Van Persie out for 4-5 months!!!!!

Van Persie out for 4-5 months!!!!!

Postby Goose » Sat Nov 28, 2009 9:36 am

:crybaby: :crybaby: :crybaby: :crybaby: :crybaby:

So much for placenta treatment......

On Saturday morning, Arsenal Football Club issued the following statement in regard to Robin Van Persie.

“Robin Van Persie returned to Arsenal on November 22nd following an ankle injury sustained whilst on international duty with Holland. The injury was expected to keep him out of action for between four and six weeks.

“Upon his return, the Arsenal medical team conducted a thorough review of his scans, his early injury management and the treatment he had received.

Having scrutinised these in detail and assessed the response of his ankle, the Club’s medical team concluded that further investigation and opinion was required.

“Advice was sought from the leading ankle specialist Mr Niek van Dijk, who confirmed that more extensive damage had been suffered than was first diagnosed.

In order to repair his ankle, Robin will undergo surgery next week in Amsterdam to reconstruct the ligaments.

The Club’s medical team anticipate that a full recovery will take between four and five months.”

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Re: Van Persie out for 4-5 months!!!!!

Postby Popey » Sat Nov 28, 2009 9:40 am

I just wanted to post it. shit news! :crybaby:




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Robin Van Persie will be out for longer than expected.

After a new scan and study in hospital, it was discovered that three of the four ligaments in his right ankle were ruptured in the friendly international game between Holland and Italy.

The Arsenal striker had his ankle put in plaster yesterday [Friday] and will be operated by one of the world’s most renowned ankle specialists very soon. Van Persie is expected to be out for another four months.

During his time with the Dutch national team, and shortly after the tackle by Giorgio Chiellini in Pescara, doctors diagnosed that Van Persie had only a tear in one of the ligaments in his right ankle. He would be out for six weeks.

The healing of that kind of injury could be speeded up, according to his Dutch team-mate Orlando Engelaar and Van Persie’s former team mate at PSV Eindhoven, Danko Lazovic, if he would use the skills of Mariana Kovacevic.

The player could not know the damage in his right ankle was more severe. “If I had known at the time what I know now, I would have been operated immediately,’’ Van Persie says in his home in Rotterdam, where he sits with his leg up and his ankle in plaster. “We have all been steered in the wrong direction.’’

However the Dutch international does not regret his visit to Kovacevic

He says: “In the area of torn muscles and partly torn ligaments she has treated players in the majority of cases with success. A number of Liverpool and Chelsea players have all benefited from her treatments. They were all back on the pitch in a very short time.

“As I was enjoying a fantastic period with Arsenal and the first official diagnosis from the doctors was that I would be out for six weeks, I wanted to bring that period back to three or four weeks.

“But the ligaments in my ankle were completely ruptured. That’s why the treatment in Serbia, we know now, never had the chance to be successful from the start.

“I have never wanted to go for alternative medical help before. Normally I am too cool for that kind of thing.

“But because I wanted to grab every opportunity to get fit again and to be back on the pitch with Arsenal, I decided to have a go. If it does not help me, it won’t harm me either. That was my motto.

“I had the treatment methods checked intensively before I went out there. I demanded to know if there was any way it could do any damage. It couldn’t. Which is why I went.

“A lot has been said and written about it. But the method of treatment in Serbia is not a bizarre thing. I did not have anything injected in my body. The treatment was solely on the surface.’’

Van Persie says he did underestimate the impact of his visit to Serbia. “People say I should have kept it quiet. But because I always want to be honest and I felt as if I had nothing to hide, I wanted to be open about it.

“I was in continuous contact with the medical staff at Arsenal, with whom I have an excellent relationship. In fact, I admire our medical people at the club for giving me the chance to work on a really fast return into the team. A lot of other people made comments without having any knowledge of the treatment methods in Serbia.’’

Van Persie says he understands the curiosity after the injury moment in the friendly against Italy. He is the star striker of the Netherlands and one of the main attackers at Arsenal.

“But I was surprised by the hype and some of the bizarre comments. All those people forget I only had one goal with all this: I wanted to get back in the team at Arsenal as quick as possible.’’

Van Persie now knows he needs to be patient.

“It is so frustrating to be out for months. I was having a super season with the team. I had never felt as strong and powerful as this year. Apart from, I think, two matches, I either scored or made goals in all the games we played this season.

“I was getting so strong, that I felt nobody could stop me anymore. That is the greatest feeling you can have as a player.

