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    Eduardo Arsenal return imminent

    Arsene Wenger has revealed that crocked striker Eduardo da Silva could be set for a return to action in the next couple of weeks, and will start off playing in the reserves before being recalled to the Arsenal first team.

    Eduardo suffers Arsenal setback

    Arsenal striker Eduardo da Silva has been dealt a bitter blow in his comeback from injury at the Gunners, as it appears that the player has been told that he will probably be unlikely to return to action until September.

    Preview: Bham vs Everton

    Birmingham City will be hoping their off field troubles will not aggrevate their form on the pitch as the St. Andrews outfit look to survive in the Premiership for another season, meanwhile Everton know a victory could still help them toward Champions League qualification.

    Preview: Reading vs B'ham

    Another crucial relegation battle ensues today at the Madjeski Stadium this afternoon as the Royals host Birmingham City. Reading have lost nine of eleven games, whilst Birmingham have struggled for wins, their only one in eleven being against Tottenham on March 1st.

    FA reject FIFA's Taylor demand

    The FA have rejected FIFA's call to increase Birmingham defender Martin Taylor's ban from three games to more, with the FA insisting that it would be unreasonable. Taylor's wreckless challenge leaves Arsenal striker Eduardo battling to save his career.

    Cesc still angry with Taylor

    Arsenal midfielder Cesc Fabregas has blasted the three match ban that Martin Taylor received for injurying Eduardo. The Birmingham defender was sent off during the game, but will receive the same punishment for any red card offence.

    Queiroz says sorry to Taylor

    Manchester United's assistant coach Carlos Queiroz has apologised to Martin Taylor after he bizarrely criticised the Birmingham defender for his savage tackling.

    Blatter wants tackle action

    FIFA president Sepp Blatter wants changes in the rules for malicious tackles. Martin Taylor´s career threatening tackle on Eduardo was pinpointed by Blatter.

    Eduardo: no return date

    Crocked Arsenal and Croatian international striker Eduardo has warned that there is no return date set for his return from injury. The Gunners forward was severely injured by Birmingham defender Martin Taylor.

    Preview: Brum vs Tottenham

    Tottenham are the second consecutive North London side to face the difficult trip to St. Andrews, and will be missing Jonathan Woodgate. Spurs are eager to mount a late push towards the top half of the Premiership table.