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Robin Van Persie will not be flying out to join the rest of the Dutch squad as they embark on the first of their two matches during the international break, so say TEAMtalk.

But fret not - RvP's not taking his Bergy similarities to new levels by following DB10's phobia of flying, he's merely suspended for the first of the two matches, and would rather stay at home and watch the match on the gogglebox (what my nan used to call the telly) - possibly with a packet of bourbon biscuits and a nice mug of cocoa. Robin was unavailable to clarify the 'match-snacks' situation at the time of writing. Robin told RTV Rijnmond:

On Saturday I will sit in front of the TV just like a normal fan, I hope they will do well. Maybe I will wear an orange shirt and cap.

Our Dutch master will, however, be joining up with his compatriots for the 2nd of the two games, against Slovenia in Eindhoven, next wednesday.



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Writer:Wingston
Date:Wednesday October 10 2007
Time: 3:57PM

Comments

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This is good, he gets a bit of rest and can come back strong for Bolton.
prits
10/10/2007 16:31:00
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Still can't get over his free kick goal...I literally shake my head every time I see it.
Shinobi
10/10/2007 16:42:00
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We have to be top of the 'headline' league.
hatespur
10/10/2007 16:43:00
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You'll all get fecked off with my headlines soon :-)

I know what you mean Shinobi - I have to keep watchign that free kick, it's simply incredible, the pace it trasvels at, and the way it slams down off the crossbar. Simply brilliant!
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Wingston75
10/10/2007 16:48:00
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Shinobi it's more than your head because the crossbar is still shaking.
Armory
10/10/2007 20:20:00
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one less who can get injured. I'm happy for the guys, but we have 5 players in the france squad, even Clichy and Flamini were selected. I hope they all come back fit
afri-gooner
10/10/2007 20:22:00
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Good too many of our players are off to international duty.
AB_Arsenal
11/10/2007 02:03:00
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