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Henry Running A Health Risk

Thierry Henry's doctor has spoken out about the possibility of Thierry Henry suffering a reaccurance of his achilles injury after he said the best thing the Arsenal captain could do was rest.

Professor Nicola Muffulli gave his view to the News of the World,

''The problem for Thierry was not an inflammation of his Achilles but the fact that it was not repairing itself sufficiently between matches.''

''What Thierry needed was really a summer of rest but, of course, he is placing the tendon under further stress. 'This could affect his pre-season preparation and ultimately his ability to get ready for the start of the new season.''

''Arsenal originally came to me because they were having trouble coming up with a solution for Thierry's problem.''

''I was able to come up with a range of therapies to try and rehabilitate his ankle. My methods allowed him to return last season and return to his best form.''

Henry fired France into the semi finals of the world cup last night scoring the winner against Brazil.




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Writer: Rocky7 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday July 2 2006

Time: 4:04PM

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I read this on the news of the world and it also said that henry might miss the startof the season what a blow that will be especially if he misses against man utd.
kenyanrudeboy
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02/07/2006 17:24:00

it cold mean a disastrous start without him...
ryder87
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02/07/2006 17:42:00

Why do you not just invest in another decent striker - Van Persie is good, but you need another 15-20 seasoner to compete. and u wonder why people call u a one man team ?
Boony
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04/07/2006 15:26:00

 

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