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Abou Diaby Is Not Likely to Play Again For Arsenal This Season, Says Report

abou diaby Abou Diaby Is Not Likely to Play Again For Arsenal This Season, Says Report

Abou Diaby is not likely to return to action this season for Arsenal in yet another injury setback, which has ruled out the defensive midfielder since March 2013.

Diaby was originally supposed to be back to full fitness in December, but the French midfielder who has suffered 35 different injuries in his Arsenal career from 2006-2013, is still trying to recover from his knee injury, according to a report by Goal.

In addition to Diaby, Arsenal’s long injury list now includes Walcott, Sanogo, Giroud, Ramsey, Gibbs and Oxlade-Chamberlain.

Editor’s note: For the latest Gunners news, analysis and opinion, visit the Arsenal team page.

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