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Reece James: I don’t know how long this injury will take. I don’t suffer. But if I try to speed up, it might be a bit risky. I strive every day to improve myself, to do things right and to get back in shape as soon as possible.”

Reece James: I don’t know how long this injury will take. I don’t suffer. But if I try to speed up, it might be a bit risky. I strive every day to improve myself, to do things right and to get back in shape as soon as possible.”

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  1. It’s not worth it for James to pull an Umtiti.

    This England team sucks ass. Not individually speaking, there is a ton of quality in the squad. It’s just the tactical setup makes them so dull. All he would be missing out on is a QF exit, in a WC marred in controversy

  2. I know he’s pretty peak right now, but he’ll be 26 by the time the next one comes around. Imo thats a solid age to be for a good, fit World Cup run.

  3. When he says “continue to work hard” and he’s currently in a brace; what exactly does he mean by this? Isn’t he just supposed to rest and allow it to heal? Is it rehab perhaps?

  4. See Samuel Umtiti for reference.

    World Cup champ, sure, but his career is never going to recover again. And so young, too.

  5. Heard diego costa’s in england with a private stash of horse placentas…

  6. Keep it in perspective Reece, don’t risk your career and future world cups for this one.

    I’m sure he and the team are being sensible and this will only make him stronger in the long run mentally

  7. Must be devastating to miss out on a world cup, but potentially risking your knee long term is probably not too wise, especially when the doctors aren’t really giving him much encouragement from what he’s saying.

  8. – You are more gutted in the early stages of the injury and then you have to get your head around it. I don’t know when I will be able to run again. I ask that question every day but the medical team do not give many answers.”

    – You don’t go from walking to running. That is a difficult thing about injuries — you have to do it in stages, so I have to start running in the pool first. Hopefully, this will be in the coming days.”

    – Each day, I come in and get assessed and then I go on electric machines and receive therapy. I go to the gym and the pool. After that, more treatment.”

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