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Concentration Is The Key

After what our captain calls 'a great week', Thierry Henry says we need to focus on the job in hand.

Arsenal's form has been erratic all season, only now, possible finding a small amount of form. However, with a little bit of concentration, Henry reckons we can bounce onto bigger and better things.

“This has been a great week and we can build on it,” said Henry. “But also we need to remember that we lost at Blackburn and that should remind us that we need to focus on what we are doing.

“It is always better to develop something with victories but it is difficult. Before we were playing one great game or two then we'd lose and so lose the confidence as a team.

“We need to be more consistent. That is what we are doing now but it is still a fresh thing.”




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Writer: Rocky7 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday March 15 2006

Time: 6:54PM

Your Comments

Well said Thierry. Our recent form has been good, but let's not get cocky and let all the hard work go to waste.
pitythefool
One of the problems with relying on younger players is that both their bodies and their minds get tired and this leads to mistakes.
Westl
I agree, but that's where the manager and coaches (and sports psychologists) have to play their part. We can do it, but it's an uphill struggle.
pitythefool
yeah right, hes concentrating on how many rooms he will put in his villa in barcelona, you r mugs
whiteforlife
mugs mugs...u aint learnt from viera have you, he knows with chelsea around, arsenal wont ever win the league in his career again, he knows they arnt good enough to win the CL, he will leave you to rot in the memories of highbury.
whiteforlife
What do you mean we haven't learnt from Vieira?? We had clubs fighting over him for years and he always stayed with us. He left when Arsene thought the time was right to get rid of him. 9 Glorious years. How many Sperz players have had any glorious years at all?? Brain Dead twit.
Rocky7
Arsenal will not make Champions League football next season...
lassesand
 

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