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Cole Named In Squad For Sunderland

Ashley Cole has been named in Arsenal's squad to face Sunderland on Bank Holiday Monday.

As reported by Vital Arsenal earlier today, Ashley Cole completed another 90 minutes for the reserve team last night.

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Writer: Rocky7 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday April 28 2006

Time: 2:39PM

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nakcuh
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28/04/2006 15:30:00

COME ON ASHLEY YOU CAN DO IT.
kenyanrudeboy
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28/04/2006 16:01:00

YES
kenyanrudeboy
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28/04/2006 17:41:00

If he plays for 180 minutes (both games), is that enough to take him to the world cup? Irrespective of how he plays in those two matches.
FEn_100
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29/04/2006 05:39:00

We have 4 games remaining in our season, plus there is I believe 3 England warm up games, so including the reserve games thats 9 matches he will have played in in order to get fit for the World Cup, surely that's enough!!
Rocky7
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29/04/2006 11:41:00

Good tosee cole in the squad again, for both Arsenal and Englands sake
itsup4grabsnow
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30/04/2006 01:31:00

I hope this convinces him to stay, and hopefully he is in the world cup now!!
gunner-minesh
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30/04/2006 13:19:00

Hill-Wood waits on 'moody' Henry - have u read the hill woods comments on sky sports thats gonna go down well with henry being called moody.
dew333
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30/04/2006 18:31:00

thats good i think hes a good player you have really missed him
jono_forest
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30/04/2006 20:34:00

get him back and fit, england will need everyone if we are going to lift the world cup
vertigo_red
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30/04/2006 22:00:00

A. Cole's litmus test will be with Sunderland this evening. I am betting that it will be "RED HOT" with a lovely 3 points win.
SWPACIFIC
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01/05/2006 04:19:00

He will play for enland but i dont think they will lift the cup.
kenyanrudeboy
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01/05/2006 08:43:00

I personally think he's not quite ready and would give him more time to recover .
JACK_THE_LAD
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01/05/2006 09:21:00

Good news for Arsenal and for England. Still don't think he'll be running out onto the pitch at Asburton Grove next season though.
pitythefool
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01/05/2006 11:36:00

He has 3 league games and a potential CL final match and then 6 weeks till the WC starts Jack. I'm sure he can get fit enough by then. Lets hope he comes thorugh unscathed.
FEn_100
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01/05/2006 13:25:00

Well he is englands main left back, he is vital in defence.
gunner-minesh
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01/05/2006 16:03:00

" you need a win to keep pressure on"
millers4eva
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01/05/2006 17:00:00

I thought David dean said the moody thing? Nevertheless all that moody talk isn’t helping in the bid to keep Thierry Henry at arsenal as we need him to know everyone respects him and wants him to stay at arsenal. Hopefully its just media talk.
gunner-minesh
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01/05/2006 21:26:00

" easy win this afternoon"
millers4eva
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01/05/2006 21:30:00

The way AW decided not to rush A.Cole is commendable. I am sure, A.Cole will let off his steam for being away from the pitch by some splendid displays.
SWPACIFIC
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02/05/2006 07:21:00

how come this has been the main headline for the past 3 days??..what's going on?!!
jsimmon6
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03/05/2006 03:33:00

Obviously no news on the Arse front!
BigYid
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03/05/2006 09:53:00

Well, i'd just like to say that i hope Ashley gets 90 minutes under his belt tonight to follow those minutes he got at sunderland and that he comes through unscathed. I think we (ENGLAND) really need him now.
FEn_100
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03/05/2006 13:50:00

If he plays in all or most of them rocky, then i think he should be OK. Lets hope he's ready for the start of the W.C.
FEn_100
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08/05/2006 15:43:00

 

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