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McLeish Not Looking Back

McLeish Not Looking Back

Blues boss Alex McLeish is concentrating fully on the game with Arsenal on Saturday and won`t be drawn into any debate over the Tiny Taylor/Eduardo incident from a couple of years ago.

Arsenal are back at the scene of the crime when they come in search of three points towards their Premier League title hopes, but McLeish insists that anything to do with the injury to Eduardo is now firmly at the back of his mind.

'We have moved on. I don't want even want to talk about it. Eduardo is back playing which is great.

'I don't feel I need to comment on it. It is a couple of years ago.

'It is in the history books. Time moves on and I just brush all that stuff off my shoulder like a bit of dandruff.

'All I am interested in is this coming game with Arsenal.'


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Writer:Foxxy
Date:Friday March 26 2010
Time: 4:41PM

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Lets hope he completes his rehab scoring a hat-trick against the brum
gooner303
27/03/2010 08:59:00
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Yeah, if he played for a month, over rated fool
foxxy
28/03/2010 17:34:00
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