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Get Well Soon Sir Bobby

Vital Arsenal would like to wish Sir Bobby Robson a speedy recovery.

Bobby Robson was omitted to hospital for surgery on a tumour in his head but suffered complications. Reports suggest that Mr Robson subsequently lost movement in his left leg as a result of the surgery but he is now stable and in high spirits.

Bobby Robson is probably the most likeable person in football and has not only provided many England fans with some glorious footballing memories, but also some smiles along the way.

Get Well Soon Sir Bobby.




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Writer: Rocky7 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday August 31 2006

Time: 7:00PM

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It puts into perspective all the transfer madness we are going crazy over.
Rocky7
totally. A much loved man, even when he rants about the club dear to your heart. I'm sure 'Kevin' Dyer would wish him well. Get well soon, Sir Bobby. mind you, as for putting football into perspective, can we all stop bombing the s**t out of each other, large nuclear armed empirical countries stop invading smaller ones to nick their oil, and religious extremists stop informing it is righteous to maim people? Rant aside, I wish the man well, an extremely loveable character, and one hell of a manager... »»Arsene Knows««
Wingston75
Here here. Get well soon Sir Bobby.
Little Dutch
good shout Paul, one of the true football gentry, get well soon Bobby
jim_the_gooner
with nothing more to be said that has not been already, Get well soon Sir Bobby
ArsenalRob
 

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