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Post  Blue gazza on Sat 22 May 2010, 1:40 pm

notepad wrote:Having life saving surgery after a tackle in Eire training left him with a lacerated liver????

affraid affraid fucking hell. how scary is that.

wish him all the best and a speedy recovery
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Post  notepad on Sat 22 May 2010, 1:45 pm

Surgeon has said his life is no longer threatened, good news.
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Post  Knight of Thorgothshire on Sat 22 May 2010, 1:45 pm

notepad wrote:Surgeon has said his life is no longer threatened, good news.
Very good news indeed.
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Post  Knight of Thorgothshire on Sat 22 May 2010, 1:47 pm

Toffee Dan wrote:http://www.rte.ie/sport/soccer/2010/0522/duffys.html

Now in Recovery - thankfully.
How scary is that! A total freak accident.
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Post  Brummie No Mates on Sat 22 May 2010, 2:04 pm

Team surgeon Professor John O'Byrne said: "Shane collided with a player in a way that you would see thousands of times in football matches.

"It was a freak injury that in another 100 years of medicine, we may never see again.

"The intensive care staff in the Mater must be credited for their expertise and fast response which in no uncertain terms saved Shane's life.
'kin 'ell! pale
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Post  BB on Sat 22 May 2010, 2:31 pm

That could only happen to an Everton player. Glad he's ok.
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Post  Knight of Thorgothshire on Sat 22 May 2010, 2:34 pm

BB wrote:That could only happen to an Everton player. Glad he's ok.
I'm glad he didn't have one of those freak accidents where he actually died. We have seen some cases the last couple of years where players have died on the pitch. No
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Post  Bryan on Sat 22 May 2010, 4:18 pm

Bad week all round for Boyzone.

Oh wait. Fuck!

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Post  Mr_Ben on Sat 22 May 2010, 4:21 pm

get well soon shane
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Post  mindyerKoelMister? on Sat 22 May 2010, 5:07 pm

BB wrote:That could only happen to an Everton player. Glad he's ok.

my reaction too. Some researcher will find a link between all these 1-in-a-million-chance accidents, infections, post-op complications our blokes get.

not sure whether it will be a medical researcher or a witchcraft expert.
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Post  WellOilBeefHooked on Sat 22 May 2010, 5:44 pm

Freak accident but FFS !!!!

Hope he makes a full and speedy recovery - all the best lad !!
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Post  Super on Mon 24 May 2010, 10:15 am

EVERTON will give Shane Duffy every assistance he needs as he begins the slow process of recovering from a life-saving operation.

Duffy, who was named the Blues’ Reserves Player of the Season, lost two-thirds of his blood supply after rupturing his hepatic artery during a training game between the Republic of Ireland and an amateur team at Gannon Park on Friday evening.

After being attended to on the pitch by team surgeon Professor John O’Byrne and team doctor Alan Byrne, he was rushed to nearby Mater Hospital in Dublin where surgeon Gerry McEntee performed an emergency operation.

Everton officials are keeping in constant contact with the Football Association of Ireland and they received some welcome news last night when they were informed he had been moved from intensive care to the high-dependency unit.

Duffy, 18, made his Everton debut in a Europa League group game against AEK Athens last December and also went on to start against BATE Borisov later that month.

A spokeswoman for the FAI said Duffy was “making good progress” but Professor O’Byrne revealed the severity of the trauma.

“Shane collided with a player in a way that you would see thousands of times in football matches,” he said.

“It was a freak injury that in another 100 years of medicine, we may never see again.

“Shane sustained a laceration to his liver and was rushed to hospital for emergency surgery. Gerry McEntee and the intensive care staff in the Mater must be credited for their expertise and fast response which in no uncertain terms saved Shane’s life.”

Duffy had been included in Irish manager Giovanni Trapattoni’s senior squad, solely for training purposes, ahead of next week’s friendly clashes against Paraguay and Algeria.

Trapattoni offered his thanks to Prof McEntee and his specialised crash team as well as the national side’s medical staff.

