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Player Watch Player Watch: Ryan Sessegnon

McFlash

Without doubt the dumbest & most clueless member.
Oct 19, 2005
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Whatever happens to the lad from here, I hope the club do their best to look after him.
 

McFlash

Without doubt the dumbest & most clueless member.
Oct 19, 2005
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Our club always looks after its people, especially ex players. So I expect we'll look after him better than most would.
Yeah, we do seem pretty good at that, doing things like letting ex players train with us when they're without contracts and stuff, like Rose and Townsend recently.

I'm still hoping to see super Jan back at the club soon, in some capacity or another.
 

cjbyid

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Jan 4, 2009
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I actually feel so sorry for him.

To be that young and missed so much football with injuries is not good
 

superted4

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Dec 29, 2006
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Gutted for him.

another 6 months plus recovery. At least he’s taken the decision swiftly this time, knowing how his other leg has reacted to it. He’ll definitely be with us until January then hopefully can get a good loan somewhere and get going again.
 

Marty

Audere est farce
Mar 10, 2005
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Is six months plus recovery a definite for this kind of thing?

If so he'll have gone near well two years pretty much without football when he's back. Devastating for him and I'll be honest I wonder if he has a future in the game at all. His body doesn't seem to be able to manage it.
 

Marty

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Mar 10, 2005
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Two years since Sess's perhaps best game for us and we've barely seen him since. A travesty
 

robotsonic

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Aug 20, 2013
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Well that's good news in that he can have a proper pre-season and hopefully see the back of all of this shit, the poor sod. 1000% get himself to an alright Championship side and prove himself there as a few have done now.
 

Snarfalicious

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Jul 15, 2012
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Will continue to root for him and hopefully the club is taking a holistic approach when it comes to his recovery. That post by him really says it all, it just has to be so disheartening for him.
 

GutBucket

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May 26, 2013
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After racist abuse in Germany he went on to play great, fearless and was voted player of month for Hoffenheim and it wasn't just as support after the abuse, he had a nice goal and assist. Really thought he would make it then.

Predictably injuries followed his great form and then it was pretty much the same as always, more timid approach and inconsistent performance. Hope he somehow manages to stay healthy and settles somewhere eventually. Maybe becomes but of a late bloomer like some other injury prone players before.
 

murichej

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Jan 27, 2013
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that's just woeful. clearly can't be just luck, he must be doing something wrong. either not warming up properly, or stretching regularly or something. no way that's random.
 
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