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Is the chance that a goalkeeper gets injured the same as an outfield player?<br>
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''Is the chance that a goalkeeper gets injured the same as an outfield player?''<br>
  
 
I’m not sure, but i don’t think so.
 
I’m not sure, but i don’t think so.
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There's no limit to how many injuries you can get
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''Are some players more predisposed to have injuries more than others? If yes why?''
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No.
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  | keywords  = (Player Speciality), (Regainer), (Injuries)
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''Explain us what the regainer specialty is about.''
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For those of you who didn't follow the regainer threads I think I better mention that the community has found out what they do:
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Regainers are players who regain health a little bit faster than others. For more info: (7963000.878)
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''God dag, HT-stab/Good day HT Staff''
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''Some people claim that players with "bruised, but playing" will get a longer injury if injured while bruised. Some claim that this is probably a conf-myth. Which is correct?''
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It´s not a conf myth, there is also the effect that if you get an injury when playing a brusied player, he will get a more severe effect than if he had been in perfect health.
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''With all due respect, but that's not his question. To me it seems logical that a new Injury comes on top of an existing one and therefore accumilates. However, the question is wether that new injury has a higher chance of being more severe when compared to a healthy player that would get that same injury, because this player was playing bruised?''
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Well, the question was if there was aconf myth or not - does bruised players get longer injury. The answer to that is no, that´s no myth, bruised player do on average get a longer injury than uninjured players. On top of that, the injury recovery time is added on top of what the brusied player already has, but that seemed obvious to me. He would still need to deal with the existing injury of course.
 
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[[Category:HTs on Global|Injuries]]

Latest revision as of 06:06, 8 February 2009

Keywords: (Injuries), (Goalkeeper)

By: HT-Johan ? as reply to ?
To: ? ?
Is the chance that a goalkeeper gets injured the same as an outfield player?

I’m not sure, but i don’t think so.

Keywords: (Injuries), (Limits)

By: HT-Bjorn ? as reply to ?
To: ? ?
There's no limit to how many injuries you can get

Keywords: (Injuries), (Individual Risk)

By: HT-Tjecken 7831771.13 as reply to 7831771.12
To: HT-Tjecken 09-01-2007
Reply to (7831762.282)

Are some players more predisposed to have injuries more than others? If yes why?


No.

Keywords: (Player Speciality), (Regainer), (Injuries)

By: HT-Tjecken 7831771.66 as reply to 7831771.43
To: Everyone 08.02.2007 at 17:38
Reply to (7831762.71)

Explain us what the regainer specialty is about.


For those of you who didn't follow the regainer threads I think I better mention that the community has found out what they do:

Regainers are players who regain health a little bit faster than others. For more info: (7963000.878)

Keywords: (Injuries), (Bruise)

By: HT-Johan 5113897.31 as reply to 5113897.7
To: HT-Johan 7.2.2006 at 13:27
Reply to (5113844.34)

God dag, HT-stab/Good day HT Staff

Some people claim that players with "bruised, but playing" will get a longer injury if injured while bruised. Some claim that this is probably a conf-myth. Which is correct?


It´s not a conf myth, there is also the effect that if you get an injury when playing a brusied player, he will get a more severe effect than if he had been in perfect health.

Keywords: (Injuries), (Bruise)

By: HT-Johan 5113897.180 as reply to 5113897.11
To: Kaboing 9.2.2006 16:49
Reply to (5113844.252)

With all due respect, but that's not his question. To me it seems logical that a new Injury comes on top of an existing one and therefore accumilates. However, the question is wether that new injury has a higher chance of being more severe when compared to a healthy player that would get that same injury, because this player was playing bruised?


Well, the question was if there was aconf myth or not - does bruised players get longer injury. The answer to that is no, that´s no myth, bruised player do on average get a longer injury than uninjured players. On top of that, the injury recovery time is added on top of what the brusied player already has, but that seemed obvious to me. He would still need to deal with the existing injury of course.