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16 May 2020 23:42 pm:

BomberWells wrote:Excellent news and a bit of perspective


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17 May 2020 00:05 am:

wlatavg006 wrote:674 views and only 4 responses, says it all...................


Actually it doesn't. Not everybody will put up a happy clappy response as it's not needed. Most will digest the good news and move on. Ironically you didn't post a well done,good news post either, choosing to criticise those that did exactly what you did. :roll:
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17 May 2020 06:19 am:

wlatavg006 wrote:674 views and only 4 responses, says it all...................


From a person who has posted 57 times in just under 5.5 years.....says it all

I have no idea what point you were trying to make but notice that your comment was nothing to do with Michael and good news about his recovery.
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17 May 2020 06:21 am:

Great to read this. I wish him well and a speedy recovery
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05 Jun 2020 07:31 am:

Injured Worcester Warriors rugby player Michael Fatialofa has taken another giant step in his incredible recovery, returning to his English home after being released from a spinal care unit. His wife Tatiana took to Twitter to share the news that Fatialofa will return to their home, having been recovering at the Royal Buckinghamshire Hospital for the last five months –

He plans to use the Warriors' facilities and medical staff to help with the next stage of his rehabilitation, with the hope of returning to Auckland at the end of the year. Last month, Fatialofa achieved the great milestone by walking 2.32km unassisted with his rehab friends in just under an hour.

"I'm making lots of progress," he said. “I'm pretty much walking unassisted now. It was uncertain there, for a while, if I was going to be in a wheelchair for life, so I'm grateful for that. "I'm still pretty early in my recovery and I've achieved a lot, but there's still so much to go. I know it's going to be a lifetime thing of constant rehab. That's where I'm at.
"I'm doing all this rehab and I don't know if I'm going to get my hands back. It's a tug of war every day in my mind, but I've got a good support crew."
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05 Jun 2020 07:53 am:

Porky wrote:
wlatavg006 wrote:674 views and only 4 responses, says it all...................


From a person who has posted 57 times in just under 5.5 years.....says it all

I have no idea what point you were trying to make but notice that your comment was nothing to do with Michael and good news about his recovery.

I think the point he was trying to make is pretty damned obvious without the need to make a flippant comment about the number of times he has posted or the good news. It seems people on here would much rather comment/criticise and moan and complain rather than comment on great news stories etc. Sums up SW pretty well I would say. And you wonder why he/she has posted so little in such a long time.
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05 Jun 2020 08:10 am:

GlawsyD wrote:Injured Worcester Warriors rugby player Michael Fatialofa has taken another giant step in his incredible recovery, returning to his English home after being released from a spinal care unit. His wife Tatiana took to Twitter to share the news that Fatialofa will return to their home, having been recovering at the Royal Buckinghamshire Hospital for the last five months –

He plans to use the Warriors' facilities and medical staff to help with the next stage of his rehabilitation, with the hope of returning to Auckland at the end of the year. Last month, Fatialofa achieved the great milestone by walking 2.32km unassisted with his rehab friends in just under an hour.

"I'm making lots of progress," he said. “I'm pretty much walking unassisted now. It was uncertain there, for a while, if I was going to be in a wheelchair for life, so I'm grateful for that. "I'm still pretty early in my recovery and I've achieved a lot, but there's still so much to go. I know it's going to be a lifetime thing of constant rehab. That's where I'm at.
"I'm doing all this rehab and I don't know if I'm going to get my hands back. It's a tug of war every day in my mind, but I've got a good support crew."

That is good news!
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05 Jun 2020 08:12 am:

The very best to him for his continued recovery.
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05 Jun 2020 08:48 am:

Here's to a continuing recovery success story. Great progress so far, guts and glory :)
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06 Jun 2020 09:09 am:

https://twitter.com/tatianafats/status/ ... 64545?s=19

Video of the big man leaving hospital to head home. Fantastic news and great progress!
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