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Chester FC hit by Injury Blow

Postby Pete Rothwell » Wed Jul 27, 2011 12:17 pm

http://www.chesterchronicle.co.uk/chester-fc/chester-fc-news/2011/07/27/chester-fc-michael-wilde-sidelined-with-fractured-collarbone-59067-29127237/

Chester FC: Michael Wilde sidelined with fractured collarbone

The injury Michael Wilde suffered in Chester FC’s defeat to Southport has been diagnosed as a fractured collarbone.

The 27-year-old was taken to hospital last night for X-rays after falling awkwardly during the first half of his side’s 3-0 pre-season friendly loss to the Sandgrounders.

Wilde, Chester’s leading goalscorer last season, is now waiting to see a shoulder specialist to find out how long he will be sidelined for.

He told The Chronicle this morning: “It would be a stab in the dark if I was to guess when I’ll be back.”

Absolutely gutted for the lad and everyone who's associated with Chester Fc - I'm sure that everyone from Chorley FC sends you their commiserations and wish you a speedy recovery....

Keep your chin up Wildey!!
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Re: Chester FC hit by Injury Blow

Postby Paul Speak » Thu Jul 28, 2011 6:09 am

"Pete Rothwell"

Absolutely gutted for the lad (Michael Wilde) and everyone who's associated with Chester FC - I'm sure that everyone from
Chorley FC sends you their commiserations and wish you a speedy recovery .... Keep your chin up Wildey
!!

Really, Or am i missing a high level of irony here ? :?
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Re: Chester FC hit by Injury Blow

Postby Pete Rothwell » Thu Jul 28, 2011 8:24 am

Paul Speak wrote:
Really, Or am i missing a high level of irony here ? :?


What do you think? :wink:
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Postby exile » Thu Jul 28, 2011 8:38 am

It's not that bad an injury, 2 or 3 months max
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Postby Paul Speak » Thu Jul 28, 2011 9:59 am

LOL :P ... Relieved to hear that Pete !

I was thinking maybe the 2 CFC's had officially agreed on a 'rebuilding of bridges' policy !
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Postby Ed » Thu Jul 28, 2011 10:58 am

It's bad when any player, from any team gets injured. Don't forget that we have two of our three main strikers injured at the moment. Wouldn't you prefer Chorley to take on Chester with Wilde in their side and we have Cunliffe and Denham. It's like saying you want to play Man Utd so long as Giggs, Rooney, etc are injured.

And yes it is about time that the 99% of Chorley fans and their counterparts at Chester rebuilt the bridges knocked down by those idiots. Chorley is a friendly club, always has been. Typical non-league spirit. Let's keep it that way.

As a result of the Chester game, from Guardian reports, it looks like the police will get involved in the FC United game as well even though there's never been any trouble with FC United in the past. Games in front of large crowds should be celebrations, just like the Fylde and Curzon playoffs. We've waited long enough for large crowds to come back, so let's not spoil it.
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Postby metz » Thu Jul 28, 2011 12:20 pm

Ed wrote:It's bad when any player, from any team gets injured. Don't forget that we have two of our three main strikers injured at the moment. Wouldn't you prefer Chorley to take on Chester with Wilde in their side and we have Cunliffe and Denham. It's like saying you want to play Man Utd so long as Giggs, Rooney, etc are injured.

And yes it is about time that the 99% of Chorley fans and their counterparts at Chester rebuilt the bridges knocked down by those idiots. Chorley is a friendly club, always has been. Typical non-league spirit. Let's keep it that way.

As a result of the Chester game, from Guardian reports, it looks like the police will get involved in the FC United game as well even though there's never been any trouble with FC United in the past. Games in front of large crowds should be celebrations, just like the Fylde and Curzon playoffs. We've waited long enough for large crowds to come back, so let's not spoil it


Couldn't agree more Ed!

We had close to 3000 supporters at VP at the play off final against Fylde with not a hint of trouble. In fact the police praised both sets of fans for the atmosphere inside the ground.

Violence has no place in sport, and definitely at this level of football. Victory Park should be seen a welcoming and safe environment no matter if you are a Chester or FCUM fan or one of the smaller supported sides in the league.
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