It has not been a smooth game day for AC Milan so far as there is another selection doubt ahead of tonight’s game against Spurs, a report claims.
As Manuele Baiocchini reported live from Milano for Sky (via MilanNews), Theo Hernandez suffered a blow in training that will force him to grit his teeth in view of tonight if he is to start the game. However, at the moment it seems likely that the French full-back will being in the XI against Tottenham.
It comes after our colleagues at SempreMilan.it reported that there are some doubts regarding the physical condition of Fikayo Tomori, who has returned from injury and has resumed training a few days ago.
The tests that will take place in the late afternoon will be fundamental to establish whether the English centre-back will be able to start the match from the first minute, but if he cannot them one of Simon Kjaer and Matteo Gabbia should get the nod.
It’s literally impossible for any team to have worse injury luck than Milan.
It has zero to do with luck. Milanello is falling apart, players are literally injured by the training ground.
Piloi has not adapted his trainings to the situation on the field and is actively contributing to number severity of injuries as well as prolonging recovery periods.
Team doesn’t have a proper post match nor post training recovery either.
This is a combination of negligence, incompetence and general disregard for players health and wellbeing. Owners need to invest into renovating or new training grounds, as well as in competent physios and adequate post game and training recovery protocols. And coaching staff needs to adjust their training sessions to the situation on the field.
The lab and the training ground have to adapt to the coach needs.
True. Grass will need to bend the way Pioli envisioned it. Sadly grass is still not Seria A ready.
It’s not luck when it continues to happen year after year. They are doing something wrong in the way they train.
Once upon a time there was milan lab. Has it been dismantled and shut down? Would it have solved all these injuries …… makes you wonder.
The great majority of our injuries hasnt happened at the training ground but in matches so even though i agree that we have far too many injuries its not factually correct to blame our training grounds even if it sometimes might seem so at distance.
I would also argue that maignans injury issues was prolonged because of the player himself and the french national team in their eagerness to speed up his recuperation time so he could paticipate in the world cup.
Calabria was also out for 4 months or something in 21 as he chose to have a surgery to be ready for the club rather than potentially representing italy at the euros.
Injuries at training will happen though and you cant really guard yourself against for example unfortunate tackles causing injuries because that would mean that the level of intensity would have to be slacked upon which would most likely cost in our overall performances and then people would also complain.
We shouldnt forget our compact fixture schedules in the last 2 years has put its strains on a limited squad with not enough quality depth and still we performed over expectations and still won the scudetto last year and finished 2nd in 20/21,