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Wenger Confident Of Final

Arsene Wenger says we're going to the Champions League Final.

Arsenal are currently on a pretty crappy run of form, losing five out of the last nine games, and being one of the lowest scoring teams away from home in the premiership, makes Tuesday's task all the more difficult.

Wenger, however, chooses to forget about all which has passed and, quite rightly, concentrate on the future.

'I think we'll be in Paris, yes, if the team is focused we have the means to make it to the final and I'm confident we will.

'Now what's important is to progress match by match and that means beating Real first.

'We need to play to our strengths and have a team that defends well. Then I believe anything is possible.'

It's going to be a very big ask, but if anyone can pull it off, it's Le Boss.




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Writer: Rocky7 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday February 19 2006

Time: 2:49PM

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I hope he is right, although I think our task is just to big for us with our injury list and our confidence.
Rocky7
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19/02/2006 15:42:00

I thinkwee can do it. I thinkthe system we have at the moment is more suited to Europe than the Premiership to be honest, just like Liverpool last year
itsup4grabsnow
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19/02/2006 16:48:00

I have heard many people say the same thing about the way we have played this year an its right, we can pass the ball as well as any team in the world but lack muscle, hopefully Diaby is the man to add that!
simmy8_2000
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20/02/2006 01:17:00

Sincerely hope the team especially the young kids will not be overwhelmed by the atmosphere of 100,000 madrid mad fans. Technical ability is one thing but how they react to this type of scenario will have a great influence on the result come that night.
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20/02/2006 02:39:00

 

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