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Paddy Will Be Welcomed Home

The latest Vital Arsenal poll says Patrick Vieira will get the welcome an Arsenal legend deserves when he makes his return home with Juventus in the quarter finals of the Champion's League.

Paddy was an Arsenal giant for 9 years, helping us to 3 league titles (2 of which were league and cup doubles), 4 Fa cups and a record breaking 49 game unbeaten run, the stuff of a true legend.

Vieira moved to Juventus last summer in a extremely quick transfer that left Patrick no time to say goodbye to the Highbury faithful, the CL tie will be Vieira''s last ever visit to 'The Home Of Football' with the summer move only a matter of months away.

Vital Arsenal would like to take this opportunity to thank Patrick for everything he did for our great club and wish him all the best after we send Juventus crashing out of the Champion's League.

Poll results in full:-

How will you react to Paddy's return?

*Cheer him, he's a legend 82%
*Boo him, he's a Juventus player 13%
*Indifferently 5%




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The Journalist

Writer: Rocky7 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday March 20 2006

Time: 10:03PM

Your Comments

The man should be cheered to the goddamn rafters until 3 seconds before kick-off. Anyone got any appropriate new words for the oldVieira chant?
mjc
Too right, I know some people are slagging him off for what has been written in the press, but as Arsenal fans, we know what devious little gits the red tops are and should take all their stories with a pich of salt. The guy is a hero, and I personally will cheer him, as you say, right up until kick off!
Rocky7
He didn't even want to play for you for his final two seasons, and it was evident. The cloud that he left under shows what a pathetic baby he is
Ollie Sheehan
paddy is gonna do u boys up the kyber, the best thing he ever did was leave u,, he finally has a chance to win the CL, henry will see his old pal on greener grass and p.iss off too, he might take a dump in your new stadium on the way to heathrow if your lucky.
rth
oh shut up rth. go back to you hav mates. Paddy will/should get a standing ovation as he spent 9 great years at Highbury but after kick off we treat him as we would any other footballer who plays for the opposistion
itsup4grabsnow
Rth, why does it seem that we have never had any comments that actually show any knowledge about football, you come here and just make childish little jibes.
Rocky7
Paddy should get a warm welcome and it will be very interesting to see how your on line poll plays out. If he scores though, I think he might quickly start to hear something other than cheers.
Westl
I don't think him scoring would change anything tbh, although a tasty challenge on Cesc on one of his famous dives may get one or two backs up.
Rocky7
 

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