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    It's too early to say. Recovery time for elbow fracture is 1-3 weeks depending on severity. Börjesson, the team physician, has said "50/50" that Drog will be fit in time. They will know post operation.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fiódor View Post
    It's too early to say. Recovery time for elbow fracture is 1-3 weeks depending on severity. Börjesson, the team physician, has said "50/50" that Drog will be fit in time. They will know post operation.
    Lol in what world is it 1-3 weeks, it takes 6 weeks for bone to heal M8, and if he broke part of the joint he will have to have surgery and it will be even longer...
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    Quote Originally Posted by diegomessi View Post
    Lol in what world is it 1-3 weeks, it takes 6 weeks for bone to heal M8, and if he broke part of the joint he will have to have surgery and it will be even longer...
    Recover in time to play football, man. Not violin. In 1-3 weeks time he could play with some sort of protection (which has to be approved, obviously). And that was Börjesson's opinion by the way. He might be a quack, but I doubt it.
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