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Rugby league and its impact on a players body post retirement

Discussion in 'NRL' started by Bring it home Knights, Nov 7, 2011.

  1. God-King Dean

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    Vale Joshie's ankles
     
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    Oh no. Time to ban running in RL.
     
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    They haven't been the same.

    But I once saw Terry Lamb and one of his knees looked like it didn't exist anymore. He didn't look comfortable.

    I remember when everyone got all up in arms over Waterhouse and gambling, but we all sit by and listen to Johns and co talk about "getting an injection". That is the wrong message for players and kids. If you are hurt you should sit down and heal. Not get an injection, it shouldnt be so accepted
     

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