MILAN - Inter Milan's Argentina defender
Walter Samuel has been included in their squad for the Champions
League clash at Schalke 04 on Wednesday after missing the last
five months because of a cruciate ligament injury.
Doctors expected the centre back to be out for the season
after reconstructive surgery but the 33-year-old, who suffered a
similar problem in 2007, has quickly recovered having collapsed
to the ground in agony in a draw with Brescia on November 7.
An Inter statement said flu victim Wesley Sneijder was also
in the squad for the quarter-final second leg in Gelsenkirchen,
where holders Inter face an almost impossible task in
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