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Arsenal’s Lukas Podolski Out For Three Weeks With Hamstring Injury: Nightly Soccer Report

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2 Responses to Arsenal’s Lukas Podolski Out For Three Weeks With Hamstring Injury: Nightly Soccer Report

  1. AJ says:

    I’m confused. I saw Tottenham’s game Sunday, why has everybody fallen for Andros Townsend?

    I thought he was pretty crap.

    Explain?

  2. Wych says:

    Well, he does hold the Premier League record for most successful dribbles in a game (11, last year vs Wigan). He was also unplayable in mid-week vs Dinamo Tblisi and won the non-penalty that should have been and the penalty that shouldn’t have been against Swansea on Sunday.
    Obviously it’s recency bias, but he’s in excellent form.

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