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Senderos: It's In Our Hands

Arsenal centre back, Philieppe Senderos, believes the 4th Champions League spot is in our hands.

The Gunners seem to have found a bit form of late, winning 3 games on the bounce.

It looks as though Arsenal, Tottenham, Bolton and Blackbrun will all battle it out over the next few weeks

However, big Phill knows it will be difficult.

'We know every point until the end of the season is going to be very important, and is more difficult to get,' Senderos told Arsenal TV Online.

'We are in top form and we want to continue that until the end of the season, that is our goal.

'We know we have got our destiny in our hands, and if we win every game, we will finish fourth.'

'We have got some consistency over the last seven games or so, and have been playing better in every match.

'The group has been growing up and learning.'




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Writer: Rocky7 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday March 21 2006

Time: 9:55PM

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If you get it you will be lucky
Ian Scott
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22/03/2006 00:32:00

What Phil says is true. we have to play our best and basically, win all our games to get 4th! including man utd away!!
itsup4grabsnow
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22/03/2006 01:22:00

Luck is certainly a part of the equation but most important is the desire to win all the games and get all the points that we can get.
HK_Gunner
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22/03/2006 01:54:00

You lot are in good form but you won't beat United at Old Trafford, try not to get too ahead of yourselves boys
Whites4ever
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22/03/2006 22:38:00

senderos is the new cygan, not good enough and prone to mistakes
Blackburntillidie
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22/03/2006 22:48:00

We may not beat them but neither will Spurs or Bolton so I think that will level itself out.
Rocky7
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22/03/2006 22:50:00

 

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