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Currently in Barcelona being treated by Dr. Jose Manuel Sanchez, hopefully get him sorted 

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What’s the score with his injuries, are they different ones each time or is the same reoccurring one?

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No idea

 

obviously suffers with his knees but latest one looked like an impact injury so hopefully it wasn’t his knee again

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Also let’s wait for all the ‘he’s not in England and wants to leave’ talks

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Why isnt he in England sorting it out on NHS!!!!

Think he could be off to a Spanish club..uto ftb..

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That's it... he's leaving. He's obviously going to join Barca.

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Isn’t that the same place Fernando went to?

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The doctor specialises in non-invasive ultrasound treatment for soft tissue and tendon injuries and treated players like Owen Hargreaves, Deydrick Boyata and Mikel Arteta. My guess would be Hutch is having some treatment for his knee tendonitis. Only a best guess though.

 

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I get fed up with people calling our players crocks... but it's hard to argue now.

 

I wish the best for the lad..but FFS.

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Hutch has gone to Barca, some CEO we’ve got now. No worries about FFP :CEO:

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some joke about it being an honour to receive Sam Hutch in the (b)arca 

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Hope to see play centre back again next season.

 

We need to address the lack of bite in central midfield still, but you'd think centre back will be easier on Hutchinson's legs and we ought to get more games out of him - not to mention the fact that he's also fantastic in that position.

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Apparently he’s been shouting ‘I’m fit to play now’ at passing tourists.

 

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Not exactly encouraging to hear Hutchinson's injury treatment being compared with that of players like Owen Hargreaves, the poor bloke played about 30 games in his last 8 years as a pro :duntmatter:

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Isn't this the same guy who hasn't healed Hooper. I seem to remember Shearer going to a specialist in German when he had all of his knee issues. Don't know if this guy still exists but did a great job on Shearer.

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This guy can apparently work miracles if he cures Hutch, whats the chances we send him Abdi. That would hamper his success rate.

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3 minutes ago, Quist said:

This guy can apparently work miracles if he cures Hutch, whats the chances we send him Abdi. That would hamper his success rate.

If he fixes Abdi could we send him Terry Curran next time?

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Wish he'd stop telling people negative news. Suppose less likely to see owls fans while in Spain. 

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1 minute ago, meggoisgod said:

If he fixes Abdi could we send him Terry Curran next time?

 

If he fixes Abdi I am on plane myself.

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