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Jesse Injury

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Has there been anything said about this?

I actually think he's a really big miss tbh. Him and Dales on each flank gives you two players with a lot of pace and a high work rate, not nice players to defend against for 90 minutes.

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9 minutes ago, CW 90+3 02/05/16 said:

He could barely walk when going up the tunnel a good few minutes after coming off.

Hopefully just a knock. Also thought he was playing well on Saturday before it.

Appeared to pull up himself with nobody around him, which is always a worry.

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Hamstring.

Ref: JM post match interview.

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It happened when he stretched to try and reach a ball out on the wing, collapsed straight after. Thought it looked like a hamstring at the time

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He put an early burst of speed in to try to get the ball.Made me wonder if he was properly warmed up.

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3 hours ago, Dfcman said:

He put an early burst of speed in to try to get the ball.Made me wonder if he was properly warmed up.

That was my first thought as well.

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8 hours ago, Dfcman said:

He put an early burst of speed in to try to get the ball.Made me wonder if he was properly warmed up.

Any number of reasons a hamstring can go not just failure to warm up properly but it did raise the question in my mind.

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