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  • Teddy the latest Rooster to get the mumps

    well I guess he won't be playing on Saturday.

  • #2
    Given they were over the dutch......

    NZ mumps are touch different & take much longer to recover

    Those Symptoms may include

    A superiority complex & prone to snobbery - medical case example Russell Crowe

    Extreme paranoia towards neighbours - Book of Lies by author Russell Crowe

    Mixed emotions when confronted by images of sheep


    Hope our Teddy receives the appropriate care
    "Qui audet adipiscitur"

    WHO DARES WINS

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    • #3
      Have these players gone through puberty yet?

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      • #4
        Star off-season Sydney Roosters recruit James Tedesco has been quarantined from his teammates as the second player to contract the mumps in as many weeks.

        Tedesco has been housebound this week with the contagious viral disease that was first contracted by veteran back-rower Mitchell Aubusson a fortnight ago.

        NRL.com understands the NSW Origin fullback was always considered unlikely to line up in the Roosters' first pre-season trial against Penrith Panthers this Saturday, but he will now have to prove his fitness to take the park against the Manly Warringah Sea Eagles on the Central Coast next week.

        Should Tedesco be kept on ice for the second trial by Roosters medical staff, it would mean neither he or five-eighth Luke Keary (fractured jaw) will have played in a new-look spine alongside Cooper Cronk before round one.

        Neither player are expected to miss the club's season opener on March 10, when Tedesco will line up against his former side Wests Tigers after taking up a multimillion-dollar, four-year Roosters deal.

        The Tricolours confirmed Tedesco had been placed in isolation and stressed Aubusson had shown no ill effects since being cleared to return to training.

        "James has been isolated as he receives the necessary course of treatment and will rejoin his teammates next week," a Roosters spokesperson said.

        A member of the club's coaching staff who also showed symptoms of the virus has recovered and returned to work recently as well, while Tedesco, Aubusson and Keary all attended last week's pre-season trip to Queenstown.

        Trent Robinson will name his squad for Saturday's hit-out against Penrith on Thursday morning, with James Maloney to line up alongside Nathan Cleary at the Panthers scrumbase for the first time

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        • #5
          Given we start against the Tigpies, we can just get to know each other when we play our whipping boys....
          Last edited by 4 the all in brawl; 02-14-2018, 03:55 PM.
          Bondi Boy at his best.........

          "Gotta play Panthers and Manly in trials yet.

          Bye bye 2018...unless a miracle happens."

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          • #6
            Next headline:
            JWH Injured After Stepping on Bindi at Training.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by 4 the all in brawl View Post
              Given we start against the Tigpies, we can just get to know each other when we play our whipping boys....
              Or get to know each other at training, in gentle training, indoors preferably at this time of year.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Thirteen View Post
                Next headline:
                JWH Injured After Stepping on Bindi at Training.
                Or a pot hole more likely.
                Roosters players must only train on perfect surfaces.

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                • #9
                  Cronk rocked by a mild attack of tinea.

                  Back in two weeks.
                  Last edited by Jacks Fur Coat; 02-15-2018, 06:12 PM.


                  I]SBW at the beach .[/I]

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                  • #10
                    What next dudes?
                    Fergo suffering from a mild case of alcohol intoxication.
                    Originally posted by King Salvo 'Tedesco and Woods will be more than likely Dogs signings but both will give Tigers last shot - we are not in the race anymore'

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                    • #11
                      The Panthers have asked for medical advice on how to safeguard against the remote possibility of the mumps outbreak that has affected members of the Roosters squad infiltrating their own camp during Saturday's trial game.

                      Just three weeks out from the start of the NRL season, Penrith have been working closely with medical personnel, as well as the Tricolours, to ensure the viral infection doesn't creep into a second NRL squad. The two sides are preparing for their first hit-out of the season at Panthers Stadium, which will see James Maloney make his maiden appearance in Penrith colours alongside Nathan Cleary.

                      Roosters veteran Mitchell Aubusson was the first to be laid low by the ailment, which has now forced NSW No.1 and star recruit James Tedesco to rest before he pulls on the red, white and blue for the first time.

                      The Roosters won't allow any player or staff member suspected of contracting the disease to travel and have Blake Ferguson and Dylan Napa as their highest-profile inclusions in an under-strength squad.

                      But the Panthers have sought external help on how to prevent an outbreak of mumps in case it is being carried by an unsuspecting member of the Roosters squad or staff.

                      "We've been in regular contact with the Roosters and have sought our own medical advice on what precautions we need to take before the game on the weekend," Panthers chief executive Brian Fletcher said.

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                      • #12
                        I farken nearly died from the mumps got so sick ..lost about 12 kilos in a fortnight
                        Two things are infinite: the universe and human stupidity; and I'm not sure about the universe

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by The Brain View Post
                          I farken nearly died from the mumps got so sick ..lost about 12 kilos in a fortnight
                          I for one am happy that you didnít because I really enjoy reading your contribution on this forum.

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                          • #14
                            I say we quarantine all the affected or suspected players who could have the mumps, to Redfern Oval.

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                            • #15
                              Slightly off topic but I wonder what stick Aubo is copping from his teammates now that the press are referring to him as a veteran? Surely he gets presented with a walking stick or something?

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