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Denmark coach Morten Olsen does not expect injured Arsenal striker Nicklas Bendtner to return to the international stage until next year.
Bendtner, who represented his country at the World Cup this summer, is currently recovering from a groin injury which caused him to miss much of last season.
The 22-year-old, who has parted ways with specialist Soren Malling after labelling him a 'self-publicist', said on Tuesday that he hopes to resume training with the Gunners in around six weeks' time.
But Olsen believes Bendtner still has a long way to go before he is fully fit, and does not expect him to feature in Denmark's Euro 2012 qualifying campaign before the end of the year.
"What I believed after the World Cup still stands," Olsen told TV2.
"That is, we won't get to see Nicklas Bendtner play for the national team until next year.
"The problem with injuries is that neither treatment nor the player who is injured can tell when he will be fit.
"He should not force it. He has to be 100 per cent fit before he plays to live up to his and others' expectations."
Matchday stadium announcers can be divided into two types; those that venture onto the playing surface and those that don't. My preference is firmly with the latter camp, but in recent seasons the trend has been for the former.
It was good to see Arsenal impose their own game on Everton in their 4-1 win, writes Nick Miller.
"It's getting tickly now - squeaky-bum time, I call it."
Arsenal's 1-0 win over Bayern Munich in 2005. Can you name the mystery starting XI?
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Arsenal will hope to start 2013 in the style they finished the last year when they travel to Southampton.
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain insists fellow Arsenal winger Theo Walcott is a natural goal scorer.
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Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has reiterated his desire to keep Theo Walcott at the club.
Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson insists Nani will not be sold during the January transfer window.