We've fielded a very consistent starting eleven so far this season, and aside from Ayeh who was injury prone before we'd even signed him, we've experienced little to no problems with injuries. In past seasons it's felt like we've always had 2-3 injured for any given game, yet now that just isn't happening. What do you think the difference has been? A backroom of staff from top European clubs (Porto/Valencia) with a clear attention to detail in every aspect? An increased importance on recruiting industry experts of analytics? Or the unconventional approaches of Antonio Dias (some of which we've seen prematch)? All of the above? Is one more important than the others? or is it just down to pure luck and merely a coincidence?