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Eboue Eyes Big Game Comeback

Arsenal's injured right back Manu Eboue will look to make his comeback against League Title hopeful's, Manchester United in Sunday's massive tie at Ashburton Grove.

Eboue has been out of action since Arsenal cameback to draw 2-2 with Portsmouth 6 million years ago, and now the Ivorian international looks to comeback with a bang.

'I have been injured since the game against Portsmouth and when I trained I was still feeling it a little bit,' Eboue said

'But I am hoping to be back for the game against Manchester United. I really, really want to play in that game.'




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Date:Tuesday January 16 2007

Time: 7:05PM

Your Comments

I think it would be good to have him back, but if he hasnt had any match fitness or still not 100%, then we should definately start with Hoyte. Good to see he's in contention again though...keep Hoyte on his toes!
h57ben
arsenal r *****e so he cant move to them
Adilsking
I think some people have been unfairly critical of him...when he's fully fit he undoubtedly provides us with another attacking dimension and can combine with Hleb to devastating effect
Anon 1
absolutely anon. we need aboue coz the right side doesnt look the same without him. i like hoyte who can probably cope but he doesnt bring the same penetration to our attacks. and it will be interesting to see ronaldo and eboue on the same turf, what with their reputations :).
prits
Thought Eboue coped well against ronaldo at old trafford and hopefully he and Hleb can keep him pinned back and limit his threat
Anon 1
hope he makes it, hoyte won't be able to cope up with rooney and co.
luckys_10
I just hope he behaves this time.... By the way, anyone liked the look of Armund Traore (sp) againt Scouser kids? His attitude was spot on, he and Gael, together with Eboue and Hoyte I think is out WB's sorted for the next decade.
michael105uk
Eboue will certainly be an assset in the sunday game.I do hope that he will be back. ldb
ldb
 

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