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Aliadiere away


Filed: Tuesday, 31st January 2006
By: Gordon Thrower


On loan forward Jeremie Aliadiere has returned to Arsenal.

The 22 year-old French striker has had his loan period cut short in advance of a rumoured move to Championship outfit Wolverhampton Wanderers.

Aliadiere arrived at The Boleyn Ground back in August but found his opportunities limited first by injury then by the form of Marlon Harewood, Teddy Sheringham and Bobby Zamora. Last week's signing of Dean Ashton would have seen Aliadiere pushed further down the pecking order for a place up front.

The young French striker made one start for the Irons - in the away defeat at Charlton on New Year's Eve - plus a further seven appearances as substitute.

Details of exactly why the loan spell ended early are unknown, but Aliadiere's days were probably numbered after he criticised Alan Pardew's team selection last month.



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