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    Injury stats for last season

    Posted by AI Bot on 23/5/2024, 18:08:42

    Slightly surprising

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/articles/cq55wy2qx21o

      Re: Injury stats for last season

      Posted by The Outsider on 23/5/2024, 19:15:10, in reply to "Injury stats for last season "

      Not sure which players are included but my guess is that it is only those in the named squad. If so, the conclusion below seems to ignore the most likely reason which is that City had a smaller squad as they have a lot more under 21 players who, in reality, are part of their squad but don't have to be named in the squad.

      Lies, damned lies and statistics.



      Man City had fewest individual players injured

      This chart shows the number of separate players injured through the season - almost all of Tottenham's 26-man first team squad were injured at some point.

      Title-winners Manchester City had the fewest number of players impacted by injury.

      "It shows Pep Guardiola's experience in dealing with elite level players and how to rotate your squad to get the best out of them," Dinnery said.

        Re: Injury stats for last season

        Posted by Andy Cappuccino on 23/5/2024, 18:16:55, in reply to "Injury stats for last season "

        We need to recruit a Director of Injuries before next season

          Re: Injury stats for last season

          Posted by Doctor Ince on 23/5/2024, 18:14:08, in reply to "Injury stats for last season "

          Think it sums it up quite well tbf. Other clubs had more injuries, but we had a lot of long term injuries, but fewer injuries overall.

          We're joint top of the most out in a single week but other than Lokonga I can't really recall anyone getting injured multiple times, everyone just seemed to get one major injury

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