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Ferdinand Fit And Available

Rio Ferdinand is fit to play against Arsenal in the Emirates on Saturday.

The 29-year-old defender was reported to have missed training with a groin injury and is set to go for a scan which would reveal the extent of the problem.

However, the club denied in a statement that there would be any trouble with Rio's fitness. He trained with the rest of the squad and is fit to play against the Gunners.




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Writer: Zae Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday October 30 2007

Time: 1:25PM

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Fit, available and still doing a fantastic impression of a constipated duck.
hatespur
thats good news for you lot, its going to be a great game i think it will finish in a draw well thats what i am hoping for anyway..... ;-)
muffdaddy1983
I think it will be 2 all by the 70th minute, then the subs come on and a goal decides it...
Tosswink
did you say walcott tosswink?
anonymous
Rio is vital for Man U's success. His positioning and reading of the game is total class. He is also very comfortable of the ball, bringing the ball out of defense. Of course he has greatly improved on his tackling, probably because of the influence of Vidic.
zoolander88
Agree with zoolander: Rio has improved a hell of a lot thanks to Vidic.
Zae
 

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