Lallana forced out of England training

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Adam Lallana was one of five England players who missed training on Monday morning as Roy Hodgson began preparations for Wednesday's friendly against Denmark.

Saints midfielder Lallana, Kyle Walker, Andros Townsend, Steven Caulker and John Ruddy all missed the session at Tottenham's training ground.

All five are undergoing recovery work inside the state of the art facility near Enfield. Townsend, Caulker and Ruddy all played on Sunday so they were always likely to miss Monday's session.

Walker reported with his team-mates to the training ground but he was walking gingerly due to a hip injury.

Spurs boss Tim Sherwood said following the 1-0 win over Cardiff that the right-back would not play against the Danes.

Lallana played the whole of Southampton's 3-0 defeat to Liverpool on Saturday but was not deemed fit enough to train with his England team-mates on Monday.

Lallana's team-mate Luke Shaw took part in his first England training session. The 18-year-old could make his international debut at Wembley on Wednesday.

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1:08pm Mon 3 Mar 14

Golden_Salamander says...

I am happy that Adam is sitting out the training sessions. He took a studs down the back of his calf/Achilles on Saturday from one of his rivals, henderson I believe.
I think Adam has done enough already to be on the plane, only an injury can stop him imo.

I hope somebody tells Luke to be careful of any 50/50 hospital passes given to him by teammates of his rivals.
The training / practice games will be more of a danger for Saints players that the game against Denmark because they are probably "too honest" to understand "the rules played by certain clubs's players".
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I am happy that Adam is sitting out the training sessions. He took a studs down the back of his calf/Achilles on Saturday from one of his rivals, henderson I believe. I think Adam has done enough already to be on the plane, only an injury can stop him imo. I hope somebody tells Luke to be careful of any 50/50 hospital passes given to him by teammates of his rivals. The training / practice games will be more of a danger for Saints players that the game against Denmark because they are probably "too honest" to understand "the rules played by certain clubs's players". . . Golden_Salamander
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1:17pm Mon 3 Mar 14

City Saint says...

Golden_Salamander wrote:
I am happy that Adam is sitting out the training sessions. He took a studs down the back of his calf/Achilles on Saturday from one of his rivals, henderson I believe.
I think Adam has done enough already to be on the plane, only an injury can stop him imo.

I hope somebody tells Luke to be careful of any 50/50 hospital passes given to him by teammates of his rivals.
The training / practice games will be more of a danger for Saints players that the game against Denmark because they are probably "too honest" to understand "the rules played by certain clubs's players".
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Well, they probably won't be rougher than the philistines that kicked ten kinds of cr*p out of his when he came through to the first team in the. Championship. He was mauled down there, pretty badly as I recall.

Plus, he survives training with Guly week in, week out, so he's bound to be alright ;)
[quote][p][bold]Golden_Salamander[/bold] wrote: I am happy that Adam is sitting out the training sessions. He took a studs down the back of his calf/Achilles on Saturday from one of his rivals, henderson I believe. I think Adam has done enough already to be on the plane, only an injury can stop him imo. I hope somebody tells Luke to be careful of any 50/50 hospital passes given to him by teammates of his rivals. The training / practice games will be more of a danger for Saints players that the game against Denmark because they are probably "too honest" to understand "the rules played by certain clubs's players". . .[/p][/quote]Well, they probably won't be rougher than the philistines that kicked ten kinds of cr*p out of his when he came through to the first team in the. Championship. He was mauled down there, pretty badly as I recall. Plus, he survives training with Guly week in, week out, so he's bound to be alright ;) City Saint
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3:28pm Mon 3 Mar 14

beanwalking says...

City Saint wrote:
Golden_Salamander wrote:
I am happy that Adam is sitting out the training sessions. He took a studs down the back of his calf/Achilles on Saturday from one of his rivals, henderson I believe.
I think Adam has done enough already to be on the plane, only an injury can stop him imo.

I hope somebody tells Luke to be careful of any 50/50 hospital passes given to him by teammates of his rivals.
The training / practice games will be more of a danger for Saints players that the game against Denmark because they are probably "too honest" to understand "the rules played by certain clubs's players".
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Well, they probably won't be rougher than the philistines that kicked ten kinds of cr*p out of his when he came through to the first team in the. Championship. He was mauled down there, pretty badly as I recall.

Plus, he survives training with Guly week in, week out, so he's bound to be alright ;)
Poor old Guly just cannot get it right
[quote][p][bold]City Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Golden_Salamander[/bold] wrote: I am happy that Adam is sitting out the training sessions. He took a studs down the back of his calf/Achilles on Saturday from one of his rivals, henderson I believe. I think Adam has done enough already to be on the plane, only an injury can stop him imo. I hope somebody tells Luke to be careful of any 50/50 hospital passes given to him by teammates of his rivals. The training / practice games will be more of a danger for Saints players that the game against Denmark because they are probably "too honest" to understand "the rules played by certain clubs's players". . .[/p][/quote]Well, they probably won't be rougher than the philistines that kicked ten kinds of cr*p out of his when he came through to the first team in the. Championship. He was mauled down there, pretty badly as I recall. Plus, he survives training with Guly week in, week out, so he's bound to be alright ;)[/p][/quote]Poor old Guly just cannot get it right beanwalking
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