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Javier Garrido

29-Year-Old Defender     Norwich City  The Championship

Birthdate:  March 15, 1985    Height:  5' 10"    Weight:  165 lbs    

October 18, 2013    Javier Garrido News

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Garrido is nearing full fitness and should be in contention when Norwich head to play Arsenal at the weekend, the Eastern Daily Press reports.

Garrido has been absent since playing in Gameweek 5 against Aston Villa. Manager Chris Hughton could be tempted to reintroduce the Spaniard to the backline, as the Norwich defense shipped three goals to Chelsea last time out. Away to Arsenal is not the easiest fixture on the calendar, and the manager could go with Garrido ahead of the more attack-minded Martin Olsson at left back.

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September 30, 2013

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The Spanish left back was still feeling the effects of the thigh injury that forced him off at half time during the Canaries league cup tie against Watford in midweek, the Eastern Daily Press reports.

Garrido has been a regular starter for Norwich this season in the Premier League. Manager Chris Hughton is hopeful the left back can overcome this slight knock in time for Norwich's game next Sunday.

July 1, 2013

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Garrido was on loan with Norwich last season and inks his deal to stay in town permanently.

July 30, 2010

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The Spanish defender has moved to Lazio after the club sold Kolarov to the Citizens, Goal.com reports.

This should be of some help for Lazio.

December 28, 2009

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Garrido, a forgotten man during the reign of Mark Hughes at Manchester City, bent in a gorgeous free-kick as City went on to a 3-0 win against Wolves.

Garrido is deadly from free-kicks, and it is a mystery to anybody as to why he was so far down Mark Hughes' pecking order.