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Sol Back In Training Next Week

Sol Back In Training Next Week

After a turbulent time over the last few days, Sol Campbell will return to training next week.

After initial anger from most Gooners, many, if not all, now wish Sol a speedy recovery and hopes he gets back in to form very soon.

Wenger confirmed he spoke with Sol on Friday. 'I had Sol on the phone on Friday night. It was a short conversation but he is okay. He should be back next week and he sounded okay to me. He will be back Monday or Tuesday.'

'There is nothing for me to forgive because there was no acrimony at all and no argument in the dressing room. There is no bad feeling at all. It's just that you cannot perform at this level if you are not in the right state and he wasn't.
'We welcome him back and he will have plenty to contribute in the final stretch of the season, when we will need everybody.'

Everybody at Vital Arsenal wishes Sol well!!!

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Writer:Rocky7
Date:Sunday February 5 2006
Time: 3:28PM

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My mate came in to the pub the other night and asked the barman for a Sol Campbell. The barman asked what it was and he said "Just a quick half then I'm F@/~#!G off home!" Yid Army"
BigYid
07/02/2006 16:19:00
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Yea thats really funny.........lose yourself, your still bitter that we left you for a btter team! Good to see him back!
simmy8_2000
07/02/2006 22:39:00
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