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    Quote Originally Posted by Nich View Post
    The future does not look positive for Bolts. Resigned from Co-Captaincy (Interested to know if it was his decision solely), degenerative achilles problem, aging body. Not looking good unfortunately.
    Beg to differ, he was running lap after lap last week. He'll get there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Molly dooker View Post
    Beg to differ, he was running lap after lap last week. He'll get there.
    I hope you're right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nich View Post
    I hope you're right.
    And how inspiring will it be when he does!

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    Go back to my training report! C Bolts was running laps and I couldn't see a limp. All the other boys were running, round and round and round and round and round. Only LRT looked a bit ploddy, but he always does.

    Mind you our version of fit and rareing to go, is not necessarily the AFLs....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Molly dooker View Post
    Beg to differ, he was running lap after lap last week. He'll get there.
    Yeah I rekon he will too....also he would not of gone on if he thought he couldnt and clog up a spot on the list.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Primmy View Post
    Mind you our version of fit and rareing to go, is not necessarily the AFLs....
    Exactly. I would love nothing more than Bolts to get back and finish on a strong note though believe me - he deserves 200 games. He's a gun defender.

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    Maybe I'm reading into it too much but if Bolts was ready to rock again he wouldn't have dropped his co-captaincy role. That's a big thing to do. If you had in your mind you were coming back early enough in the year then I'm sure the Team would have backed him in to keep being a Co-Captain. Unless of course Horse doesn't want the Co-Captaincy to remain and that forced Craig's hand.

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    C Bolton out for pre-season


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    The poor bastard.....
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    Craig thinking of you as you get your body right for the season proper. Missing you in the team. Great player and much needed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Primmy View Post
    Mind you our version of fit and rareing to go, is not necessarily the AFLs....
    Nothing wrong with a zimmer frame. If players can use pain killers, I can't see why this little bit of support equipment is any different.
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    I worry about Craig Bolton. Once an achilles goes its hard to get right again and although it can stand up to running and straight line action the twisting ,turning,sudden stops,change of directions and serious blows that come with a game of AFL can easily tear it again. I am not a Doctor but I have heard of success stories with acapuncture on these types of injuries. Also a massage before any strain on it is essential. Bolton C is our final piece of the jigsaw to have one of the best rebound defences in the AFL. A fit C.Bolton would greatly enhance not just final 4 prospects but perhaps even top 2. I wish him well with his recovery.

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