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Eduardo: Returning Players Could Be The Key

After successfully completing a comeback from his horrific broken leg, Arsenal striker Edurado says other returning absentees can see the Gunners propel themselves to the top three.

The North London outfit have been battling Villa for fourth spot for most of the season after suffering severe bouts of injury and mediocrity, but with many key players seemingly returning just as we get into the business end of the season, the gutsy forward believes we can surpass not only Villa but Chelsea or Liverpool too (Man Utd are a shoe-in for the title aren't they?)

'There are a lot of great players coming back now - Walcott, Fabregas, Tomas Rosicky and Adebayor - and it will be okay. I think we can be in the top three in the Premier League.' Dudu told ATVO.

With the Mickey's facing United this weekend and a trip to Anfield still to come, maybe Eddie could be right?




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Writer: Rocky7 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday March 13 2009

Time: 9:12AM

Your Comments

i really hope you do go on to get that 4th spot ahead of villa lad,they showed disrespect to the uefa cup with the squad they sent out so i really wish you all the best for the rest of the season...well apart from when we play you obviously.
bluemooner_mcfc
i really hope you do go on to get that 4th spot ahead of villa lad,they showed disrespect to the uefa cup with the squad they sent out so i really wish you all the best for the rest of the season...well apart from when we play you obviously.
bluemooner_mcfc
Thankyou very much Bluemooner but we will settle for 3rd or even 2nd.Its not totally out of the question !!
radarman
Thankyou very much Bluemooner but we will settle for 3rd or even 2nd.Its not totally out of the question !!
radarman
 

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