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Wenger Names Squad For Villarreal

Arsene Wenger has confirmed the squad that has travelled to Spain to take on Villarreal in the 2nd leg of the Champions League semi final.

Gael Clichy has earned himself a suprise call up after successfully playing 90 minutes of a reserve game after returning from a broken foot.

Sol Campbell also travels and will start the game after Wenger confirmed Senderos will definately be out of the clash.

Theo Walcott also gets his place.

Team in full:-

Jens Lehmann
Manuel Almunia
Sol Campbell
Gael Clichy
Kolo Toure
Emmanuel Eboue
Johan Djourou
Mathieu Flamini
Freddie Ljungberg
Robert Pires
Gilberto
Alexander Hleb
Jose Antonio Reyes
Cesc Fabregas
Alexandre Song
Abou Diaby
Thierry Henry
Robin van Persie
Theo Walcott


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Writer: Rocky7 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday April 24 2006

Time: 2:26PM

Your Comments

Theo walcotts back in it again? and clichy too, Toures in though I hope he doesn'y get aq yellow tommorow. It'll be hard, but we all hope for the best.
gunner-minesh
I think one of the only reason's that Theo is in is because you get a larger choice of subs in the CL, although if we're 3-0 with 15 minutes to go, I wouldn't be suprised if we saw him :)
Rocky7
I think you are correct rocky - something like any 3 from 7. Not 100% sure on tthat though.
FEn_100
Good squad i bet the staring 11 will be lehamn.toure.campbell.eboue.hleb.gilberto.fabregas.reyes.ljunbergt.henry.
kenyanrudeboy
Your maths are a bit off, that's only 10!
Westl
Playing without a left back.....brave!!
Rocky7
 

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