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Reyes' Leg Only Bruised

Reyes' Leg Only Bruised

After being on the end of a horror tackle in the game against Bolton on Saturday, a scan has revealed Jose Antonio Reyes' leg is not broken.

Official news came from Arsenal.com moments ago that the leg only suffered 'heavy bruising'.

After the season from hell with regards to injuries, this can be considered good news, provisional xrays could not determin whether or not Reyes had suffered a break, but after an MRI scan this afternoon results brought some much needed releif to the young midfielder.

Reyes will miss the trip to Liverpool and it is not yet known if he will be fit for the Champions League tie away to Real Madrid.


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Writer:Rocky7
Date:Monday February 13 2006
Time: 7:18PM

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Reyes thinks he SHOULD be fit for Real Madrid, I hope he is as I think he would give his best performance of the season, maybe his best for Arsenal against madrid. When he was in spain he always had a good game against madrid!
simmy8_2000
13/02/2006 21:27:00
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We need him fit for the Madrid game, with Bobby turning into a lazy twat with no idea's, Reyes will bring the work ethic we need.
Rocky7
15/02/2006 11:12:00
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absolutly! he has worked his arse off all season to great effect, yet people persist with their slateing him!!!!!!!!
simmy8_2000
16/02/2006 16:20:00
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