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Henry: It's Back To The League

The ultimate professional, Thierry Henry, has already forgotten about the Champions League final and says we must focus on our three remaining games in the league.

Tottenham have two difficult games against Bolton and West Ham and could easily drop points, even a draw out of those games would be good enough for the Gunners to capitalise, but only if we win our remaining games and thats what Henry has in mind.

'We can't start dreaming of the final now. We go back and we have a massive game against Sunderland.

'That's what we've been dealing with for a long time. There are only Barcelona and Chelsea who can relax because they are so many points ahead.

'Not even Milan can relax because they are three points behind Juventus and they have to concentrate on the league.

'Villarreal made a choice of dropping the league and you could see there was pressure on them but fortunately they didn't go through.'

What a player!!!




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Writer: Rocky7 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday April 27 2006

Time: 1:40PM

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We definelyty have to win all our games in the premiership to be able to reach the final next year.
kenyanrudeboy
chance of fourth has well and truly gone now, but you will win europe so it doesnt matter!
vertigo_red
Yes, 6 points from the remaining two please! Go the Gunners!
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