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The Walking Dead

I saw this on the Diablos Facebook page.  HT to Paul Carver for providing this information.  I am going to quote his post as follows:

"FYI We've suffered a few injuries in the past week so it'll be quite a makeshift squad for our next few games. Duri will be out for a month with an ankle injury. Kim jin-kyu will be out for 10 weeks with a torn calf, Osmar will be about for a few weeks with a broken nose and Chu-young will be out for two months with a twisted knee...let's see what some of the reserves can do" 


Again, HT to Paul Carver on the Diablos Facebook page.  
Wow- that is quite an injury list.  There is some discussion on the board as who is to blame- the board or Choi, the coach.  Most fans blame the board, which is fair enough, since they choose who to buy and sell.  


I think it would be unfair to fire Choi at this stage of the game, especially with a significant portion of the first team injured.  However, there were many problems before the injuries occurred, especially with their anemic offense.  I have said it before, and I will say it again, it is going to be a long season.   If Choi makes it into the top 3 again, I will be mighty impressed.  




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