Hazard International "injury"

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Hazard International "injury"

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http://metro.co.uk/2016/11/09/chelsea-f ... ch-6247579/


He was on the receiving end of a big tackle in the Dutch game. He played full 90 but was hobbling at the end....

Anyone with substantial updates please post below

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Latest update is that a couple of fantasy football managers got panicked over a non story in the Metro. ;)

(I hope) :lol:

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Big news - Hazard was tackled hard!

Remind me, who was the most fouled player in the PL two seasons ago, always seemed to last the pace and be fit for the next match, and was Player of the Year by a mile?

(If only Mkhitaryan could wangle a move away from Mourinho to Conte then Chelsea would be unbeatable)

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Hazard is one of the toughest players in the league. Consistently one of the most fouled players in Europe's 5 top leagues. Gets kicked all over the pitch, almost always keeps going.

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It's almost as if people have already bought him for a -4/8/12 :lol:

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Yeah I'm assuming he's fit for the 20th until proven otherwise. This is just a placeholder for new info, and to perhaps give pause to managers thinking of bringing him in who are yet to do so.

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The Toon Man wrote:It's almost as if people have already bought him for a -4/8/12 :lol:
Some of us are fortunate enough to have had him since the start of his good run. :lol:

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I call gonads

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Bring Sanchez back in !!!!

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Hazard captaining the Belgium side tonight.

Just the one goal so far...

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He's gone off injured after 73 mins.

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Of course. Did I really think I going to make it all the way through the latest edition of International Carnage Week unscathed!? :(

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It's okay it is just a knock on his calf. Martinez apparently said he's not injured.

https://twitter.com/HLNinEngeland/statu ... 1567491072

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Is it just me or are FPL a bit trigger-happy with their flags these days?

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Aldershot Rejects wrote:Is it just me or are FPL a bit trigger-happy with their flags these days?
Definitely. Like Lovren missing the last match through illness and he's instantly flagged. Do they think he'll still be ill 2 weeks down the line for the next game?

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Aldershot Rejects wrote:Is it just me or are FPL a bit trigger-happy with their flags these days?
Most of the active players of FPL are afflicted with the belief that doing something - and preferably sooner rather than later - is far better than exhibiting a degree of patience, Ville being a shining example of those who do not suffer from this problem - and look where it has got him!

So it is not surprising that FPL Towers is happy to provide scaremongering clickbait to foster precipitously pre-emptive action by the hordes of knee-jerkers who need only the smallest of provocations to go rushing to the website, generating the increased usage statistics which are the underlying rationale for a "free" service.

By the way, have you heard of the latest anti-ad software, Ad Nauseam? It hides the ads while clicking all of them in the background, thereby improving user experience while appearing to satisfy the advertisers' desires for lots of clickthrough. Win-win, eh?

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Aldershot Rejects wrote:Is it just me or are FPL a bit trigger-happy with their flags these days?
And then they won't completely flag obvious ones, like Walcott vs Sunderland the the week.

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One thing is to alert possible buyers with 75% warning if there is something.
Gather more relevant info within the FPL main site.

The downside with the trigger happy flagging is the NTI reset once most of these flags clear after their next game

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ZeroRemorse wrote:
Aldershot Rejects wrote:Is it just me or are FPL a bit trigger-happy with their flags these days?
And then they won't completely flag obvious ones, like Walcott vs Sunderland the the week.
That was an odd one because first Wenger said he was sick the week of the game, then when he was eventually flagged it was with a hamstring problem.

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I doubt he is out tbh...

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Hazard will be fine. Costa is more concerning though.

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