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Arse Carew Boost

O'Neill revealed today that John Carew has returned to training and will be in the squad to face Arsenal.

The Hulk has been stuggling with hip and thigh problems of late and after failing a late fitness test he was forced to sit out our loss to Middlesbrough.

Speaking on the official site, O'Neill said:

'John returned to training this morning so we will see what sort of reaction there is to that.

'But he will travel with us to the Emirates tomorrow.'

O'Neill is also hopeful that Petrov and Luke Young, who will face late fitness tests, will be passed clear for the Arsenal match.




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Writer: Mike Field Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday November 14 2008

Time: 3:51PM

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He won't start, we'll be playing 4-5-1 for the next 6 months now =p sooooo hope I'm wrong there...
Mayo_12
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14/11/2008 16:07:00

Great news indeed. No matter what anyone thinks of Big JC, I think that few could deny that we are a much better all round team with him in the line-up.
glensider
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14/11/2008 22:11:00

Jeez! I hope you're very wrong Mayo_12, although nothing would really surprise me anymore. Our best chance of getting a result tomorrow is to have a go at them, put pressure on that keeper and defence of theirs. Man, I hope you're wrong.
glensider
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14/11/2008 22:14:00

they have improved no end as this season has got going......cant see you containing them.....
lincolnblue
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15/11/2008 09:40:00

 

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