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Bert Back In The Team, van Persie Ok

After the crappy news of William Gallas's injury earlier today, we have at last, had some good news.

Gilberto has returned from his time with his family in Brazil and Robin van Persie injury has been brushed off as nothing by Arsene Wenger.

Wenger also indicated Bert will start the match against Hamburg.

"Robin van Persie`s injury is not serious at all and Gilberto is back in the squad. He has returned from Brazil. He had a family problem but it is sorted out. I have to decide yet but I think he will start."

I hope thats cheered everyone up a little bit.




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Writer: Rocky7 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday November 20 2006

Time: 3:47PM

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i wonder what the family problem was - hope it wasnt anythgin too serious. Glad to have the inviible wall back, along with camp freddie!!! AND RVP back and able to play too!!! black monday is averted... »»Arsene Knows««
Wingston75
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20/11/2006 16:00:00

great to have Gilberto and RVP back, now just hope that rosicky and gallas get back to fitness in time for the chelsea clash..
luckys_10
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20/11/2006 16:00:00

yeah but w75, the loss of gallas is a big blow, just hope he can shrug off this injury, the same way he did earlier this season, cuz i really want him to make the spurs and chelsea games..
luckys_10
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20/11/2006 16:04:00

true, luckys_10. however i hope that the talenmts of djourou and senderos can combine to help fill the gap left by gallas's absence. »»Arsene Knows««
Wingston75
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20/11/2006 16:09:00

what about rosicky, i think he is a major key for us, we have a much better forward movement when he plays.
PUREGOLD
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20/11/2006 16:45:00

He should be back but we'll find out soon I guess, Gallas is still a major loss, hisexperience in the back four was vital but toure is the best still and guess a young player can go their.
gunner-minesh
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20/11/2006 18:43:00

I think, overall we are ok. Gallas and Rociskya are blows, but we have their positions covered (I'm not saying Djourou/Senderos are as good :), while allowing us to play our natural game. I'm looking fwd to see who arsene will play instead of Gallas. I would prefer Senderos though Djourou is also promising. Good to know Gilberto is back, will make the loss of Billy and Tomas a little bearable,
prits
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21/11/2006 13:08:00

 

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