Holts injury update

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Holts injury update

Post by josie andrews » Wed May 29, 2019 1:33 pm

Get the latest news on the Wigan Warriors squad with the Holts injury update.

Following the Dacia Magic Weekend defeat to Warrington, Adrian Lam explained that he hoped to have a full fit and healthy squad to choose form (excluding long-term injuries Davies and Manfredi) to pick from by the time they travel to face Hull KR on the 9th June.

He said, “We’ve got a feeling that everyone will be eligible for selection which will be the first time this year bar Joe Greenwood, depending what his injury is like.”

Liam Farrell
Following a lengthy lay off with a pectoral tear (sustained back in February vs Sydney Roosters), second-row Liam Farrell was back in full first team training today.

Long-term injuries:

Tom Davies (ankle)

Dom Manfredi (knee)


https://www.wiganwarriors.com/news/2019 ... AqkHzxV.99
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Re: Holts injury update

Post by markill » Wed May 29, 2019 1:42 pm

I saw Liam Farrell at Magic Weekend and he said he'll be back for Hull KR.
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Re: Holts injury update

Post by Firestarter » Wed May 29, 2019 2:44 pm

Ive been told manfredi is recovering well and might even make this season yet
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Re: Holts injury update

Post by Barney841 » Wed May 29, 2019 6:32 pm

Firestarter wrote:
Wed May 29, 2019 2:44 pm
Ive been told manfredi is recovering well and might even make this season yet
Hope so.
Think Wigan will have to consider his position if he gets another bad injury.
Bet he’s had 3 years on the sidelines, which isn’t good.
It’s such a shame. If he hadn’t had such bad injuries I think he would of been a superstar and would have had regular place in the England lineup.
And probably gone to Nrl 😤

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Post by josie andrews » Wed May 29, 2019 11:10 pm

Dom is doing well & in his words "back in with the lads". 😊
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Re: Holts injury update

Post by Caboosegg » Thu May 30, 2019 8:55 am

Barney841 wrote:
Wed May 29, 2019 6:32 pm
Firestarter wrote:
Wed May 29, 2019 2:44 pm
Ive been told manfredi is recovering well and might even make this season yet
Hope so.
Think Wigan will have to consider his position if he gets another bad injury.
Bet he’s had 3 years on the sidelines, which isn’t good.
It’s such a shame. If he hadn’t had such bad injuries I think he would of been a superstar and would have had regular place in the England lineup.
And probably gone to Nrl 😤
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Re: Holts injury update

Post by pedro » Thu May 30, 2019 9:00 am

nothing about Greenwood?
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Re: Holts injury update

Post by josie andrews » Thu May 30, 2019 9:54 am

Injury update on Wigan Warriors' Joe Greenwood... and it's good news

Joe Greenwood has avoided a long injury lay-off.

The England forward was taken to hospital after Saturday’s Magic Weekend loss to Warrington with suspected broken ribs.

With this weekend off because of the Challenge Cup, Lam will check on him early next week – but has not ruled him out of their next match, at Hull KR on Sunday week.

Greenwood suffered the injury during the first-half of Saturday’s game at Anfield, which Wigan lost 26-14.

It was the second successive game that the 26-year-old had retired early from a match – he suffered a knee injury in the defeat to Catalans at the Nou Camp.

Greenwood’s likely availability will strengthen Lam’s options as he begins to consider his squad for the trip to face the Robins.

Sam Powell (head) and Thomas Leuluai (shoulder) are expected to come back into the frame.

And Liam Marshall (shoulder) may also be back fit, meaning Lam’s only front-line absentees would be wingers Dom Manfredi and Tom Davies – out for the season. He also lost Gabe Hamlin to suspension as he waits for UKAD to complete its case against him.

Wigan were due to train again today but will then have a long weekend off to rest and recover before reporting back on Monday to begin preparations for their next match.

https://www.wigantoday.net/sport/injury ... -1-9795249
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Re: Holts injury update

Post by Exiled Wiganer » Thu May 30, 2019 10:30 am

Great to hear that Dom is on the way back. What a man.
If I read that article correctly, the team are having a holiday, with one training session this week. Is this because the coach believes they are so fit and well drilled they have earned a break? How bad does it need to get before they pull their fingers out. I can’t wait for these next 3 games to be over so we can move on with a new coach.

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Re: Holts injury update

Post by Firestarter » Thu May 30, 2019 10:50 am

josie andrews wrote:
Thu May 30, 2019 9:54 am
Injury update on Wigan Warriors' Joe Greenwood... and it's good news

Joe Greenwood has avoided a long injury lay-off.

The England forward was taken to hospital after Saturday’s Magic Weekend loss to Warrington with suspected broken ribs.

With this weekend off because of the Challenge Cup, Lam will check on him early next week – but has not ruled him out of their next match, at Hull KR on Sunday week.

Greenwood suffered the injury during the first-half of Saturday’s game at Anfield, which Wigan lost 26-14.

It was the second successive game that the 26-year-old had retired early from a match – he suffered a knee injury in the defeat to Catalans at the Nou Camp.

Greenwood’s likely availability will strengthen Lam’s options as he begins to consider his squad for the trip to face the Robins.

Sam Powell (head) and Thomas Leuluai (shoulder) are expected to come back into the frame.

And Liam Marshall (shoulder) may also be back fit, meaning Lam’s only front-line absentees would be wingers Dom Manfredi and Tom Davies – out for the season. He also lost Gabe Hamlin to suspension as he waits for UKAD to complete its case against him.

Wigan were due to train again today but will then have a long weekend off to rest and recover before reporting back on Monday to begin preparations for their next match.

https://www.wigantoday.net/sport/injury ... -1-9795249
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