injury-prone

injury-prone

adj
often sustaining injuries
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injury-prone

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MANCHESTER CITY'S Gabriel Jesus show he isn't injury-prone - and is ready to lead Brazil's fearsome at the World Cup.
The injury-prone pacer will be looking prolong his international career with a solid performance in the PSL.
Injury-prone Irfan was stopped from participating in any Ramazan tournament as Waqar called him back to the national cricket academy to concentrate on fitness.
Injury-prone Irfan was stopped from participating in any Ramazan tournament as coach Waqar Younis called him back to the national cricket academy to concentrate on fitness.
The England international was branded injury-prone and his career as a capable defender shrugged off by all and sundry.
Injury-prone Moody picked up a knee strain against Wales a fortnight ago but is confident of being fit to make the trip to New Zealand.
com, Carpio, who plays the mythical figure Arachne in the injury-prone show, is suffering from whiplash.
You can't have a skipper who is injury-prone and is going to be in and out of the side like Ferdinand.
Following superb performances in 2006 that saw him climb to a career-high number eight, Baghdatis had an injury-prone 2008 that eventually led to his fall down the rankings.
Tigers boss Nigel Pearson told Bullard he should leave but the player knocked back a one-off payment of pounds 250,000 to sweeten his switch to Parkhead The injury-prone midfielder demanded pounds 75,000 a week to go to Neil Lennon's side with Celtic picking up pounds 30,000 of his salary.
Injury-prone Ledley King is 2-7 with Paddy Power to be in the official 23-man squad after continued support, while Jamie Carragher has apparently been coaxed out of international retirement to the extent he is 1-4 to be included to make the final cut.
Which injury-prone TV presenter said he is struggling to get insurance for a skiing holiday?