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Djourou & Gallas To Face Charlton?

Arsene Wenger has revealed that at least one of the duo (Gallas & Djourou) who were injured in the Champions League last week will be fit to play Charlton at the Valley today, possibly both.

Johan Djourou suffered a reoccurance of his injury in the warm up to the Porto game and didn't take part, whereas Gallas played a stomping 89 minutes and pulled up in the last straight when his hamstring twanged for no real reason.

Well now it appears that the pair are fast healers and face fitness tests ahead of todays clash.

Wenger said, 'William is travelling and will have a fitness test tomorrow,'

'The scan looks quite positive and his injury looks OK so I am very happy. Johan Djourou is travelling too so one of the two will play.'




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Writer: Rocky7 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Saturday September 30 2006

Time: 1:12PM

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but it does say that one of the two wil play so maybe hes already not planning to play both, just who comes out better.
abdleb
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30/09/2006 13:24:00

Yeah I realised that as soon as I pressed the "publish" button, I'm just too lazy to re-write it.....:P
Rocky7
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30/09/2006 13:33:00

Well, they both played :P
Rocky7
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30/09/2006 17:14:00

Did both of the players play the full 90 minutes or got subbed off?
jono_forest
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01/10/2006 08:13:00

Havent seen the highlights yet, cant wait as i have heard soooooo much about RVP goal and i have seen it and whoa !!!
red_chattey
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01/10/2006 21:27:00

Good to note that Billy's injury didn't keep him that long. Great news.
SWPACIFIC
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01/10/2006 23:19:00

 

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