Flipping Heck! He’s Injured Again!

Tuesday, August 28, 2007 22:42 | Filed in Newcastle United, Sport

Yes, that’s right, the medical marvel that is Kieron Dyer has managed to last a good, ooh… several minutes… of a game before being stretchered off with a suspected broken leg.

What is it with the lad? Is he cursed or something? Seriously, I wish him all the best, hope he recovers well from his latest setback and then goes on to find some form again. But it’s like he’s cursed, innit? After all, who else would have had the series of hamstring injuries, and then just as he’s about to return to fitness, nearly poke his eye out on a corner flag? And then return from that to slide off the pitch into an advertising hoarding and get a nasty gash down his leg?

Who else but Kieron Dyer. Kieron, I’m not sorry you’re gone mate: I’ve a feeling you would have been sat in our treatment room otherwise (and that’s before we mention attitude); but I do wish you a little bit better luck.

Here’s hoping that at some point you get a chance to show people how good a player you really could have been if it wasn’t for all the injuries…

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6 Comments to Flipping Heck! He’s Injured Again!

  1. Rooster says:

    August 29th, 2007 at 12:37 am

    After reading your comments on West Ham till I die, i thought id pay you a visit bruv.
    A few facts for you sunshine:-
    1st Thx for saying you wish Kieron a speedy recovery and hope hes back on form soon,
    2nd Did you know, that if it wasnt for a couple of Kierons goals last season you possibly might have been relegated.
    3rd Kieron is injury prone, but did you ever stop to think how much he tried to win for his club, that he put his body and soul for that club before his health and strength.
    I guess as a Magpie you already knew all that, Or did you? Im a Geordie born but not Bred, A hammers fan that knows more of your team than yu do!!!!!!

  2. JackP says:

    August 29th, 2007 at 7:46 am

    that makes it sound like Dyer scored a lot of premiership goals. He got 5 from what is supposed to be an attacking midfield position – and some time up front. Not a great return, but better than he’d done in previous seasons.

    Yes, his goals helped our cause last season. But if he hadn’t been playing, there wouldn’t have been a Dyer-shaped hole in the team, someone else would have contributed.

    As for your third point – suggesting Dyer’s attitude is commendable? Is this the same Dyer who refused to play for the club out of position (in what was actually his most effective position)? The bling-king who gave the fans little but a sour taste?

    I think you’ll find you don’t know more about my team :-)

  3. Matt says:

    August 29th, 2007 at 1:55 pm

    This is a cunning ploy, he went to West Ham to spend more time with his family, so getting out of training will be a bonus.

    I have no sympathy for West Ham though – after they cheated relegation last season.

  4. mark fairlamb says:

    August 29th, 2007 at 2:59 pm

    I’m surprised another premiership club went for him with his history of injuries.
    But then again a lower league club couldn’t afford to pay him to sit on the treatment table.

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