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Discussion in 'Bluemoon forum' started by ayrshire_blue, 13 Feb 2017.
No chance of him playing tomorrow so if he's not back from his op for 2 days.
#PEP: @gabrieljesus33’s operation was really good. It’s important he has a good recovery. He will have all our support.
#PEP: I don’t know if @gabrieljesus33 will play again this season. They say (he could be out for) two or three months
For all the pseudo-doctors out there, he has a fracture to the base of the 5th Metatarsal (a fracture is the same as a break). It's an inversion injury- foot rolls in, which is why people often think it's a sprained ankle. It isn't a stress fracture. Hopefully that's cleared up now.
As I said in a previous post, if it were you or I, we would be stuck in a boot for 6 weeks, but we are talking about Jesus (the second coming). He is an elite athlete and they have screwed it to make sure it heals properly. 5th Metatarsal fractures are renowned for non-union ie not knitting, He will NOT be back before the end of the season..unless we reach the CL final and he might come on as a sub. Stop praying cos it ain't gonna work. We gonna have to make do with Sergio I'm afraid.
And before you give me any shit, I do know what I am talking about.
If you are interested;
Have you seen his notes or xrays ?
Don't need to mate, it's a classic presentation. No challenge- rolled ankle- fracture. If it were another metatarsal or shaft fracture there's no way they would operate. The only reason they have is because these fractures often don't knit. They can't take the chance that an expensive asset sits on his arse waiting for his bone to mend.
You wasted a dozen posts on sergio and admitted you got it wrong so i'll pass
If you read my post from yesterday, you will find that I got this one right. Can't win em all.
5th metatarsal is that the big toe or pinky