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Muamba On Loan From Arse

Teenager Fabrice Muamba had his first run our in training today for Blues.

Blues have secured Muamba on a season long loan from Arsenal and the 18 year old showed some neat touches and control as the team were put through their paces.

Muamba won't be cleared in time to play against Nancy on Sunday, but he has been handed the number 26 shirt in readiness for the new season.

'He has joined in this morning and he looks a very good player,' said steve Bruce to waiting reporters.




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Date:Saturday July 29 2006

Time: 6:20PM

Your Comments

Seen Muamba play for England U'18s. He impressed me and is in a Patrick Vieria mould.
Tierney
got youself a good player for the year
OzDan
If he was rubbish he wouldnt be on Arsenals books. Nice bit of work by the Blues I think...
lil_blues_fan
Muamba is a quality player. Seen im several times for Arsenal reserves. I think he'll be a major asset in the fight to get back in the prem. Best of luck!
d11gunner
 

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