Soccer by Jose

The Beautiful Game

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grand tally of bvb injuries

mats hummels:
misaligned hip and groin, out indefinitely
kuba blaszczykowski:
thigh sprain, out for 4 weeks
ciro immobile:
hip trauma, indefinite separate training
oliver kirch:
muscle tear, out for 5 weeks
nuri sahin:
knee operation, out for 8 weeks
mitch langerak:
muscular problems; reduced exercise
lukasz piszczek:
muscle problems, reduced exercise
dong-wong ji:
torn muslce, out for at least 1 week
ilkay gündogan:
inflamed nerve, out for at least 3 weeks
marco reus:
partial ligament tear, out for 4 weeks
and champions league football hasn't even started yet.

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stamfordbridge:

Former Chelsea goalkeeper Carlo Cudicini has warned Blues fans Petr Cech won’t stay at the club if he can’t regain his place in the side. Cech has watched Chelsea’s first two Premier League victories of the season from the bench, with Belgian stopper Thibaut Courtois taking his place between the sticks.
And being ousted by one of the world’s top young goalkeepers is a feeling Cudicini knows well, with Cech having overthrown the Italian at Stamford Bridge 10 years ago.


Carlo Cudicini : ‘I decided to stay but that doesn’t mean Petr will do the same,’ he told the Evening Standard. Every situation is different. I was the No1 for three years when Petr arrived but I didn’t have the same pedigree Petr has now. He can go anywhere; any team in the world will take him but it was different for me. A goalkeeper of his calibre will try to win the No1 jersey back but if Courtois does his job well and keeps it, then I don’t think that Petr will stay. It might be in January, it might be the end of the year but I don’t see him staying. That’s my idea but I might be wrong.’

stamfordbridge:

Former Chelsea goalkeeper Carlo Cudicini has warned Blues fans Petr Cech won’t stay at the club if he can’t regain his place in the side. Cech has watched Chelsea’s first two Premier League victories of the season from the bench, with Belgian stopper Thibaut Courtois taking his place between the sticks.

And being ousted by one of the world’s top young goalkeepers is a feeling Cudicini knows well, with Cech having overthrown the Italian at Stamford Bridge 10 years ago.

Carlo Cudicini : ‘I decided to stay but that doesn’t mean Petr will do the same,’ he told the Evening Standard. Every situation is different. I was the No1 for three years when Petr arrived but I didn’t have the same pedigree Petr has now. He can go anywhere; any team in the world will take him but it was different for me. A goalkeeper of his calibre will try to win the No1 jersey back but if Courtois does his job well and keeps it, then I don’t think that Petr will stay. It might be in January, it might be the end of the year but I don’t see him staying. That’s my idea but I might be wrong.’