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Henry: It Will Be War

Thierry Henry says the Arsenal v Spurs North London derby will be 'War'.

As the final ever North London derby at Highbury draws ever nearer, Arsenal captain, Thierry Henry believes it will be war out on the pitch tomorrow in the most vital match up in years.

'It will be war at Highbury,' said the Arsenal talisman. 'An Arsenal v Tottenham match is a London derby, it's traditionally one of the more important games of the season.

'This time, the match will be even more important. Fourth place and qualification for next season's Champions League are at stake. We must win.'

Lets just hope the war stays on the pitch!!




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Writer: Rocky7 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday April 21 2006

Time: 9:08PM

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True. Cannot be better expressed than that. We (Arsenal) however have the home crowd advantage to send the Spurs packing and set the stage to silence them again for the next 13 years at Asburton Grove South Pacific Islands Gunner Fan here Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea
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21/04/2006 23:14:00

Home crowd advantage ?????? What you gonna do, silence them to sleep? lol
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22/04/2006 04:24:00

You find out today FEn that we're not always the Library!!
Rocky7
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22/04/2006 09:28:00

I agree with Henry this is a big game for us.
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22/04/2006 20:40:00

 

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