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    Sentences forJosé Antonio Reyes

    • Arsenal had further padded their stable of strikers in January by signing Spanish forward José Antonio Reyes, leaving the two to battle for playing time.Robin van Persie-Wikipedia
    • The victory was achieved after Capello substituted an injured Beckham and brought on José Antonio Reyes.Fabio Capello-Wikipedia
    • He then started alongside Spain's reserve players (including then-Arsenal teammate José Antonio Reyes) in Spain's third group match against Saudi Arabia.Cesc Fàbregas-Wikipedia
    • Agüero provided the assist for José Antonio Reyes' opening goal and then secured the win by scoring the second.Sergio Agüero-Wikipedia
    • Arsenal forward José Antonio Reyes became the second player in Cup Final history to be sent off, following his second yellow card near the end of extra time.Arsenal F.C.–Manchester United F.C. rivalry-Wikipedia
    • Once funding was found amidst the season, the club added to its roster, with José Antonio Reyes arriving in the winter transfer window.The Invincibles (football)-Wikipedia

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