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Libby Dawes

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  1. Post update

    Thanks for joining in with Sportsday today. 

    I am mostly thankful that none of you sent gruesome pictures of broken fingers or toes to accompany your 'playing through the pain' stories... 

    Join us again tomorrow from 08:00 GMT. 

  2. Get Involved - Tales of playing through the pain


    Gimpaldinhofalse Clubmate went off cup final injured (snap heard). They won & went clubbing/ dancing to celebrate. X-ray in morning – he had broken his leg. 

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    SMS Message: Leg gave way whilst passing a football. 4 months later of playing leg gives way again. Following a hospital visit and am mri scan I find a ruptured acl torn meniscus and slipped thigh bone. One knee reconstruction later I got stuck in Bulgaria due to the scanner beeping as i had a metal screw in my knee. What made this worse is they couldn't understand my hospital letter explaining what had happened and was held up with my 8month old son. NIGHTMARE from From an unlucky person with no name because they didn't put it on the text...
    From an unlucky person with no name because they didn't put it on the text...
  4. Still such a gent...

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    Harrisonfalse Tore my ACL taking a cricket catch. With three overs left I hopped on with lots of ice strapped to my knee. We won on last ball! 

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    Last few of your tales of playing through the pain...

  7. Wales' Luke Charteris 'ready to start against Ireland'

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    Luke Charteris

    Wales second row Luke Charteris says he is ready to start in their Six Nations match against Ireland on Friday.

    Charteris missed the first two matches against Italy and England with a broken hand but was a second-half replacement in the  29-13 defeat in Scotland.

    After starting for Bath in their 24-3 defeat by Wasps on Saturday, Charteris believes he is ready to face Ireland in Cardiff six days later.

    "I feel good and would give it a go," the Bath lock said.

  8. How five-a-side 'has taken over the nation'


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    Video caption: FA People's Cup: Five-a-side football takes over the nation

    More than 40,000 players across 178 venues took part in the first round of the 2017 FA People's Cup - the nation's biggest ever five-a-side tournament.

    Radio 1Xtra's Nick Bright introduces our special highlights show, which you can watch now in full on iPlayer.

  9. A bit of Monday Motivation for you....

    It's 16:04 GMT. 

    It's time we all had a pep talk from Everton striker Romelu Lukaku... 

  10. Get Involved - Tales of playing through the pain

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    SMS Message: Activity days before summer holidays playing golf. Stood a tad too close on got a sand wedge round the head. Blacked out and got rushed to hosptial in the teachers car. Head glued and 5 stitches above my eye and a concussion later. Got told to rest for at least 48 hrs. Went back and played tennis in the afternoon as it was already paid for. Trooper. from Lee.
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    SMS Message: Two weeks ago playing rugby, finger and wrist started hurting after about 25 mins. Just after half time pain a bit worse so taped fingers together. Finished the game; great win but xray next day showed snapped index finger and broken wrist. Now in a cast. from Rob Bradley-Smith
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    Never advised... 

  13. Get Involved - Tales of playing through the pain


    Tyler:  Fractured a cheekbone during an U14s league match, played on until half-time before concussion set in. 

  14. Ibrahimovic and Mings charged by the FA


    Tyrone Mings

    If found guilty and banned for the minimum three games, Ibrahimovic would miss the FA Cup quarter-final against Chelsea and league games against Middlesbrough and West Brom, although he would be available for Europa League matches.

    Bournemouth's next three outings are against West Ham, Swansea City and Southampton.

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    A little more context to the Mings and Ibrahimovic charge... 

  16. Stoke team news

    Man City v Stoke (Wed, 20:00 GMT)

    "I am hoping that given our experience against Spurs, who are a very good side, we will be better and be an irritant to Man City. It is between Man City and Spurs to run Chelsea close now, but I think it is Chelsea's to lose now to be perfectly honest." 

    He also brings us some team news...

    " Bruno Martins Indi over extended his knee on Saturday and is very doubtful for the game on Wednesday. He has no significant damage, and he may miss out. We are grateful that the injury isn't too serious. Glen Johnson has an injury to his shoulder. Marko [Arnautovic] is ill from the weekend too.  Xherdan Shaqiri is fit and available which is good news for us. We will see how Marko is tomorrow."

  17. 'Ramadan is making an impact'

    Man City v Stoke (Wed, 20:00 GMT)

    According to Mark Hughes, Arnautovic has taken team-mate Ramadan Sobhi under his wing. 

    "Ramadan is making an impact and is in the team on merit. He is very level-headed, but we are excited by him. We can't get too ahead of ourselves - he is a young guy. We have progressed him at the right rate and will continue to do so."

    Hughes also spoke about their next opponents in Manchester City... 

  18. 'We want him to score more goals'

    Man City v Stoke (Wed, 20:00 GMT)

    Marko Arnautovic

    A Marko Arnautovic double helped Stoke ease to victory against a struggling Middlesbrough on Saturday - Hughes appeared to be delighted with the team's performance. 

    "It was a good reaction from the guys on Saturday. We acquitted ourselves really well and produced a really professional performance. 

    "Marko takes as much enjoyment from creating chances as scoring - I was the exact opposite. We want him to score more goals. When Marko is playing well and scoring goals then we are a better team for that. He is a big player for us and clearly influences us."

  19. Stoke news conference

    Man City v Stoke (Wed, 20:00 GMT)

    Jack Butland

    Earlier we brought you the joyous tweets from Jack Butland who, having been out of action for 11 months with an ankle injury, has been given the all clear by his surgeon to rejoin team training. 

    His manager Mark Hughes says they have been waiting for this news for a long time. 

    "Hopefully we can get him playing again soon".