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Arsenal's Alex Hleb I.I.A.

Alex Hleb is set to miss Arsenal's clash with Wigan at Ashburton Grove on Saturday as the great international curse strikes again.

Hleb, arguably Arsenal's best player so far this season, was hauled off at half time after suffering an injury to a unknown part of his anatomy.

The Belarusian coach give his prognosis. "Hleb could miss up to two weeks."

Hleb is set to join five other Gooners on the sidelines. Although the news coming from Arsenal.com is not yet available, Hleb, van Persie & Cesc (along with others) will all be missing.

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Writer:Rocky7
Date:Thursday November 22 2007
Time: 5:39PM

Comments

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add to that abou diaby (back) and gilberto (fatigue) .. flamini too and hleb's thigh is injured
yazz
22/11/2007 17:56:00
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sorry i meant flamini thigh and alex hamstring injuries .. just saw it on arsenal.com
yazz
22/11/2007 17:57:00
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Jeez, our central midfield has taken quite a hammering. Who'll play? Denilson & ...........
Rocky7
22/11/2007 18:00:00
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The whole midfield is looking thin. Denilson, Diarra, Rosicky & Eboue look as though they will be all we will have. Gilberto & Song making the bench maybe. Walcott for one of the wide positions?
Amos.
22/11/2007 18:25:00
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Diarra, of course. I keep forgetting about him.
Rocky7
22/11/2007 18:26:00
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Yeah Diarra, I keep forgetting about him too, I even forget what he looks like.
Professor Calculus
22/11/2007 19:09:00
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he's a younger twin to Makelele - but looks different - but could play in the same way as him - even though the French use him at RB and we will use him as DM. Simple eh?
michael105uk
22/11/2007 19:17:00
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Interesting midfield choices for Le Boss on Saturday. It's Wigan at home, but you can't take it for granted what with their off the field problems. Usual back four, I'd like to see Eduardo and Ade up front. Eboue, Diarra playing Flamini's role, Denilson and Tomas making the midfield four. Mad Jens, Senderos (back according to arsenal.com), Theo, Bendtner and who knows which unknown midfielder we have available to complete the 5 subs.
michael105uk
22/11/2007 19:24:00
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we still look strong even with all these players missing
fran merida
22/11/2007 19:46:00
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I agree with Fran, I'm looking forward to seeing Diarra, he's really impressed me in his limited outings. This is why a big squad is crucial, we've lost all those players and yet can field Eboue, Diarra, Denilson and Rosicky, that's still pretty strong.
Little Dutch
22/11/2007 19:54:00
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