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Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger expects striker Eduardo to return from injury by mid-November.

The Croatia international suffered an horrific broken leg against Birmingham back in February following a challenge by Martin Taylor.

Eduardo's rehabilitation has been progressing well and Wenger has confirmed he could return to action next month.

The 25-year-old signed for the Gunners from Dynamo Zagreb in 2007 and netted 12 goals in 31 appearances before he suffered the break.

Wenger said: "Eduardo is three weeks away from playing competitive football."

However, Tomas Rosicky is not likely to return from a hamstring problem until after Christmas.

Source http://dnevnohr.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=5229
 

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His return should really boost the morale within the squad. His injury was considered a factor to the failings suffered in the league last year, so his return could have a positive effect and perhaps drive the team on to some form of success. I hope so anyway.
 

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I agree GM, I will be the happiest when he starts scoring for Arsenal and fot my NT !

I just hope he is not rushed back!

DUDU DUDU DUDU !!
 

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Is Rosicky<3 the ultimate xtratime femme or what? I digress....

I think I'll shed a tear when Eduardo makes his return....kinda the same thing as when Pires stepped back after his cruciate injury onto the field against Auxerre.... It will be a day to remember!
 

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some more comeback related news, im worried.


Arsenal's Czech Republic midfielder Tomas Rosicky has undergone more surgery on his injured left knee.

Rosicky has not played since January when he suffered the tendon injury in an FA Cup match against Newcastle.

The 28-year-old Czech Republic captain, who was operated on in Germany on Tuesday, first had surgery in May.

"The operation went as planned and Tomas will now spend at least a few weeks convalescing in Germany," said an Arsenal statement.



"Thereafter he will follow a tailored rehabilitation programme devised by our medical team."

Last month Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger said he was hopeful Rosicky would be back in action before the end of the year.

Rosicky has made just 61 first-team appearances for Arsenal since joining from Borussia Dortmund in May 2006.
 

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worried about tomas rosicky. if he's out any longer i can see him retiring or something.. an injury keeping him out for so long might make him worry about his future for the club. :(
 
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