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Cole In Arsenal Jibe

Chelsea and England winger, Joe Cole has had a sly dig and Arsene's Army by suggesting there is reason for Arsenal players to leave.

Cole is currently in talks over a new deal with the Russian team, and when asked about his contract he pounced on the opportunity to land a low blow.

Cole said 'My situation is different to Henry's, as for playing for Chelsea at the moment, there's no reason for a player to want to leave.'

Give it time son, give it time.




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Writer: Rocky7 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday March 6 2006

Time: 9:58PM

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Why has he decided to take a dig at us for? it seems they are obsessed with us!! when aske a question about a contract he immeaditly turns it towards the situation with Thierry. Why? true chav.
itsup4grabsnow
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07/03/2006 00:45:00

The only reason that I can think of is that he is scared and we will provide a better challenge to them than what we could do this season. Teams are catching up and they are all playing against them like a cup final game.
HK_Gunner
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07/03/2006 03:50:00

It's only a cheeky comment, nothing worth getting worked up about, he probably got asked a question directly related to it and the media twisted it, I don't know :)
nakcuh
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07/03/2006 10:35:00

Thierry Henry has the quarter-finals of the champions league to look forward to, as does Joe Cole.... oh wait, no he doesn't, his team bombed out. Muppet.
pitythefool
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