Trapattoni said: “I would like to thank Dr Alan Byrne and Prof John O’Byrne for their quick reaction to Shane’s serious injury.

“As time was critical, had they not acted as they did, Shane’s life could have been in more danger.

“On behalf of the FAI, I would also like to praise Prof Gerry McEntee for conducting the emergency operation and ensuring that Shane was given the best possible attention. Shane is very lucky.”

Meanwhile, Leighton Baines has a chance of winning his second England cap in tonight’s friendly against Mexico at Wembley; the left-back should be given some time on the pitch as Fabio Capello assesses his options for the World Cup.

Jack Rodwell is set to sign his new contract today.

As revealed in Saturday’s Echo, the midfielder has told manager David Moyes he was ready to sign a new five-year deal and the formalities are expected to be completed today.
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Post  Valentino Blue on Mon 24 May 2010, 10:41 am

fuckin ell, what is it with this sort of shit and our players. last season Seamus almost lost his foot due to some rare condition, Big Vic's career would have been over had he not had legs like trees, Hibbo lost half a season with some rare tropical illness a few season back.

hope he recovers well, also hope he can keep his head together as that sort of thing would scare the shit out of me to be honest and put me off playing
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Post  Da Judge on Mon 24 May 2010, 10:43 am

Valentino Blue wrote:fuckin ell, what is it with this sort of shit and our players. last season Seamus almost lost his foot due to some rare condition, Big Vic's career would have been over had he not had legs like trees, Hibbo lost half a season with some rare tropical illness a few season back.

hope he recovers well, also hope he can keep his head together as that sort of thing would scare the shit out of me to be honest and put me off playing

You've forgotten that James Vaughan nearly lost his foot when an artery was severed...
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Post  Tonteau on Mon 24 May 2010, 10:54 am

UWIST61 wrote:
Valentino Blue wrote:fuckin ell, what is it with this sort of shit and our players. last season Seamus almost lost his foot due to some rare condition, Big Vic's career would have been over had he not had legs like trees, Hibbo lost half a season with some rare tropical illness a few season back.

hope he recovers well, also hope he can keep his head together as that sort of thing would scare the shit out of me to be honest and put me off playing

You've forgotten that James Vaughan nearly lost his foot when an artery was severed...

To be fair, I don't think Vaughan was ever in danger of losing his foot. Seamus Coleman on the other had some bone infection in his ankle which could quite easily have ended his career.
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Post  KoelJagz on Mon 24 May 2010, 10:59 am

Duffy dumped Northern Ireland for Republic officially last week. Maybe Paisley had something to do with it?

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Post  Super on Mon 24 May 2010, 4:18 pm

Giovanni Trapattoni believes Everton defender Shane Duffy could be back playing within three or four months.

The 18-year-old survived a life-threatening injury after a freak accident during a training match on Friday evening.

Duffy suffered a laceration to his liver after colliding with the opposition goalkeeper when playing for the Republic against an Irish amateur team.

Trapattoni has confirmed the youngster is now conscious and he has been informed by doctors that he can play in three or four months' time.

"I have just spoken with our doctors and he is conscious," explained Trapattoni.

"We are optimistic and all the doctors are optimistic. They think in about three or four months, he can play.

"But it is important he is fit, he is conscious and he is not in danger as he was in the first two days."
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Post  Lumper on Mon 24 May 2010, 6:41 pm

Tonteau wrote:
UWIST61 wrote:
Valentino Blue wrote:fuckin ell, what is it with this sort of shit and our players. last season Seamus almost lost his foot due to some rare condition, Big Vic's career would have been over had he not had legs like trees, Hibbo lost half a season with some rare tropical illness a few season back.

hope he recovers well, also hope he can keep his head together as that sort of thing would scare the shit out of me to be honest and put me off playing

You've forgotten that James Vaughan nearly lost his foot when an artery was severed...

To be fair, I don't think Vaughan was ever in danger of losing his foot. Seamus Coleman on the other had some bone infection in his ankle which could quite easily have ended his career.

