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Posté le: Sam 13 Oct - 04:17 (2018) Sujet du message: Manchester United have suffered an average of eight
MANCHESTER UNITED have three of the most injury-prone players in the Premier League on their books, but who else has trouble getting out of the treatment room? No player wants to be sidelined due to injury, but for some sbobet88888 Premier League stars it happens much more often than for others. Manchester United have three squad members who rank among the top 10 most injured players over the past decade, according to new research. Arsenal have also been badly affected while it’s unsurprising to see former England striker Andy Carroll feature prominently in the study conducted by bookmaker sbobet88888 bwin. United are top of the pile when it comes to average injuries per year with eight, while Gunners players have spent a combined total of 679 games on the sidelines. When ranked by percentage of first-team matches missed, six of the top 10 most affected players are defenders – showing the bruising nature of life in defence. Marcos Rojo has spent nearly a third of his sbobet88888 Premier League career on the treatment table while at the other end of the pitch West Ham frontman Carroll has missed 76 games due to injury. Midfield duo Aaron Ramsey and Jack Wilshere struggled to stay problem-free during their time at Arsenal, with the latter missing an average of one in three games. Meanwhile, Leicester ace Matty James is not in the top 10 but didn’t receive a Premier League winner’s medal after missing 52 consecutive games due to a string of injuries.