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Arsenal Winger Out

Freddie Ljungberg is set to miss Arsenal's home game with Man City through injury.

Ljungberg has become perilously injury prone over the last 3-4 years, and is once again ruled out after picking up a hamstring injury in the important victory over arch-bogeys, Bolton.

Wenger delivered the news, 'We lost Freddie Ljungberg on Saturday with a hamstring injury but everybody else should be available,'

'There will not be too much rotation I think. We feel that stability is important at the moment.'

'We are not in other competitions and we know we have a breather before the Tottenham game. Therefore I feel it is important to gain a little bit of stability at the moment.'




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The Journalist

Writer: Rocky7 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday April 16 2007

Time: 10:52PM

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If the Beast doesnt Start 2moro I would suggest he gets the tenants out of his Madrid apartment ASAP.
iceman10
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16/04/2007 23:07:00

shame, he had the his best game of his season on saturday. I want him back in the 4-5-1 against the spuds on saturday. :)
gunnerkid107
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16/04/2007 23:08:00

would prefer a 4-4-2 formation with Aliadiere upfront with manu bayor..."bout time for him to get a goal or two for us...
jess_farenesh
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16/04/2007 23:20:00

Lets hope we still win, I hope Baptista gets his chance, he didnt get long on saturday, but when he did come on, I thought he made a difference. He is due a goal or two to show for the effort he has put it.
gunnerb
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16/04/2007 23:34:00

He wanted one, you could tell that when he fought for the ball with diaby lol.
gunner-minesh
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16/04/2007 23:35:00

pity about fred - i have to say that he looked very incisive on saturday, and on another day could have notched a couple of goals with the positions he worked himself into, and the free kick. »»Arsene Knows««
Wingston75
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17/04/2007 00:25:00

just as he starts to look good he picks up an Injury :(
ExRox
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17/04/2007 01:29:00

In honesty I think people seriously harsh towards Bapista. He is a decent squad player at the moment not first team material but moving from the Spanish league to the premiership takes tiem to adapt for some. The football Arsenal play is quick and some people will struggle at first. Once he ajust to our pace he could easily become a first team player as he has the ability. About Lumberg I think Aliadiere should play in his position with Baptista and Manu upfront.
Gunners
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17/04/2007 01:34:00

Maybe a blessing in disguise....he has had an enormous amount of chances in the last few games and has had nothing to show for it.
AB_Arsenal
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17/04/2007 03:11:00

Gunners, baps must go he cant be a 10 million pound "squad player"
gunnerkid107
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17/04/2007 04:25:00

NUMBER 1 post from me miss ya freddy but diaby comes in the midfield (or The Beast ) i hope as att midfield like freddy
kingdino
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17/04/2007 05:52:00

A pity, coz Freddie looked good against Bolton. I think Ali should start, and we should keep our 4-5-1 formation for Citeh as well. Somehow, we look more effective playing that with the current team, rather than 4-4-2.
prits
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17/04/2007 07:11:00

check this out: http://216.240.136.126/articles/82458/Soccer_Fights.html
Youngest in Charge
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17/04/2007 08:12:00

 

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