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Monday, July 06, 2009

Robin van Persie Happy as Eduardo Returns to Action at Arsenal

(This entry was originally published in this blog December 2008 and it is based on the information of that time.)

Eduardo da Silva is very close to make his Arsenal come back as the Croatian striker has recovered from his horrendous broken leg and recently appeared for Arsenal reserve in a 2-0 win over Portsmouth reserve. Though he played for 45 minutes, Eduardo’s return to action is big news for the fans and his team mates. Striker Robin van Persie is very much happy to see Eduardo on the way back in action.

Goal.com reported:

“He is fine. He has been working really well with Tony Colbert. For him, it has been a really long way,” van Persie told Arsenal TV. “I have spent some time on the sidelines, so I know how it feels. You need to take it step by step and he is doing that. He is coming into our sessions quite often lately and last week he had a few finishes that were just like the Eduardo from nine months ago.

Eduardo suffered a severe injury last season when he was playing at his prime and there are many who think Arsenal’s failure to win the premier league title last season was due to Eduardo’s injury. Anyway, I am not sure whether Eduardo can come back with the match against Liverpool, but Arsene Wenger can feel some relief thinking that he has now a number of options at hand to form his attacking line up.

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