of role but ultimately I think he will end up at Bury, with the rest/some of his family, in that capacity (if he is finished Uwie forget your fiver you've got more chance of plaiting shit than seeing that off that fucker! Shocked )

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Post  Tonteau on September 29th 2009, 15:26

Course he'll play again.
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Post  blueFire on September 29th 2009, 15:39

He'll play for everton again but not as a first team regular anymore (which may not be a bad thing), hopefully we'll get a few years of reliable flexible back-up from him and then he can go into a coaching role, though maybe someone like bury (etc) will come in for him jan/summer 2011
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Post  Dixie Land on September 29th 2009, 15:45

blueFire wrote:He'll play for everton again but not as a first team regular anymore (which may not be a bad thing), hopefully we'll get a few years of reliable flexible back-up from him and then he can go into a coaching role, though maybe someone like bury (etc) will come in for him jan/summer 2011

He will be back in our first team before the end of the year. He will be a regular player again, rightly or wrongly, Im sure of that.
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Post  Top Balcony Blue on September 29th 2009, 15:51

its getting arteta and jags back to where they were that i'm more worried about...sorry pip (i'm sure he'll be fine anyways)
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Post  SouthernSmugToffee on September 29th 2009, 16:46

Top Balcony Blue wrote:its getting arteta and jags back to where they were that i'm more worried about...sorry pip (i'm sure he'll be fine anyways)

No worries, as Moyes is already grooming captain Rodwell!
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