Leroy Sane - ACL injury - Recovery in Manchester P1202

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  1. peace frog

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    best friend of rabin :)
    amazing how some people think init
     
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  2. franksinatra

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    Would be great if he stayed, but from reports in the summer it suggested he was open to a move. Sadly City's bargaining position become weaker the closer he gets to the end of his contract and so it feels inevitable. Be a hard pill to swallow after being out injured for the vast majority, if not all,of the season. If he does go his electric wing play will be sorely missed.
     
  3. bigstanhibbert

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    Would have thought we would have insurance on players, so insurance company cover the surgery and rehablitation costs etc, who then offer alternatives to who,where,when surgery takes place.
     
  4. NMB

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    Although the emojis have blue sleeves!!
     
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  5. Gordyola

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    He’s thanking everyone for the good wishes He’s a German native speaker if he was just thanking BM fans would it be written in English?
     
  6. qatar blue

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    Perhaps I’m being sceptical, time will tell
     
  7. Chippy_boy

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    Quite so.

    But moreover, a formal statement that you're not planning on leaving, is hardly a great contract renegotiation strategy, is it.
     
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  8. Plain Speaking

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    Not so sure? Smaller clubs are more likely.
    There may be some accounting benefit?

    Generally I thought if you had enough money you don't need insurance because the premiums would be priced so high it would be more cost efficient to take the risk yourself.

    Governments don't insure ;-)
     
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  9. Keeper!

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    He's gone and I predict most of his rehab will not be in Manchester.
     
  10. Uncle Wally One Ball

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    Like all of our other more serious injury rehabs you mean?
     

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