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Peter Hill-Wood Suffers Heart Attack

Peter Hill-Wood Suffers Heart Attack

Arsenal Chairman, Peter Hill-Wood, is in hospital recovering from a heart attack.

The old Etonian suffered the heart attack following a bout of pneumonia and not as a direct result of yesterdays abject performance as some Gooners might have you believe.

Arsenal.com are reporting that Hill-Wood is on his way making a good recovery in hospital.

Everyone at Vital Arsenal would like to wish Peter well.



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Writer:Rocky7
Date:Sunday December 2 2012
Time: 10:56AM

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Hope it is not a major one there. Get well soon, PH-W.
Naijagunner
02/12/2012 13:41:00
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Our treatment team says he'll be out for 'about 3 weeks'.
Amos.
02/12/2012 17:09:00
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Lol like he'd put his well being in the hands of those chancers. Get well soon P-Dog.
nikolaijns
02/12/2012 18:02:00
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LOL Amos!
Scotch Eggs Rule
02/12/2012 20:35:00
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Amos! Behave!! ;-)
Naijagunner
02/12/2012 21:42:00
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Glad to see noone on here has sunk to the depths of some hideous Gooners wishing for the death of PHW because of the current state of our football club. Seriously ... get some perspective.
Rocky7
03/12/2012 10:55:00
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Glad to see the old dog is recovering. Get well soon PHW.
Sajit
04/12/2012 05:30:00
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