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DIABY WILL REPAY FAITH

The Arsenal midfielder Abou Diaby has said that he wants to repay the faith of the Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger by performing extremely well this season. The French midfielder suffered one of the worst seasons in his career after he played just five matches last season. He was injured for most of the campaign, but has had a good pre-season and is already looking forward to a good campaign. The 25-year-old French midfielder has always been a very good player for Arsenal, but his injury hit campaign last season forced many into thinking that he will not be the same player once again.

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Van Persie told to miss Arsenal tour

With uncertainty about the future of the Arsenal captain rife, manger Arsene Wenger has left Robin Van Persie out of his 25 man squad for their pre season tour of Malaysia, China and Hong Kong.

The Dutchman was voted PFA Player of the Year following an impressive haul of 30 Premier League goals last season but shocked the Gunners faithful by declaring that he wished to leave in pursuit of more regular silverware and would not be renewing his contract beyond the end of the coming season.

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RVP SHOULD COMMIT

Former Arsenal midfielder Cesc Fabregas has said that striker Robin van Persie should commit his future with Arsenal. Robin van Persie has been linked with a move to a number of clubs in the summer of after scoring more than 40 goals in all competitions for Arsenal.

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INJURY FRUSTRATES DIABY

Despite finding form after returning to the Arsenal team at the back end of the season Abou Diaby’s injury during the 1-1 draw at home to Stoke City mean that the French international has been ruled out of the French European championships squad.

Arsenal Manager Arsene Wenger announced that the calf strain was more severe than first anticipated and that the player would not recover in time to play in the tournament.

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DIABY WANTS TO REPAY FAITH

Arsenal midfielder Abou Diaby has said that he is extremely eager to repay the faith Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has had in him since bringing him over to the Emirates stadium a few seasons ago. Abou Diaby arrived in England with the reputation of becoming the next Patrick Vieira at Arsenal, but he is yet to fulfil his potential.

The 25-year-old has been plagued by a number of injuries this season, which has been one of the most inconsistent for Arsenal. Despite having a very poor start to the season, they are now back to a respectable third position in the table.

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DIABY SET FOR COMEBACK

Arsenal midfielder Abou Diaby will return to the starting lineup for manager Arsene Wenger’s side during their match against Liverpool at Anfield after being sidelined for almost five months of the season with a hamstring injury.

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