Roo Admits Adelaide Are Investigating Why They're Suffering So Many Soft Tissue Injuries

Seven hamstrings this season.

Roo Admits Adelaide Are Investigating Why They're Suffering So Many Soft Tissue Injuries

Triple M breakfast host and Adelaide Crows board member Mark Ricciuto has admitted that club is investigating why their players are suffering so many soft tissue injuries.

Up to the end of Round 6, the Crows have suffered seven seperate hamstring injuries, including star midfielder Matt Crouch, gun forward Eddie Betts, and North Melbourne recruit Sam Gibson, and captain Taylor Walker admitting to some irritation after Saturday's game against the Suns.

Speaking this morning on his Triple M radio program Roo and Ditts, Ricciuto admitted the club wasn't "happy about it" and were investigating the issue.

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"A lot of players have been underdone and missed a lot of training over the summer," Roo said.

"So it hasn't been a perfect preparation.

"And if you come back underdone and play AFL football at the level it is - which is very, very demanding at the moment - you're body's gonna break down a little bit."

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