Dyer hits out at Hammers

16 July 2011 10:47
QPR new boy Kieron Dyer has hit out at former club West Ham for their medical treatment during his injury-ravaged spell at Upton Park.[LNB] Dyer has joined Premier League new boys QPR on a free transfer after being released by West Ham earlier this summer.[LNB]The 32-year-old endured an injury-hit four seasons at Upton Park and he has blamed some of his fitness problems on the bad advice he got from the club's medical team.[LNB]"It's very frustrating when you're doing all you can to get fit but you're being told the wrong information," Dyer told the Daily Express. [LNB]"Two seasons ago I was out with a hamstring injury for almost the whole season. I kept coming back on advice but kept pulling my hamstring. I went to see a specialist who said 'You've got a big piece of scar tissue in your leg. Break it down and you'll never have a hamstring problem again'. [LNB]"I broke that down and what happened? I never had a hamstring problem again.[LNB]"It's frustrating when you're doing everything you're told to do but you're being misdiagnosed, so you're doing all the rehab but you're doing the wrong rehab," he said. [LNB]"You come back and break down again and you go and see another specialist and they say, 'Why have you been doing that?' That happened a number of times where I lost months and months of the season."

Source: Team_Talk