Road to BDO World Championships 2019

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Re: Road to BDO World Championships 2019

Post by markymark » Wed Nov 28, 2018 1:31 pm

Carry On Finder...

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Having had a broken ankle, I can't see anyway he'll be on stage at Lakeside AND fit to play.

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Re: Road to BDO World Championships 2019

Post by only85 » Wed Nov 28, 2018 2:04 pm

yes dr ranj !!

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Re: Road to BDO World Championships 2019

Post by Zapp Brannigan » Wed Nov 28, 2018 2:12 pm

Broken tibia and broken ankle

He won’t be standing on it for long periods to throw darts in 4 months let alone 4 weeks

Something tells me the only reason he hasn’t dropped out is because he would lose his first round money if they get a replacement, pull out the week of the event and the person he was playing just gets a bye

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Re: Road to BDO World Championships 2019

Post by Ginge » Wed Nov 28, 2018 2:21 pm

As an aside, this is the most promotion the BDO have obtained for the winner of their 2nd biggest event in decades.

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Re: Road to BDO World Championships 2019

Post by trotter » Wed Nov 28, 2018 3:35 pm

Despaula's post reads like a script from Some Mothers Do Ave Em....

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Re: Road to BDO World Championships 2019

Post by Ginge » Wed Nov 28, 2018 3:37 pm

trotter wrote:
Wed Nov 28, 2018 3:35 pm
Despaula's post reads like a script from Some Mothers Do Ave Em....

Ooooh Dessy!

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Re: Road to BDO World Championships 2019

Post by Paddy McGinty » Wed Nov 28, 2018 3:54 pm

We are blessed with the amount of medical practitioners and legal experts on here.........
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Re: Road to BDO World Championships 2019

Post by Moongoose McQueeen » Wed Nov 28, 2018 3:58 pm

Paddy McGinty wrote:We are blessed with the amount of medical practitioners and legal experts on here.........
In fairness Zapp rang This Morning and asked Dr Hillary Jones for his prognosis.

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Re: Road to BDO World Championships 2019

Post by Ginge » Wed Nov 28, 2018 3:58 pm

Paddy McGinty wrote:
Wed Nov 28, 2018 3:54 pm
We are blessed with the amount of medical practitioners and legal experts on here.........
Leave Des alone!!!!

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Re: Road to BDO World Championships 2019

Post by oche balboa » Wed Nov 28, 2018 4:33 pm

Zapp has made some calls to Bolognas hospital to get some real info and about how much it costs

They told him to fek off
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Re: Road to BDO World Championships 2019

Post by Zapp Brannigan » Wed Nov 28, 2018 6:52 pm

oche balboa wrote:Zapp has made some calls to Bolognas hospital to get some real info and about how much it costs

They told him to fek off
I’ve actually been in Leeds buying a new guitar, no Italians spoken to today.

I do love how defensive people have got on how long long a broken tibia and ankle takes to heal. A bloke who works for me has broken his ankle and he’s back at work on Monday after 4 months off and he’s been told he can’t put any serious weight on it.

If you want some reading material padds, darts or oche you can try here https://support.fitforwork.org/app/answ ... 2Ffracture

They suggest up to a year for a weight bearing bone to be back up to full fitness

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Re: Road to BDO World Championships 2019

Post by Ginge » Wed Nov 28, 2018 7:22 pm

Zapp Brannigan wrote:
oche balboa wrote:Zapp has made some calls to Bolognas hospital to get some real info and about how much it costs

They told him to fek off
I’ve actually been in Leeds buying a new guitar, no Italians spoken to today.

I do love how defensive people have got on how long long a broken tibia and ankle takes to heal. A bloke who works for me has broken his ankle and he’s back at work on Monday after 4 months off and he’s been told he can’t put any serious weight on it.

If you want some reading material padds, darts or oche you can try here https://support.fitforwork.org/app/answ ... 2Ffracture

They suggest up to a year for a weight bearing bone to be back up to full fitness
Yes but healing time on the BDO tour is less. Or something.

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Re: Road to BDO World Championships 2019

Post by Paddy McGinty » Wed Nov 28, 2018 8:47 pm

Zapp Brannigan wrote:
Wed Nov 28, 2018 6:52 pm
oche balboa wrote:Zapp has made some calls to Bolognas hospital to get some real info and about how much it costs

They told him to fek off
I’ve actually been in Leeds buying a new guitar, no Italians spoken to today.

