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Bendtner Update

Nicklas Bendtner could be out for up to two months if it is confirmed he has torn his medial ligament.

The Arsenal 'loan star' limped off injured in Denmark's match against Northern Ireland and Blues have been awaiting results to find out how bad his injury actually is.

Reports are circulating that he could've torn his medial ligament which would put him out of action for at least two months.

Steve Bruce will no doubt be hoping it's only a partial tear which could see him back in under two weeks.




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Date:Tuesday October 10 2006

Time: 5:33PM

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Thats not good news for him if its a medial ligament injury.
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