Josh Dasilva (Long Term Injury)

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He's not, that isn't the list. A terrible post by BFC, the list below has nothing to do with the squad that will be announced later.
Well that is confusing when it says
Fans can see a list of players allocated First Team squad numbers for the 2021/22 Premier League season below.
 

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Does anyone ITK have any idea whether Valencia is in the Clubs thoughts for the First Team? He just does not seem to figure but is allocated a squad number!
 

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Does anyone ITK have any idea whether Valencia is in the Clubs thoughts for the First Team? He just does not seem to figure but is allocated a squad number!
Not ITK but I’m guessing not seeing as we tried to loan him to Crewe.
 

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Does anyone ITK have any idea whether Valencia is in the Clubs thoughts for the First Team? He just does not seem to figure but is allocated a squad number!
Not sure if he's injured but hasn't been seen in training photos or the cup squad..
 

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But we were up for it?
If he wanted to go. I’m sure the club will have been open with him about his prospects here and will also not be sending him off to train away from the first team unless he’s been disruptive (no evidence of that at all). So he has a chance to work for a place, albeit unlikely.
 

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99% sure i saw him at the game on saturday, walking unassisted
 

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Well that can only be good news! Would be amazing if he could play some part in the second half of the season. Long way to go though I suspect
 

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Anybody ITK able to give a cheeky update if problems are identified and its just a case of gradually softly softly on his hip progress?
 

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I came away thinking after the game what a HUGE loss Josh has been. Josh was one of the few players in the last couple of seasons whom I thought was tailor ready for Premier League football. We really do miss him and also his ability to score goals from midfield. I really hope our season is not destined to be determined by the injuries we are picking up.
 

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I came away thinking after the game what a HUGE loss Josh has been. Josh was one of the few players in the last couple of seasons whom I thought was tailor ready for Premier League football. We really do miss him and also his ability to score goals from midfield. I really hope our season is not destined to be determined by the injuries we are picking up.
He’ll of a miss and different to all of our other midfielders. Can drop a shoulder and go past players and weigh in with goals.
 

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I came away thinking after the game what a HUGE loss Josh has been. Josh was one of the few players in the last couple of seasons whom I thought was tailor ready for Premier League football. We really do miss him and also his ability to score goals from midfield. I really hope our season is not destined to be determined by the injuries we are picking up.
Absolutely a huge loss. It is funny how we only miss our injured players after a defeat.
 

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With JDS back early next year, I think we could have a good run in to the end of the season. Provided he (and others) are fully fit
 

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IF he’s able to return to playing this season there is no guarantee that he will have the kind of impact we are all hoping for; we don’t know what kind of long-term impact the injury and the long layoff will have on his game.

Even taking for granted a full recovery from the injury, in any case he will need to slowly build up match fitness and sharpness.
 

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Bumped into JDS at a café by GP the other day and he said he unfortunately sustained the injury playing 5-aside football with his mates on the Astro turf. 😬

Said he’s due to return to training sometime in December and hopefully back on the pitch around Feb.
 

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Cannot wait to have him back.. provided he can return somewhere near to previous form. To have JDS & Baptiste carrying the ball and driving at defences will give us something different to what we have now;
Canos Baptiste Norgaard DaSilva Henry 🤤
 

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Bumped into JDS at a café by GP the other day and he said he unfortunately sustained the injury playing 5-aside football with his mates on the Astro turf. 😬

Said he’s due to return to training sometime in December and hopefully back on the pitch around Feb.

That’s an amazing first post.
 

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Bumped into JDS at a café by GP the other day and he said he unfortunately sustained the injury playing 5-aside football with his mates on the Astro turf. 😬

Said he’s due to return to training sometime in December and hopefully back on the pitch around Feb.
I'm not sure that this makes sense. The injury that he has wouldn't have come from a one-off incident AFAIK.
 

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I'm not sure that this makes sense. The injury that he has wouldn't have come from a one-off incident AFAIK.
Would he go to a cafe or risk playing 5 a side with his mates? Think he found a looky alike myself.
 

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Bumped into JDS at a café by GP the other day and he said he unfortunately sustained the injury playing 5-aside football with his mates on the Astro turf. 😬

Said he’s due to return to training sometime in December and hopefully back on the pitch around Feb.
Joined in November 2014 and waited 7 years to land this massive first post 😂😂😂
 

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Bumped into JDS at a café by GP the other day and he said he unfortunately sustained the injury playing 5-aside football with his mates on the Astro turf. 😬

Said he’s due to return to training sometime in December and hopefully back on the pitch around Feb.
What did he order?
 

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I'm not sure that this makes sense. The injury that he has wouldn't have come from a one-off incident AFAIK.
He said he had a fall on those 4G pitches at goals, didn’t seem serious at first. Club also not happy and if he was not an important player would of had his contract tore up. He’s just relieved the clubs doing well without him.
 

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He said he had a fall on those 4G pitches at goals, didn’t seem serious at first. Club also not happy and if he was not an important player would of had his contract tore up. He’s just relieved the clubs doing well without him.
I love this idea of ‘tearing up a contract’. Gives me a vision of bits of fluttering paper following an employee out the door. But in the real world, whilst you can of course tear up a contract, it’s still as valid as it was before it was torn up.
 

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I love this idea of ‘tearing up a contract’. Gives me a vision of bits of fluttering paper following an employee out the door. But in the real world, whilst you can of course tear up a contract, it’s still as valid as it was before it was torn up.

I have an image in my mind of bits of it fluttering down in front of Josh’s sheepish looking face. Settling on his head and shoulders.
 
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