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St Andrews Medics Were 'Outstanding'

St Andrews Medics Were 'Outstanding'

Arsene Wenger sayings the medical team at St Andrew's were 'outstanding' and ferociously denied any rumours that he was in anyway unhappy with the treatment Eduardo received after breaking his leg.

Rumour also had it that the Crozillian had to undergo a second operation, this was also denied by the Arsenal gaffer.

'No, he did not need a second operation at all,' said Wenger on Arsenal TV. 'I don't know where that story came from but it is completely untrue.

'And we were completely happy with the support we got from Birmingham. That story is untrue as well. They were outstanding. Those rumours are completely false. All I can really do is deny it vigorously. It is just untrue.'



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Writer:Rocky7
Date:Friday March 7 2008
Time: 2:51PM

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Rumour also has it that Taylor is a nice young chap who loves Jesus, his mommy, rainbows, unicorns and small furry puppies; and he would NEVER lunge at an opponent studs up with such negligent intent. Ah rumours.....*sigh*
SUX2BU
07/03/2008 16:01:00
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Media in bull*****ting shocker! Did anyone else hear Eduardo say in an interview in Croatia that Taylor didn't visit him at all?
Little Dutch
07/03/2008 16:15:00
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Oh and speaking of media ***** stirrers, this has to be seen http://www.onlinegooner.com/exclusive/index.php?id=552
Little Dutch
07/03/2008 16:33:00
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LD did some paper report that Eduardo did say that taylor did not visit?
Armory
07/03/2008 16:50:00
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Apparently that was what he said in a Croatian interview. But it could be a mistranslation I guess.
Little Dutch
07/03/2008 16:59:00
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I swear I saw an interview where it had said that Eduardo had had a visit from Taylor who had apologized to him and Eduardo had forgiven him... But then - you can't trust the media. But to be back on topic: it is great when teams really do work hard to help those who are hurt. Like in the Carling Cup last year - your medical staff were at JT's side as quickly as ours. When it's about something serious, rivalries are put aside, and that's the way it should be.
The_Legend_Of_Zola
07/03/2008 18:35:00
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I also read the Croatian interview with Dudu stating that Taylor never showed up at the hospital, but It's hard to say even if it was a legitimate interview....that's the problem, they print so much a$$ gravy, no one knows what to believe!!
SUX2BU
07/03/2008 19:34:00
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Athough they are saying about St Andrews medics were outstanding. What about Gary Lewin, what a top bloke. He deserves great credit.
goonerbird85
07/03/2008 20:57:00
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good to hear that medics are being quick to respond when they are required too well done that team
ozanne park rangers
08/03/2008 05:52:00
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sepp blatter keep your big fat nose out. power trip comes to mind stick to ruining the rest of football
mick66owl
08/03/2008 06:52:00
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