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Message 81 - posted by ZizouApprentice (U3889080) , Jun 9, 2006

Looking at both of Cisse's breaks they are as someone said, very similar. Is there anyone with good knowledge of bone breaks who knows why it happens to professional footballers? Is it just the pace the player is running at or of the muscle being too strong for the bone or something? And why do people like Hamann not break their leg under the challenge of Essien but Cisse breaks his leg over a small tap?

Anyone have good reasons?

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Message 82 - posted by the_loveable_gypsy (U1805106) , Jun 9, 2006

not an expert by any stretch of the imagination but i do know that between walking and jogging and between jogging and running is when there is most pressure of the leg bones.

we are forced to move up a level and change our method of travel as if we didnt our legs would snap

still doesnt explain anything but i thought i'd waste a post and then have to wait another 3 minutes to post anything else - allows me to do 3 minutes of work ;-)

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Message 83 - posted by hus_manu (U3635571) , Jun 9, 2006

bloody hell that looked painful see the way his shin was flopping about in the blackburn game after he had broken

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Message 84 - posted by broer-b (U4453373) , Jun 9, 2006

Well I once come across information that says the wamer the body the plyable the bone becomes. Another reason; for somehow you will argue and wonder until your skull brakes is "malnutrition" for such a professional that is impossible right? but think about it.

Good news are his only 24 hope am correct, incredible man, so funny and enjoying himself, judging him from the "MTV ADIDAS +10 AND OTHER EVENTS" looking forward to see him in SA first World cup in Africa...

thats all I can say what you think...?

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Message 85 - posted by kingsm1987 (U4494437) , Jun 12, 2006

Unfortunately i don't know if this is definitely the correct answer but iv'e read that Black athletes especially Black footballers have a genetic "problem" basically his broken shins could be down to the following reason:

Black athletes have genetically larger thighs in comparison to White athletes but whereas White athletes have proportinally sized calfs Black athletes' calfs are very small thus giving relatively weaker support. for example cisse, henry, viera and larsson (who snapped his shin whilst at celtic) could all share the same fate!!

I hope this goes some way to answering your question.

And all the best Cisse!!

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