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Bad squad management providing Sanllehi and Mislintat a challenge

It's a bit strange after such a hectic period to have no midweek game, but it's not the worst thing for Unai Emery and his squad. It's felt as if things have been just about held together due to injuries, and a good week on the training pitch will be beneficial. We know the two long-term ones suffered by Danny Welbeck and Rob Holding have had a significant impact, but so too the minor ones picked up by Hector Bellerin and Nacho Monreal, while Mustafi's absence leaves us without a body in an area where we're really short. Hopefully we'll see some of these guys back when we pick up in the Premier League on Saturday against West Ham. Whether there'll be any new faces in the squad by then...
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