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Coleman: Arsenal Can Be Euro Champs

After their defeat to Arsenal yesterday, the very likeable Chris Coleman, claimed Arsenal were getting back to their best and wouldn't be suprised if we won the Champion's League.

Fulham have a great home record this season, and yet Arsenal tore them apart for large parts of the game with some blistering passing moves.

The Fulham boss said, 'They showed what a class act they are and if they maintain that form you wouldn't write them off winning the Champions League. They were unbelievable today.

'I said yesterday I thought it would take a bit of time for them to be back to the old Arsenal team but on that performance...they're possibly better.'

Arsenal play hosts to Real Madrid, yes Real Madrid on Wednesday night.........as if you didn't already know.




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Writer: Rocky7 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday March 5 2006

Time: 6:27PM

Your Comments

ive always liked Chris Coleman :/ !!!!! lol!
itsup4grabsnow
I wouldnt say they were better than the 49'rs but much younger and I think the current team WILL be better, as long as we dont lose any important players.......HINT HINT Thierry- sign your bloody deal.
simmy8_2000
It has been a while since we heard compliments like this form opposition managers.
HK_Gunner
It's been a while since we've been in a position to be complimented!
Rocky7
Arsenal do not stand a chance of becomming euro champs. the team is falling apart and henry must have had enough of playing with mediocre players now
Bell End
Lehmann, Cole, Ljungberg, Reyes, Van Persie, Bergkamp, Fabregas, all far from being mediocre players. He should think himself lucky he's not playing with the likes of Healey, Hulse, Killgallon, and Greegan, now there are some players who would love to be called mediocre!!
Rocky7
 

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