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#1 - youthhh **User deleted account**
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#13 to #1 - andyhuber
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#15 to #1 - thenameschuck
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(04/01/2013) [-]
What about th guy in soccer who got his face/throat impaled by kleets
#26 to #15 - youthhh **User deleted account**
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#45 to #26 - munzaak
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(04/01/2013) [-]
Who is this guy?
#46 to #45 - youthhh **User deleted account**
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#38 to #26 - magikarpforlife
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(04/01/2013) [-]
thats what the post is... cant tell if youre being sarcastic or not...
#40 to #38 - youthhh **User deleted account**
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#42 to #40 - magikarpforlife
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ah, okay i get it now.
#30 to #26 - thenameschuck
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Yea, watched a video on youtube
#39 to #1 - magikarpforlife
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believe it or not, he is lucky that it was not his knee, because it wouldve taken a lot longer to recover. It still looks very painful. Watch scarred, they have worse injuries, but most people deserve it anyway.
#41 to #39 - magikarpforlife
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most of the people on scarred i mean. This guy did not deserve that at all
#58 to #1 - anon
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my friend had some sort of similar injury...
it took him 18-24months to be able to play football/soccer again and he still has to wear extra protection to make sure his wound ( where the bone came out) opens again...
#59 to #58 - youthhh **User deleted account**
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#3 to #1 - KayRed
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I find it hard to feel bad for some one who's education was entirely payed for because they play a game, and while I hope his leg does get better so he can play again, I hope he didn't waste the golden educational opportunity he was given.
#4 to #3 - youthhh **User deleted account**
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#5 to #4 - KayRed
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That is it, but I'm speaking solely on athletic education. A lot of schools really don't give a **** about their athletes educations, and a lot of athletes also don't give a ****. Their lack of interest in education isn't unreasonable, especially with their potential paydays when they make pro, but as you can see by this guy, making the pros doesn't always happen. (Ofcourse this is a huge generalization. My school, for example, is supposed to be one of the best when it comes to athlete education).
#6 to #5 - youthhh **User deleted account**
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#7 to #6 - KayRed
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That guy was supposed to be the best player they had...
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#33 to #5 - footballmaster
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I'm sure most schools don't give a **** about their athletes education, but for the most part, student athletes have fairly high GPA's. I'm sure most of them know they won't go pro, so it's nice to have that degree to fall back on if things don't work out.
#65 to #33 - KayRed
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One problem that I've heard of is athletes only taking ******** classes in a ******** major, so they can keep their GPA up. Granted, those are probably the ones who are definitely making the pros.
#14 to #1 - andyhuber ONLINE
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my friend on facebook posted this, after making a comment about how much worse it could be than a broken leg

WARNING: VERY GRAPHIC

www.youtube.com/watch?v=icJgO6j1y_E
#23 to #14 - youthhh **User deleted account**
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#2 - finalkai
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#35 - weefee
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#36 to #35 - weefee
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His wife
#37 to #36 - weefee
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(04/01/2013) [-]
His son, Monroe
#16 - portugaltheman
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(04/01/2013) [-]
SICK
#51 to #16 - sanguinesolitude
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#57 - drdiddly
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#47 - anbieter ONLINE
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#55 - moustachemustache
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We were watching it live yesterday. I wasn't paying attention so I didn't understand why all of the players were on the ground crying an such. Then they showed the replay. No more sports for me.
We were watching it live yesterday. I wasn't paying attention so I didn't understand why all of the players were on the ground crying an such. Then they showed the replay. No more sports for me.
#44 - mkchillin
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(04/01/2013) [-]
fukin related
#48 to #44 - herculespower
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(04/01/2013) [-]
thats exactly how I felt
#31 - trojanmannn
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(04/01/2013) [-]
I feel like hockey and football players get hurt more often, but actual basketball and soccer (football) injuries are more brutal. So many compound fractures in soccer.
#53 to #31 - unholyjebus
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Depends how you look at it. I think Hockey, American Handegg and Rugby there's more danger due to the fact that upper body injuries are generally more serious which can be seen as more brutal. In Basketball and Football, there are a lot of flying limbs so naturally you will get more visually gruesome injuries.
#70 to #53 - trojanmannn
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I play football personally, and when someone actually gets hurt, they get really ******* hurt. usually torn/ripped muscles or broken bones. I feel like in american football there are a lot of sprains, back and neck injuries, and concussions.
#61 to #31 - eternalvoid
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as an ambunance man, ice hockey players have (at least in my country) the statistically highest "chance" of an injury.

Someone got a puck right into the earlobe... cutting it right off
#68 to #61 - highest
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i have a chance of an injury D:!
#9 - flipkore
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(04/01/2013) [-]
Thought it said SEE YOU IN HEIL and was expecting a hitler post