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Alan 4:56 Mon Oct 15
Arnautovic injured?
Sounds like he's aggravated his knee problem

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West Ham star allowed to leave national team camp because of knee injury

Marko Arnautovic gave the perfect answer to his critics when Austria faced Northern Ireland in the UEFA Nations League on Friday.

The West Ham star had received some criticism during the last international break after being pictured out on the town, late at night with Bosnia's Edin Dzeko.

Austria had earlier lost 1-0 to Bosnia, and players had been expected to either make their own way back to their clubs or take the official national squad flight.

There were suggestions Arnautovic shouldn't be chosen to captain his country going forward, so when the forward scored the only goal of the game against Northern Ireland, he took his armband off and raised it towards the area of the stadium housing media and officials.

Austria are now set to face Copenhagen, but the West Ham player won't be part of the squad. 12Termann and others in the country report he's been allowed to return to the Hammers due to a "knee injury".

Yep, it appears to be a non-story, so I'll lock it

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stepney hammer 5:39 Mon Oct 15
Re: Arnautovic injured?
goose 5:00 Mon Oct 15



mallard 5:29 Mon Oct 15
Re: Arnautovic injured?
We could really do with him against Spurs

Josh 5:11 Mon Oct 15
Re: Arnautovic injured?
Are Countries now playing Capital Cities?

goose 5:00 Mon Oct 15
Re: Arnautovic injured?

he had an agreement with Austria that he would only play in the NI game.

Rossal 4:58 Mon Oct 15
Re: Arnautovic injured?
He has like 3 days of bruising on his knee after each game dont he?

So as their game tomorrow is a friendly and not nations league im guessing he was allowed to leave early to be fit for Spurs

Trevor B 4:58 Mon Oct 15
Re: Arnautovic injured?
He was saying only the other day how his knee needs to be carefully managed, I'd imagine he has been allowed to leave as their next fixture is not a competitive game

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