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Pascal Watch: Where Is The Big Man?

Pascal Watch: Where Is The Big Man?

Cult-Hero, Pascal Cygan, has been missing from the Gunners squad for a while now and we've had a few question's to the bald centre back's where-a-bouts.

Well finally, some official news from Arsenal.com.

Pascal is not dead, he hasn't been sold to Bradford City, and no, that's not him you saw pushing the trolleys down the local supermarket, he just has a little injury, but never fear, he will be back soon.

Pascal Cygan has cult status down at Highbury, not blessed with much (if any) talent, the Frenchman works as hard as possible on his game, gives 110% in every game, and never ever complains about lack of first team action or the moans he hears from the crowd, and for this reason.........

WE SALUTE YOU PASCAL CYGAN.

Wenger said, “Pascal is still out and had a little bit of a set-back. It will be 10 days for him.'


Click here to join in the debate on the club forum.

Writer:Rocky7
Date:Friday March 17 2006
Time: 1:47PM

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The reason that he never moans is because he knows it woul get him nowhere. lol. Seriously though, he might give 110% but doesnt mean he should play!
simmy8_2000
17/03/2006 13:54:00
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Thats not the point, it's Arsene Wenger who picks him, if we have any complaints they should be directed at him rather than the player, booing and jeering him is not going to help his performance is it. I think Pascal's attitude is second to none.
Rocky7
17/03/2006 13:57:00
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His attitude may br great but you have to admit that Wenger should even be able to find an English player who could add more to the squad than Cygan!
Westl
17/03/2006 14:49:00
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