Stefano Sensi

Rate the player

  • 3 - Anonymous player who will never be remembered through the fact nobody expected anything from him

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  • 2 - Close to a useless player, who will add nothing to the team besides filling the CL quota

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CoolMan44

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I still don't fully trust the news that we keep him. I honestly don't think Inzaghi trusts him at all. I also still have doubts he can contribute much for a team playing in multiple competitions. Keep in mind that the last year on loan was for a team that played one game a week, and even there I think he had fitness issues.
 

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His agent said Augusto had signed contracts for Inter and Sensi news will follow soon, sounds like he will leave.

I for one am a massive fan of him staying as a sub and a coppa game or 2. His fitness though we all know he won't last so if he was to leave we have to remember this.
 

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People need to really stop romanticizing the 15 game and 9 minute highlights reel of Sensi.

I'm reading master class, world class, best midfielder, the best, the goat, the cow, the bull for literally someone who played few games for us and in general the last 2/3 years.
 

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People need to really stop romanticizing the 15 game and 9 minute highlights reel of Sensi.

I'm reading master class, world class, best midfielder, the best, the goat, the cow, the bull for literally someone who played few games for us and in general the last 2/3 years.
He is world-class when he's fit. He is injured a lot. Both things can be true at the same time.
 

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I wonder how players like him become so injury prone and can't overcome it. How can't today science fix this shit?

Has he followed any specific diets and exercises to enhance his physical condition?
 

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I wonder how players like him become so injury prone and can't overcome it. How can't today science fix this shit?

Has he followed any specific diets and exercises to enhance his physical condition?
some people's bodies man

like michael owen, just always injury prone

theres probably some element (i guess) of serious physio into it as well, you gotta make sure you dont 'compensate' right leg weakness with over use of left leg, etc stuff like that I guess. Im no biologist though.
 

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I'll never forget how good this guy was first three months here. Barella looked like a fraud compared to him. What a shame.
Completely different player....
 

Meysam

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some people's bodies man

like michael owen, just always injury prone

theres probably some element (i guess) of serious physio into it as well, you gotta make sure you dont 'compensate' right leg weakness with over use of left leg, etc stuff like that I guess. Im no biologist though.
I know man but there must be a scientific explanation for that right?. nowdays many clubs/players are struggling with that. there must be a way to reduce these injuries.
Maybe trying traditional medicine or whatever this shit is called wouldn't be a bad idea. If I were Sensi, I would try every solution I would find to fix this shit at all costs.
I recall a player said in his interview that he almost recovered from , I think, his knee injury by running a lot. I'm not saying what he said is true or proven but, at least he was trying to fix his injury by a new solution which maybe is not so scientific though.
 

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I know man but there must be a scientific explanation for that right?. nowdays many clubs/players are struggling with that. there must be a way to reduce these injuries.
Maybe trying traditional medicine or whatever this shit is called wouldn't be a bad idea. If I were Sensi, I would try every solution I would find to fix this shit at all costs.
I recall a player said in his interview that he almost recovered from , I think, his knee injury by running a lot. I'm not saying what he said is true or proven but, at least he was trying to fix his injury by a new solution which maybe is not so scientific though.

Maybe not necessarily correlating to Sensi himself but I read a medical article a few years back about how today's kids have different bone density/strength compared to previous generations due to mostly sedentary childhoods, different food groups etc. Meaning they are far more prone to injuries nowadays on average.
 

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Maybe not necessarily correlating to Sensi himself but I read a medical article a few years back about how today's kids have different bone density/strength compared to previous generations due to mostly sedentary childhoods, different food groups etc. Meaning they are far more prone to injuries nowadays on average.
so it was fortnite's fault
 

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Players today look like beasts compared to the players in the 80s and 90s when I look at their pictures. I think half of them would break after 2 games today. Their legs were so skinny compared to these freaks now. I think a guy like Sensi would've had less problems back then imo
 

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I wonder how players like him become so injury prone and can't overcome it. How can't today science fix this shit?

Has he followed any specific diets and exercises to enhance his physical condition?
Of course there are more injuries.

The level of the game has increased so much since even 20 years ago.

There will naturally be more injuries where these days where you have high pressing intensity, increasingly tight football schedules, shorter off-seasons, increasing professionalism and fitness regimes.

People are also pushed and rehabilitated more quickly than ideal. These people are being paid millions, and the club want their value, the player wants to keep their spot on the side, and rarely do either have the foresight of the long term in mind.

Medical treatment is much better these days, but you are living in science fiction if you think that we have the expertise to regenerate muscle, ligament, tendon as well as nature has intended. For example, ACL surgery usually involves borrowing your own tendon or ligament from around the knee as a graft to replace the torn one. These are not designed in a lab to specifically recreate the ACL, they're just spare parts which have similar mechanical properties of the ACL, and even a small error in where you put it can put you at increased risk of re-rupture. This isn't even mentioning muscle tears or sprains. They're basically not treatable , as you can't really replace it, and stitching it up won't do anything, as the muscle with tear with any tension on the repair, and repairing it will just bring the muscle ends closer together, but you're still relying on your body's own repair process to physically repair the muscle.

I know man but there must be a scientific explanation for that right?. nowdays many clubs/players are struggling with that. there must be a way to reduce these injuries.
Maybe trying traditional medicine or whatever this shit is called wouldn't be a bad idea. If I were Sensi, I would try every solution I would find to fix this shit at all costs.
I recall a player said in his interview that he almost recovered from , I think, his knee injury by running a lot. I'm not saying what he said is true or proven but, at least he was trying to fix his injury by a new solution which maybe is not so scientific though.
I don't really know what to say about either of these points besides the fact that:

Traditional medicine may have applications, but professional athletes are not the target audience of medicine invented centuries ago
If there is no scientific evidence of efficacy, then there are equal chances of it doing harm than good
Football players run a lot already
 

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Did we lose the number of the dude in the mountains?
 
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