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Amazing Eduardo Back In Training

Amazing Eduardo Back In Training

An astonishing video has hit the interweb with footage of Arsenal striker Eduardo back in training.

A little over 3 months ago, Eduardo suffered a leg break, so horrific that most television companies refused to show it, by the feet of Birmingham 'gentle giant' Martin Taylor.

Amazingly Eduardo's recovery is well on it's way and now a video has been released of the Crozillian going through some pretty rigorous training I must say.

Many people, including myself, thought Eduardo's career was well and truly over after making the wrong decision to look at images of Eduardo's injury.

The news of Eddie's swift return to training will warm the hearts of all Gooners, indeed football fans in general.

Click here to view Eddie in training

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Writer:Rocky7
Date:Saturday May 31 2008
Time: 12:53PM

Comments

0
I would walk 500 miles... Great player and a great guy!
Goofle
31/05/2008 13:00:00
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If the stories that he can resume full training at the beginning of August are true, having only been out for less than 6 months then he will have lost very little. He could be back in full action as early as October. That has to be excellent news for the club and, in many ways more importantly, for him.
Amos.
31/05/2008 13:01:00
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This is amazing! was just watching the video and it really is unbelievable to thionk he is back training after that horric injury, seems the kinda guy that will be back and better then ever! i really hope he does ... he is a great lad and a great player!
Achilles
31/05/2008 13:11:00
0
Sweet Jesus,thats great news!
ajwb
31/05/2008 13:11:00
0
The most positive thing for me was his body language. His movements and facial expressions showed me one of the most determind son's of bitchies around. Can't wait to see you back Eddie!!
Rocky7
31/05/2008 13:15:00
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Thank God he's such a strong boy! We knew he's made of very stern stuff and would come back didn't we? Even for an optimist like me, his progress is nothing short of amazing!
Lou the Gunneress
31/05/2008 13:24:00
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And poor Tomas and Robin must be very jealous..
Lou the Gunneress
31/05/2008 13:28:00
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impressive recovery... it speaks volumes for his strength of mind and how positive he was when he came out of hospital... he should be sprinting in 3-4 months but i'd rather he came back in the new year.. he and us can't afford to take any risk...
Gael-Force
31/05/2008 13:40:00
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incredible - i too was one of those that thought he would do well to play again but he 'might' even play again before the year ends, quite abit before the end of it aswell maybe, which would be a remarkable recovery. good luck to him.
pompeyrug
31/05/2008 13:41:00
0
that is quite amazing and i can't wait to see him next season!
t3wbaca2
31/05/2008 13:50:00
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