I do love how defensive people have got on how long long a broken tibia and ankle takes to heal. A bloke who works for me has broken his ankle and he’s back at work on Monday after 4 months off and he’s been told he can’t put any serious weight on it.

If you want some reading material padds, darts or oche you can try here https://support.fitforwork.org/app/answ ... 2Ffracture

They suggest up to a year for a weight bearing bone to be back up to full fitness
:DDD: I broke my Tibia and Fibia and was back in action after 2 months, of course it did take longer to recover fully, also twisted my ankle off whilst doing a bit of off piste, they put a couple of plates in and I was back in action after 6 weeks, however it did take around 12 months for me to gain full fitness. After the initial period I could still play darts, to be honest it doesn't take much to walk 7 foot and back does it? Hardly running a marathon is it.....
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Re: Road to BDO World Championships 2019

Post by Ginge » Wed Nov 28, 2018 8:50 pm

Paddy McGinty wrote:
Zapp Brannigan wrote:
Wed Nov 28, 2018 6:52 pm
oche balboa wrote:Zapp has made some calls to Bolognas hospital to get some real info and about how much it costs

They told him to fek off
I’ve actually been in Leeds buying a new guitar, no Italians spoken to today.

I do love how defensive people have got on how long long a broken tibia and ankle takes to heal. A bloke who works for me has broken his ankle and he’s back at work on Monday after 4 months off and he’s been told he can’t put any serious weight on it.

If you want some reading material padds, darts or oche you can try here https://support.fitforwork.org/app/answ ... 2Ffracture

They suggest up to a year for a weight bearing bone to be back up to full fitness
:DDD: I broke my Tibia and Fibia and was back in action after 2 months, of course it did take longer to recover fully, also twisted my ankle off whilst doing a bit of off piste, they put a couple of plates in and I was back in action after 6 weeks, however it did take around 12 months for me to gain full fitness. After the initial period I could still play darts, to be honest it doesn't take much to walk 7 foot and back does it? Hardly running a marathon is it.....
2 months from now is long after Lakeside is finished.

Suppose everyone is different. When I broke my leg I was in hospital for 6 weeks. Was only 3 years old, mind.

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Re: Road to BDO World Championships 2019

Post by Paddy McGinty » Wed Nov 28, 2018 9:14 pm

Ginge wrote:
Wed Nov 28, 2018 8:50 pm
Paddy McGinty wrote:
Zapp Brannigan wrote:
Wed Nov 28, 2018 6:52 pm
oche balboa wrote:Zapp has made some calls to Bolognas hospital to get some real info and about how much it costs

They told him to fek off
I’ve actually been in Leeds buying a new guitar, no Italians spoken to today.

I do love how defensive people have got on how long long a broken tibia and ankle takes to heal. A bloke who works for me has broken his ankle and he’s back at work on Monday after 4 months off and he’s been told he can’t put any serious weight on it.

If you want some reading material padds, darts or oche you can try here https://support.fitforwork.org/app/answ ... 2Ffracture

They suggest up to a year for a weight bearing bone to be back up to full fitness
:DDD: I broke my Tibia and Fibia and was back in action after 2 months, of course it did take longer to recover fully, also twisted my ankle off whilst doing a bit of off piste, they put a couple of plates in and I was back in action after 6 weeks, however it did take around 12 months for me to gain full fitness. After the initial period I could still play darts, to be honest it doesn't take much to walk 7 foot and back does it? Hardly running a marathon is it.....
2 months from now is long after Lakeside is finished.

Suppose everyone is different. When I broke my leg I was in hospital for 6 weeks. Was only 3 years old, mind.
Did they throw you down the stairs?
"What a Fecking Catastrophe!!"

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Re: Road to BDO World Championships 2019

Post by Paddy McGinty » Wed Nov 28, 2018 9:15 pm

Ginge wrote:
Wed Nov 28, 2018 8:50 pm
Paddy McGinty wrote:
Zapp Brannigan wrote:
Wed Nov 28, 2018 6:52 pm
oche balboa wrote:Zapp has made some calls to Bolognas hospital to get some real info and about how much it costs

They told him to fek off
I’ve actually been in Leeds buying a new guitar, no Italians spoken to today.

I do love how defensive people have got on how long long a broken tibia and ankle takes to heal. A bloke who works for me has broken his ankle and he’s back at work on Monday after 4 months off and he’s been told he can’t put any serious weight on it.

