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I love the fact that José purposefully paired KDB with Lampard for training. No doubt to learn as much from the master as he can! :D

(and to keep Lamps on his toes!)

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Is that wound on Lampard's eyebrows from their collision while training in Bangkok? :lol:

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Well when he gets healed I think we can rest assured that he will be vital for the team.

But depending how long he will be out cause he will need to get back into his game.

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Mourinho says there's nothing serious about the injury. No ligament damage done and he'll stay on tour.

He goes on to say he'll be a really key player on the pitch this season.

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Mourinho says there's nothing serious about the injury. No ligament damage done and he'll stay on tour.

He goes on to say he'll be a really key player on the pitch this season.

Realy?!?!

Was worried for some hours but thats great news!

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Great, it's just the meniscus apparently.

It shouldn't be a great problem. Perhaps just removing a bit of cartilage in his knee I think.

I hope it will not affect his knees during the season. If I remember, last year he had fluid in his left knee after overworking.

Maybe working more with the physio as he has an habit of picking injuries after bad landing. In Belgium, he had already an injury after an akward landing like today.

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Great, it's just the meniscus apparently.

It shouldn't be a great problem. Perhaps just removing a bit of cartilage in his knee I think.

I hope it will not affect his knees during the season. If I remember, last year he had fluid in his left knee after overworking.

Maybe working more with the physio as he has an habit of picking injuries after bad landing. In Belgium, he had already an injury after an akward landing like today.

Saying it is 'just the meniscus' can be slightly misleading, since a tear in the meniscus will often necessitate an (arthroscopic) operation. What JM said though was that even it was a meniscal injury it appears to only be a small one,

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Saying it is 'just the meniscus' can be slightly misleading, since a tear in the meniscus will often necessitate an (arthroscopic) operation. What JM said though was that even it was a meniscal injury it appears to only be a small one,

Yes, but it's a minor surgery.

One week rest, one week of working with the physios and it should be ok.

And if it's even less serious, the better.

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