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Ryo Miyaichi Loaned To Bolton

In what appears to be the complete polar opposite of the last time we were subjected to Sky Sports News day, the only apparent transfer news is that of the loaning of exciting youngster Ryo Miyaichi to Bolton Wanderers.

This will be Miyaichi`s second loan period as an Arsenal player, but unlike most Gooners who go out on loan this is not the death rattle of his career in North London, indeed we`re all looking forward to seeing what he can do with a susstained run of games.

The last Arsenal youngster to go on loan to Bolton was Jack Wilshere and I think we can all agree if we can get a similar outcome (improving the players player rather than becoming injury prone) then I think we can all agree it will be time well spent.




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Writer: Rocky7 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday January 31 2012

Time: 6:50PM

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Best of luck Ryo
Sajit
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31/01/2012 18:57:00

Best of luck to the young man. Rocky, can you tell me who the **** is Thoma Eisfeld? Don't we need defensive cover - lb and rb, rather than another midfielder?
e dubbz
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31/01/2012 19:19:00

With both Sagna and Gibbs returning to action the defence looks a lot better (assuming they both don't get injured).
Rocky7
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31/01/2012 20:12:00

That's a pretty big assumption WRT Gibbs. Sadly.
elbondo
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04/02/2012 02:57:00

Jan 2010- Wilshere on loan to Bolton Jan 2012- Ryo on loan to Bolton Is Owen Coyle being groomed for the manager's chair at Arsenal by taking over youth development?
elbondo
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04/02/2012 03:00:00

 

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