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Gibbs Returns To Training

Kieran Gibbs has returned to full training with the first team after three months on the sidelines.

Speaking to arsenal.com Wenger was pleased to welcome him back, even though it will be a few weeks before he can be in contention for the league.

'He had a normal training session yesterday. He is still short to play now but it is good to have him back and I think one or two more weeks practice will get him back to being available again. That is very positive.'

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Writer: Arsenal Site Staff Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday January 31 2012

Time: 9:17PM

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Sure would be nice if he can stay fit for a while. Not having a specialist left back (or right back until recently) has really hurt us at both ends of the pitch. Personally I prefer Santos but he's out for a few more months, and Gibbs is pretty good.
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