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Ok, So I'm A Jinx

As those of you who aren't a goldfish will remember, yesterday I posted an article about the injury crisis coming to an end, well folks, guess what..........that's right, two more absentee's for the Fulham game.

Bobby Pires an Manuel Almunia have both been forced out of the squad to face Fulham with seperate problems.

Almunia has brusied knuckles, while Le Bob has a dose of the flu.

“Pires is coming back from the flu and will not be involved,” said Wenger. “But it should not be a problem for Wednesday [against Real Madrid].

“Almunia has a slight knock, a problem with his hand and knuckles.”

So I'll apologise now, and promise not to do it again.




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The Journalist

Writer: Rocky7 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday March 3 2006

Time: 10:04PM

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That will teach him to stop doing his ape impressions. They are crap anyway.
IanBoydon
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03/03/2006 22:50:00

I actually think Almunia has played extremly well in the few matches that he has been called into action. I have much more confidence in him these days.
Rocky7
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03/03/2006 23:13:00

End of the tunnel? We are stuck in the middle of it more like.
HK_Gunner
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04/03/2006

It seems to go in circles! we get someone back and lose someone at the same time!
itsup4grabsnow
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04/03/2006 02:48:00

How I wish we could have a production line of players scoring goals instead of this line of injuries.
HK_Gunner
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04/03/2006 10:38:00

 

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