“It is such a pity that great run has been stopped for the time being by one kick in a friendly international match. It is a real shame for me, for the team and for the fans of Arsenal.’’

Van Persie hopes he can still play a major role in Arsenal’s season. Arsenal, he feels, deserve a trophy. “I want to wish them luck against Chelsea this weekend. I hope the boys keep believing in themselves. I am absolutely convinced they will keep improving and keep the good form of the last few months going.’’

Robin says he feels supported by the positive reactions he has received since damaging his ankle.

“In Serbia complete strangers came up to me to wish me well. In London, the same thing. In Amsterdam, at the AMC hospital, everyone told me I had been so unlucky. People tell me they want to enjoy watching me play again soon for Arsenal. That has really lifted my spirit in a difficult time.’’

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Re: Van Persie out for 4-5 months!!!!!

Postby Tony_Adams » Sat Nov 28, 2009 9:46 am

Oh for crying out loud!
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Re: Van Persie out for 4-5 months!!!!!

Postby Irish_Gooner » Sat Nov 28, 2009 10:04 am

Time to see what we're made of without him. Gutted. Absoluyly gutted
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Re: Van Persie out for 4-5 months!!!!!

Postby Irish_Gooner » Sat Nov 28, 2009 10:07 am

Now i wish we bought Chamakh. Bordeux are doing really well now and he's scoring goals. Eduardo needs to step up something fierce and it'll be typical if he's next to be injured

f**k sake!!
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Re: Van Persie out for 4-5 months!!!!!

Postby gzagee » Sat Nov 28, 2009 10:10 am

So we're talking March or April before he returns?

I'd like to see us purchase another striker during the transfer window.
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Re: Van Persie out for 4-5 months!!!!!

Postby Irish_Gooner » Sat Nov 28, 2009 10:12 am

Or even get a striker on loan

carlton Cole was touted.....
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Re: Van Persie out for 4-5 months!!!!!

Postby Fabby » Sat Nov 28, 2009 10:14 am

I think the chances of us signing another striking are almost Zero in all honesty. I'm suprised Eduardo has been given a new contract tbh considering how little he's been played.

Despite the abundance of riches we have upfront, if we're honest none of Eduardo, Vela, Walcott or Arsh looks like they will do the job RVP did. I'd say Bendtner is going to be the focal point when he returns, although Eduardo has had only 1 or 2 games and I really hope after a few more he rediscovers old form and we'll be fine.
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Re: Van Persie out for 4-5 months!!!!!

Postby Goose » Sat Nov 28, 2009 10:14 am

David Villa, pleeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeease

But we will prob get Chamaaaaaaaaaaakh........
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Re: Van Persie out for 4-5 months!!!!!

Postby Irish_Gooner » Sat Nov 28, 2009 10:17 am

Id take Chamakh. Honestly the guys on fire. Bordeux are playing some great football and he's one of their stars so far
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Re: Van Persie out for 4-5 months!!!!!

Postby Fordy » Sat Nov 28, 2009 10:19 am

so when Ade left i kept saying as did ther people that arsenal needed to buy another striker, i kept getting told i was wrong and you had enough quality up front.

I said the reason i said you needed another one becuase your 2 main strikers have a very good chance of been injjured at some point and then you will be short up front.

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Re: Van Persie out for 4-5 months!!!!!

Postby Goose » Sat Nov 28, 2009 10:21 am

Irish_Gooner wrote:Id take Chamakh. Honestly the guys on fire. Bordeux are playing some great football and he's one of their stars so far


Same a last season, but a lot of Arsenal fans slated him and wanted Huntelaar

Chamakh is playing the same formation as we play and has done for over a whole season and done very well
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Re: Van Persie out for 4-5 months!!!!!

Postby Irish_Gooner » Sat Nov 28, 2009 10:25 am

Chamakh's contract is up in the summer and he is stalling on a new contract. If Bordeux want to cash in they might aswell sell him in Jan
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Re: Van Persie out for 4-5 months!!!!!

Postby Goose » Sat Nov 28, 2009 10:30 am

He said he is happy to leave in Jan, that way Bordeaux still get money for him and he still wants to play in the Premier League, everyone is a winner
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Re: Van Persie out for 4-5 months!!!!!

Postby rogerthornhill » Sat Nov 28, 2009 10:33 am

Terrible news about RVP. When Adebayor was sold a like for like replacement should have been brought in. This kind of problem wasn't difficult to foresee, there were plenty of people saying that it could happen.
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