2nd September 2012 and Abou Diaby is man of the match as Arsenal win 0-2 away at Liverpool. The Frenchman’s performance is described by London 24 as “imperious” among marked optimism that Diaby could finally shake his injury troubles to fill the void left by Alex Song’s move to Barcelona. However in a game against 

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It would not have surprised many to read Friday’s news that Abou Diaby would be out until March after a setback in his recovery from cruciate knee ligament damage. Since joining from Auxerre in 2005, Diaby has struggled with a series of muscular and calf problems with this being the latest in a long run 

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My heart was torn into pieces after the official Sky Sports page tweeted, “Diaby ruled out for the rest of the season after sustaining cruciate ligament injury in training.” Just a few months back, Wenger had some positive words for Diaby : “I faced exactly the same questions with (Robin) van Persie and for a 

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Arsenal midfielder Abou Diaby has suffered a major knee injury ruling him out for up to nine months. The French International has suffered a cruciate knee ligament injury sustained in training and is set for a very lengthy layoff. This latest setback comes as a massive blow to both Diaby and manager Arsene Wenger. Diaby has who 

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It is easy to forget that Abou Diaby is still under contract at Arsenal. The Paris born midfielder has made just 25 league appearances in the last 3 seasons, troubled by a succession of thigh, calf, ankle and knee injuries, which have always hampered any consistent run of form in the first team. After starting 

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