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Injury News Update

In today's press conference Arsene Wenger reveled which players are injured and not taking part in tomorrows game.

Arsenal have had a massive list of injuries this season, with some key players missing.

Dennis Bergkamp is the new addition to the list with a groin problem.

Wenger revealed which other players were out.

“Dennis is out with a tight groin, we also have out Ashley Cole, Gael Clichy, Pascal Cygan, Lauren, Sol Campbell and Freddie Ljungberg.”

Although Sol Campbell and Freddie Ljungberg could be ready in time for Wednesday's trip to Turin.




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Writer: Rocky7 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday March 31 2006

Time: 5:20PM

Your Comments

well we coped without this lot against Juventus, we (hopefully!!) can cope against Villa!! (famous last words!)
itsup4grabsnow
Fabregas got injured today! anynews on that as he's a vital player for turin!
gunner-minesh
Eboue got injured aswell. Apparently he is 50-50 for wednesday. Not sure about Fabregas, Apparently his foot has really swollen up and they are waiting to see if it is an exploded vein or from the bone. It would be a shame if he didn't get to play against Juve
jsimmon6
I don't think we have major problems as long as they arnt long term problems. Diaby will cover Cesc quite adequatley!!
Rocky7
It's a blow, but I think we can beat Juve without Cesc or Eboue. Confidence is so high, that anyone coming in can't help but play well (eg. V Persie or Diaby)
pitythefool
 

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