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Vital Arsenal editor, Paul Mustchin, returned to action today after a 3 day lay off.

Mustchin, 15 stone, has been on the sidelines with a knackered computer, but makes his comeback after being on the PC world treatment tabel.

Mustchin said, 'I'm delighted to be back, just sitting and watching all the other site print the news while I had to watch from the bench was really hard.'

He added, 'Who ate all my pies??'




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Writer: Rocky7 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday February 5 2006

Time: 3:18PM

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lol.. you've been missed. Hope you can shore up the leaky 'A' section of the network in tandem with Airdrie and Aberdeen.
cropped
the pies were nice if it makes you feel better. lol
simmy8_2000
sorry about the pies, they were just to tasty to ignore
wright8
LOL
simmy8_2000
 

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