Tuesday, October 7, 2008
This translated web article explains it all too well.
The hangover from the party in Gran Canaria can be hard for Extrugasa. The alarms came on the set vilagarciano when the club's physiotherapist, Mark Dominguez, examined the leg of Tamera Young. In fact, he tried to examine the leg of the U.S. because the pain prevented Marcos almost hit the U.S. So, it touches is a treatment with painkillers and wait to see the evolution of the injury. Anyway, Dominguez, optimistic by nature, not yet declared the red alert and hopes to be able to recover the eaves for the derby that tomorrow will play the box Arousa against Celtic in the flag of Indep Fontecarmoa (21.00).
Young focused on the afternoon of Monday, and before you make the evening work session, the concerns of Extrugasa Isaac Fernandez because he had not received calls from any of his remaining players and this meant that the rest of the touched (Sara, Blake, Zlatanov and Alexis) would be able to participate in the training.
The coup de Young was the only negative news was the debut of lightweight Extrugasa. A debut that ended with victory at home on a runway and further complicated by a tight end, one of the unknowns that it reserved before starting the tournament as young as a template for the vilagarcianas.
...okay, maybe it doesn't explain it all that well. But I don't speak Spanish, so I have to make the best of it.
The impression I'm getting is that Young has pain in her leg which is being managed by painkillers. Hopefully, not fracture-type pain. That has to be one of the hardest parts of being a female pro baller - you end up playing overseas, hurt in a foreign country, and you don't speak the language.