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Arsenal's Euro Squad: Henry Out.

Arsenal captain Thierry Henry will miss the opening Champions League group game with Hamburg tomorrow after suffering a 'slight injury'.

The French talisman suffered the injury in training but it's not a serious problem and it is hoped Henry will be back to face Man Utd on Sunday.

Theo Walcott has been called back into the squad whilst not surpirisingly Gallas and Baptista retain their places.

Squad to face Hamburg

Jens Lehmann
Manuel Almunia
William Gallas
Kolo Toure
Johan Djourou
Emmanuel Eboue
Justin Hoyte
Cesc Fabregas
Alex Song
Freddie Ljungberg
Gilberto
Mathieu Flamini
Alexander Hleb
Julio Baptista
Theo Walcott
Tomas Rosicky
Robin van Persie
Emmanuel Adebayor




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Writer: Rocky7 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday September 12 2006

Time: 2:22PM

Your Comments

do we always have to have a jynx on henry. . . this takes us back to last seasons start of champions league. . . NO henry. he better be fit for manchester united !
abdleb
Still looks a very strong squad, even without the maestro in it.
sandgroanun
Well looking at how last season's CL went, i don't mind the "not Henry" bit" in the beginning at all.
Gaga
We will be fine. We have more than enough fire power to score a goal or two. Beast upfront anyone?
Rocky7
I wouldn't mind that, I just hope he'll be fit for sunday, he said 2-3 days but you never know.
gunner-minesh
Like the idea of having the beast upfront...could be an interesting combo between him and RVP/Adebayor with young theo backing up...No Henry,No problem...
jess_farenesh
Now its up to Baptista sto show this powerfull skills!!!!!!!!
BerNic
hmmm, is it that Wenger thinks we have enough to beat hamburg and that he wants henry fresh for sunday perhaps ? we have seen him do this before, rest certain players with other games coming up.
PUREGOLD
 

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