If you want some reading material padds, darts or oche you can try here https://support.fitforwork.org/app/answ ... 2Ffracture

They suggest up to a year for a weight bearing bone to be back up to full fitness
:DDD: I broke my Tibia and Fibia and was back in action after 2 months, of course it did take longer to recover fully, also twisted my ankle off whilst doing a bit of off piste, they put a couple of plates in and I was back in action after 6 weeks, however it did take around 12 months for me to gain full fitness. After the initial period I could still play darts, to be honest it doesn't take much to walk 7 foot and back does it? Hardly running a marathon is it.....
2 months from now is long after Lakeside is finished.

Suppose everyone is different. When I broke my leg I was in hospital for 6 weeks. Was only 3 years old, mind.
Yes but that was both bones so it takes a little longer, 6 weeks is average for a clean break.
"What a Fecking Catastrophe!!"

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Re: Road to BDO World Championships 2019

Post by Ginge » Wed Nov 28, 2018 9:16 pm

Paddy McGinty wrote:
Ginge wrote:
Wed Nov 28, 2018 8:50 pm
Paddy McGinty wrote:
Zapp Brannigan wrote:
Wed Nov 28, 2018 6:52 pm
oche balboa wrote:Zapp has made some calls to Bolognas hospital to get some real info and about how much it costs

They told him to fek off
I’ve actually been in Leeds buying a new guitar, no Italians spoken to today.

I do love how defensive people have got on how long long a broken tibia and ankle takes to heal. A bloke who works for me has broken his ankle and he’s back at work on Monday after 4 months off and he’s been told he can’t put any serious weight on it.

If you want some reading material padds, darts or oche you can try here https://support.fitforwork.org/app/answ ... 2Ffracture

They suggest up to a year for a weight bearing bone to be back up to full fitness
:DDD: I broke my Tibia and Fibia and was back in action after 2 months, of course it did take longer to recover fully, also twisted my ankle off whilst doing a bit of off piste, they put a couple of plates in and I was back in action after 6 weeks, however it did take around 12 months for me to gain full fitness. After the initial period I could still play darts, to be honest it doesn't take much to walk 7 foot and back does it? Hardly running a marathon is it.....
2 months from now is long after Lakeside is finished.

Suppose everyone is different. When I broke my leg I was in hospital for 6 weeks. Was only 3 years old, mind.
Did they throw you down the stairs?
No.

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Re: Road to BDO World Championships 2019

Post by Skewball » Thu Nov 29, 2018 8:45 am

Paddy McGinty wrote:
Ginge wrote:
Wed Nov 28, 2018 8:50 pm
Paddy McGinty wrote:
Zapp Brannigan wrote:
Wed Nov 28, 2018 6:52 pm
oche balboa wrote:Zapp has made some calls to Bolognas hospital to get some real info and about how much it costs

They told him to fek off
I’ve actually been in Leeds buying a new guitar, no Italians spoken to today.

I do love how defensive people have got on how long long a broken tibia and ankle takes to heal. A bloke who works for me has broken his ankle and he’s back at work on Monday after 4 months off and he’s been told he can’t put any serious weight on it.

If you want some reading material padds, darts or oche you can try here https://support.fitforwork.org/app/answ ... 2Ffracture

They suggest up to a year for a weight bearing bone to be back up to full fitness
:DDD: I broke my Tibia and Fibia and was back in action after 2 months, of course it did take longer to recover fully, also twisted my ankle off whilst doing a bit of off piste, they put a couple of plates in and I was back in action after 6 weeks, however it did take around 12 months for me to gain full fitness. After the initial period I could still play darts, to be honest it doesn't take much to walk 7 foot and back does it? Hardly running a marathon is it.....
2 months from now is long after Lakeside is finished.

Suppose everyone is different. When I broke my leg I was in hospital for 6 weeks. Was only 3 years old, mind.
Yes but that was both bones so it takes a little longer, 6 weeks is average for a clean break.
Ah so you are a doctor as well, Its so good to have such experts on hand in Tsod ,as you pointed out above we are indeed blessed.

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Re: Road to BDO World Championships 2019

Post by Buzz Fledderjohn » Thu Nov 29, 2018 9:33 am

Don't see what all the fuss is about.
He can turn up for his first round match with his leg hanging off, and if it starts to smart a bit during the opening set, he can hop backstage for Trina to give it a bit of a rub.

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Re: Road to BDO World Championships 2019

Post by oche balboa » Thu Nov 29, 2018 10:25 am

Let’s just wait and see
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