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Jens Out For 2 Weeks...Or Is He?

Jens Out For 2 Weeks...Or Is He?

Arsene Wenger has reveald that German goalkeeper Jens Lehmann injured his Achilles tendon after he helped Germany to a 2-1 win over England.

After 2 blunders in as many league games for Arsenal, and another brace of mistakes against for Germany last night, including letting Lampard score his first England goal for a year, after being beaten at his near post.

In an interview with Arsenal.com Wenger said: 'Jens is out and he will miss two weeks, I think. Maybe more - I don't know.

'He is going to see a specialist in Germany on Friday. He had this injury before but it got much worse.'


But, has Lehmann really suffered an injury? Or is Wenger trying to drop him without admitting it?

I have my thoughts, I'm sure you have yours, so do share...



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Writer:Nick Simmonett
Date:Thursday August 23 2007
Time: 8:13PM

Comments

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yeah sure Arsene we believe you and Ramos was'nt offered the spurts job lol, whatever the reason the timing is perfect cos the bloke looks shakier than a big chunky arse at carnival, get your head sorted ya big crazy bastid and we'll see you back soon
nikolaijns
23/08/2007 20:33:00
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I guess he has to leave the big German with a bit of pride. Whatever the reason the right decision has been made.
Red3
23/08/2007 21:18:00
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I think he is injured
afghenry
23/08/2007 21:34:00
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whatever's gone on here, at least the gaffer hasn't stood still! He wants that title brought to the Grove!
Andy-bayor
23/08/2007 21:51:00
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whatever the reason, conspiracy or not, it's the right time for Almunia to make his mark.
JakeB
23/08/2007 22:23:00
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It is also possible that he is injured but it is convenient in someways. If Almunia does really well it maybe hard for Jens to get back in again always assuming that it is Almunia who gets the nod against City. Fabianski against Prague maybe?
Amos.
23/08/2007 22:29:00
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This is blatantly a cover up. Jens obviously needs a break to regain some confidence. Quite frankly I think a period out of the side will make him improve again like it did when he was dropped before. Hopefully though Manuel plays like he did in the Carling Cup last year and we’ve got a great and younger keeper on our hands.
codchops
23/08/2007 23:22:00
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Can anyone say COVERUP!!!
gunnerkid107
24/08/2007 01:22:00
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Dropped. No doubt about it.
greyhound
24/08/2007 04:15:00
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Maybe the injury he's talking about is his mental, or brain, injury. Wenger did say he had the injury before, but now it got worse so maybe Arsene sent him back home to the land of Freud to see a therapist.
Ozi Gooner
24/08/2007 05:15:00
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