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Arsenal Star In International Injury

Arsenal Star In International Injury

Arsenal and Sweden's Freddie Ljungberg suffered a calf injury in Sweden's 2-0 win over Spain.

The seriousness of the injury is not yet known but it has been claimed he is 'highly doubtful' for Sweden's next qualifier on Wednesday.

I've not seen the game but apparently Freddie limped off in the second half.

If the winger is not fit to play for his country he will return to his club to continue with treatment in hope he will be fit to face Watford next Saturday.

While Ljungberg is one of our most experienced players, infact the longest serving current player, his position is one that we have fairly well covered and while it's never nice to have an injured player, his absence would not be the end of the world.

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Writer:Rocky7
Date:Sunday October 8 2006
Time: 4:56PM

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Well yeah we do have other players so it wouldn't be the worst, but still not good.
gunner-minesh
08/10/2006 17:06:00
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that is bad but whats the bet you do not make a big deal about unlike a certain newcastle eh ?
dazednconfuzed
08/10/2006 17:09:00
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it is not that much of a disaster you have good cover in depth any way.
jono_forest
08/10/2006 17:16:00
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I wonder if I snap this Blockbuster DVD in half, will they make me pay for it when I take it back!
iceman10
08/10/2006 17:34:00
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The appropriate FA should be made to pay compensation? The club pay the wages why should they be made to suffer?
Cravens
08/10/2006 18:18:00
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It may actually benefit u+s cause it'll give Beast a bit of a run. But I'm still livid! Imagine if that was Gallas/Henry! Imagine if one of them got seriously injured and couldn't play for a month. Why can we not just play club football without any interruptions? In the off season, play internationals. End the club season in early April/ late March. Play international friendlies and cups between May and July. Start the club season again in late August. Done...
Tugboat
08/10/2006 18:34:00
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iceman10 what blockbuster dvd would that be rosie and jim,tots tv,arses finishing 4th?!?
springy
08/10/2006 20:40:00
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no it wud be "chelsea the Wonder years" watch as the mighty blues go over 50 years without winning the league, this DVD will make you laugh and cry at the same time as heroes such as peacock and stein fight in vain for the league championship. This tale of woe includes electric fences and near bankruptcy as the blues struggle to stand on their own 2 feet as a premiership force. Empire Rates it "unmissable" Director steven spielberg informed us "I was goin to include a scene where a russian Billionaire saved them from going out of exsistence but it was too unbelivable to suggest the mighty Chelsea would need help to win a title"
iceman10
08/10/2006 21:15:00
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I know you have seen it Springy! or maybe you are a "new money" chelsea fan and u missed those years!
iceman10
08/10/2006 21:17:00
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LOL...that was funny stuff.
Shinobi
08/10/2006 21:34:00
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