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Saha Back For Spurs

Saha Back For Spurs

A real injury boost ahead of Sunday's clash with Spurs: Louis Saha will be back after missing the last two games due to minor injuries.

The Frenchman scored 12 goals in all competitions this season. He was often rested by Fergie who clearly does not want to risk another serious injury, a curse that hampered Saha's United career. His pace and mobility is an important factor in our stylish attacks so he must be regarded as a key player.

'We should have Louis back for the match against Tottenham,' Ferguson told MUTV.

'He started full training with us on Wednesday so he should be ready for Sunday.'

Good. I personally felt Saha should have been introduced earlier at Arsenal, to replace the tiring (and isolated) Henrik Larsson. I expect the Swede to get the nod ahead of Saha for Sunday but the French striker should get a place on the bench.


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Writer:Zae
Date:Thursday February 1 2007
Time: 5:34PM

Comments

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just what we spurs fans need ha!
splash16
01/02/2007 18:37:00
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:-)))
midlothian99
01/02/2007 18:46:00
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well arsenal did it to you to so..anyones game sunday
lobo spurs nutz
01/02/2007 21:14:00
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3 points for us rooney back on form to destroy you
rooneyisgod
01/02/2007 21:17:00
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Leave Saha out, can't afford to miss the chances he does, Rooney and Larsson are starting to get something special going now
cyjax
02/02/2007 12:21:00
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yeah i think we should keep larsson
rooneyisgod
02/02/2007 15:07:00
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