Didn't Fella have some virus as well last summer. Said he'd lost a lot of weight because of it and it really effected his performances at the start of the season.
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Post  Knight of Thorgothshire on Mon 24 May 2010, 7:21 pm

TheRealNevilleforEngland wrote:
Tonteau wrote:
UWIST61 wrote:
Valentino Blue wrote:fuckin ell, what is it with this sort of shit and our players. last season Seamus almost lost his foot due to some rare condition, Big Vic's career would have been over had he not had legs like trees, Hibbo lost half a season with some rare tropical illness a few season back.

hope he recovers well, also hope he can keep his head together as that sort of thing would scare the shit out of me to be honest and put me off playing

You've forgotten that James Vaughan nearly lost his foot when an artery was severed...

To be fair, I don't think Vaughan was ever in danger of losing his foot. Seamus Coleman on the other had some bone infection in his ankle which could quite easily have ended his career.

Didn't Fella have some virus as well last summer. Said he'd lost a lot of weight because of it and it really effected his performances at the start of the season.
Yep. Moyes even said that Fellaini had no weight to lose. Laughing
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Post  Super on Fri 28 May 2010, 8:42 am

Republic of Ireland skipper Robbie Keane says Shane Duffy is already looking forward to playing again.

Duffy was seconds from death after a collision in training last week saw him lose dangerous amounts of blood.

Emergency surgery was required but the Everton man's condition has improved steadily since then and he could be discharged from hospital on Friday.

Keane visited Duffy in hospital and reported that he was in positive mood.

"He was very upbeat," said the Tottenham striker.

"The lads went in last week and said he wasn't obviously looking very well, but I went in yesterday and he was fine, he had a colour in his face.

"Obviously, he is still in a little bit of pain, but his family was there and it was certainly nice to see him. He is a very nice lad."

Everton's medical team are monitoring Duffy's progress and the defender could be on course to resume training in three months.

"Considering what happened to him, he is very upbeat and he is already looking forward to getting back playing," revealed Keane.

"His family was there as well and they are a lovely, lovely family. It was only right as captain to go in and see him.

"Myself, the manager (Givoanni Trapattoni), Marco (Tardelli) and Fausto (Rossi, fitness coach) went in also, and it was good to see him. He is looking well and he is a very, very lucky boy."
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Post  mindyerKoelMister? on Fri 28 May 2010, 12:00 pm

Super wrote:
Republic of Ireland skipper Robbie Keane says Shane Duffy is already looking forward to playing again.

Duffy was seconds from death after a collision in training last week saw him lose dangerous amounts of blood.

Emergency surgery was required but the Everton man's condition has improved steadily since then and he could be discharged from hospital on Friday.

Keane visited Duffy in hospital and reported that he was in positive mood.

"He was very upbeat," said the Tottenham striker.

"The lads went in last week and said he wasn't obviously looking very well, but I went in yesterday and he was fine, he had a colour in his face.

"Obviously, he is still in a little bit of pain, but his family was there and it was certainly nice to see him. He is a very nice lad."

Everton's medical team are monitoring Duffy's progress and the defender could be on course to resume training in three months.

"Considering what happened to him, he is very upbeat and he is already looking forward to getting back playing," revealed Keane.

"His family was there as well and they are a lovely, lovely family. It was only right as captain to go in and see him.

"Myself, the manager (Givoanni Trapattoni), Marco (Tardelli) and Fausto (Rossi, fitness coach) went in also, and it was good to see him. He is looking well and he is a very, very lucky boy."

nice of him to go in to visit a junior team mate with whom he has no club affiliation. Maybe Keane isn't a twat after all
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Post  Knight of Thorgothshire on Fri 28 May 2010, 1:56 pm

And he's rumoured to be pretty inexpensive in the transfer window as well... We have been after him in the past.
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Post  TD's Powder of Sympathy on Sun 08 Aug 2010, 7:07 pm

Starts tonight for Reserve XI in Sligo. Smile

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