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Henry Claims Second Award

Arsenal captain and general wonder player, Thierry Henry, has scooped the Barclays Player of the Year award to claim his second prize in as many weeks.

Henry looks certain to finish as the Premiership's top scorer (again) in a season that he has not only played some magnificent football, but became Arsenal's alltime leading goal scorer & living legend.

Matt Appleby, from the Barclays Awards Panel, said: 'Henry has graced Arsenal's last season at Highbury in magnificent style.

'He combines moments of brilliance and entertainment with match-winning goals.

No wonder he was described by one opposition manager as 'unplayable'.'

Henry is loved by Gooners the world over, and the increasing speculation about a possible departure is un-nerving to say the least. However, should Henry choose to leave, we would have nothing but praise for the player who has given us all some wonderful memories and even greater goals.

Nice one Thierry.




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Writer: Rocky7 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday May 5 2006

Time: 6:01PM

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Will be sad if we see a great man like him not play for arsenal anymore.Well done for winning it.You have gaven us great goals especcially the on for ljunberg and fabregas.Hope u will stay.
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05/05/2006 19:19:00

I can only echo those sentiments. A great striker who is not too unlike Ronaldinho. He's got skill as well as pace, scores great goals and generally has a smile. I hope he stays.
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