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Reyes To Miss Newcastle Trip

Jose Antonio Reyes will miss the Premier League clash with Newcastle at St James' Park on Saturday after picking up a thigh injury in last nights 0-0 draw with Ajax.

Reyes beat the Ajax man to the ball, but was sent sprawling to the ground after taking a knee to the leg. Reyes dusted himself down to carry on, but was substituted ten minutes later.

Wenger said 'He will be out certainly for Saturday, but for much longer? I don't think so.'





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Date:Thursday December 8 2005

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