Podcast: Can Milan's Injury Crisis Be Solved?

The catastrophic injury crisis at the club right now is so severe that I actually recorded a podcast about it. And I honestly don't know which of those things is more shocking or distressing. However, I did not take my task lightly, I wanted to talk to someone with some expertise. So I invited David back, who is a lifelong Milan fan, but is also a brilliant physiotherapist by trade. Longtime podcast listeners will remember him well, but will also appreciate his knowledge about this specific conversation as we discuss injuries, Pioli and his staff, current management, the return of Ibrahimović, and more.

Kalulu's injury is very unusual, even more unusual that Pobega's seems to be identical.

On this Episode: 

• Injuries, potential causes, and solutions
• Pioli and the Sassuolo curse
• Can the injury crisis be solved?
• Current management
• The return of Ibrahimović

David cited a report by Jan Ekstrand and UEFA on hamstring injuries, with input from the chief medical officers from 15 different Champions League clubs, if you would like to read it, you can find it here. If you are interested in the article we discussed from Milan News about fear of injuries, you can find it in Italian here

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Thank you again to David for sharing his wisdom, expertise and his passion for Milan. Follow him on Twitter @DavidLSwan for more brilliance.

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Our next match is 
Serie A Week 18
Milan vs. Sassuolo
Saturday, December 30, 2023 • 18:00 CET (12noon EST)
In the U.S., you can use a VPN to access a Serie A provider elsewhere
For example, sign up for BeIN Sports in Australia or SuperSport in South Africa,
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