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Bolton Wanderers can confirm that Joe Bunney has been involved in a road traffic accident.

The defender received medical attention for broken ribs and a broken collarbone and is being supported by the club’s medical staff.

He will remain in hospital for the next 48 hours as a precautionary measure.

Everybody at Bolton Wanderers wishes Joe a quick recovery.

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How many left backs now at our club have gone on to be injured for fucking ages, our luck is horrific. Wish him all the best in recovery. 

Edited by Okocha10

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Bloody hell! Loan window shut, just our luck, just hope we can get a freebie in sharpish.

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Thankfully he’s ok, but Jesus our club is cursed 

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On his own at 4am. Police want witnesses.

Must have fallen asleep.

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We don't have much luck with left backs, do we 

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27 minutes ago, HomerJay said:

Must have fallen asleep.

Hope that's all it was.

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29 minutes ago, HomerJay said:

On his own at 4am. Police want witnesses.

Must have fallen asleep.

Always thought Bunnies could see in the dark.

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4 minutes ago, Traf said:

Hope that's all it was.

Do you need witnesses if OTL?

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Was j loyd Samuel a left back?

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5 minutes ago, gonzo said:

Was j loyd Samuel a left back?

Apparently

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39 minutes ago, RONNIE PHILLIPS said:

Heard hes out until March/April... Will be the Easter Bunny then. 

For broken ribs and broken collarbone? Sounds a bit unlikely to me. Usually about 8 weeks. 

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8 minutes ago, bwfcfan5 said:

For broken ribs and broken collarbone? Sounds a bit unlikely to me. Usually about 8 weeks. 

I have suffered broken ribs and believe me 8 weeks is nowhere near long enough.

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1 minute ago, DomRepWanderer said:

I have suffered broken ribs and believe me 8 weeks is nowhere near long enough.

Usually 6 weeks - it depends on where and how bad. But of course you can play potentially with broken ribs - if you can get through the pain and players have. I cracked a rib once and was playing squash a month later - with some pain but bearable. Its going to depend. But I can't see it being as late as Easter unless something else has gone on we don't know about. 

You can't play with a broken collarbone but I think they are usually 8-10 weeks to heal fully - unless its smashed to bits. 

 

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2 minutes ago, bwfcfan5 said:

Usually 6 weeks - it depends on where and how bad. But of course you can play potentially with broken ribs - if you can get through the pain and players have. I cracked a rib once and was playing squash a month later - with some pain but bearable. Its going to depend. But I can't see it being as late as Easter unless something else has gone on we don't know about. 

You can't play with a broken collarbone but I think they are usually 8-10 weeks to heal fully - unless its smashed to bits. 

 

I think the Easter thing went whooshing right over your head.

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14 minutes ago, DomRepWanderer said:

I think the Easter thing went whooshing right over your head.

Humour generally does with him

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2 hours ago, jmjhb said:

We don't have much luck with left backs, do we 

We don't have much luck full stop !!

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