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Are training methods responsible for our injuries?


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Just read a really interesting piece on training methods and injuries on goal.com


Apparently poor training methods are responsible for the amount of injuries we see in the prem. He may well have a point, Arsenal for example are always in the midst of some sort of injury crisis, I've always thought that must be in some way down to their methods and not just bad luck. Can we say the same about our recent injuries?

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don't think so - our club use very scientific methods to study the players and their fitness regime and I believe we have relatively few injuries (its the squad size thats the problem) ........but if you watch the training its at 95% full pelt, cos the manager wants to see the commitment and thats a bit risky but important cos thats how he judges the players readiness for the next game

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