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Robinho Ready - Everton Should Shudder

Robinho Ready - Everton Should Shudder

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Robinho could be set to return to the Manchester City side on Saturday against Everton.

The Brazilian has missed the last two matches because of a nagging ankle injury, however he is now showing signs of recovery, according to assistant manager Mark Bowen.

'We are hoping that in the next couple of days he will be back in for full training,' Bowen told the club's official website.

'He was not quite there on Saturday (Fulham). Although he travelled down with us he was in a touch too much pain to take part.'

Robinho, a class act in the Premier League has scored nine goals already in his debut season for the Blues.

Should Everton shudder if he plays? I think so!



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Writer:Tudor
Date:Tuesday December 9 2008
Time: 10:18PM

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Robinho's goals speak for themselves. But as all City fans know: the entire team is given a massive boost when he is up for it. We shouldn't play him when he is carrying an injury, though. He is too good for that. That's when Sturridge should be on. It is no shame for a teenager to understudy one of the world's best footballers.
Sindbad
09/12/2008 22:47:00
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It'll be good to have him back......he will give all the players a lift....
lincolnblue
10/12/2008 10:15:00
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