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Eduardo Da Silva: Patah Tulang Fibula Kiri dan Dislokasi Pergelangan (absen 1 tahun)

Mimpi buruk itu datang pada Februari 2008. Kala bermain untuk Arsenal, Eduardo Da Silva menerima tackle brutal dari bek Birmingham City, Martin Taylor. Akibatnya tulang fibula kiri Da Silva patah dan dislokasi pada pergelangan kaki kirinya. Hampir setahun kemudian, ia kembali ke tim pertama Arsenal, tentunya setelah dia pulih total.
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