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Arsenal's New Club Physio Looks Like A UFC Fighter

Arsenal's New Club Physio Looks Like A UFC Fighter

Arsenal's new physio looks more like a UFC fighter than a doctor.

According to the reliable David Ornstein for The Athletic, Arsenal are drafting in the respected Bruno Mazziotti as a replacement for Chris Morgan, who is returning to Liverpool for a second spell.

Mazziotti worked with Arsenal technical director Edu at Corinthians and in the Brazilian national team and is said to have a 'tight bond' with the former Gunners midfielder.

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Highly rated by compatriots Neymar, Ronaldo, Thiago Silva and Alexandre Pato thanks to his work in helping their recovery from injuries, he's been at PSG since 2018 but is set to leave the club once the club's European campaign is over following the dismissal of head of performance Martin Buchheit.

In addition to his PHD student in physiotherapy and fluency in English, the 42-year old is also a black-belt in jiu-jitsu (the highest rank) and looks like an absolute unit.

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