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A Hat-rick Claims The Hat-rick

A Hat-rick Claims The Hat-rick

With all the celebrations and scandal of the past few days, I must admit to forgetting to produce an article congratulating Thierry Henry on once again finishing the season as the Premiership's leading marksman.

Henry bagged a hat-rick against Wigan on the final day of the season in the last ever game at Highbury to claim his thrid award in as many weeks.

With 27 goals in the league Thierry Henry finished a country mile in front of the other candidates, with the closest being Alex Ferguson's arch enemy, Ruud van Horseface.

Henry has been the most consistent striker in the world, averaging just under 30 goals a season for the past 5 years.

As far as I can remember this is Henry 4th golden boot award in 5 seasons.

A true Arsenal legend, lets hopes he sticks around to score a lot more.

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Writer:Rocky7
Date:Tuesday May 9 2006
Time: 9:20PM

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Comments

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what a legend he is. Great achievement for him this season again.
jono_forest
09/05/2006 22:28:00
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I personally don't get what all the hype is about. I'd say he's average at best :)
pitythefool
09/05/2006 23:01:00
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Henry is a rare crop, many notches ahead of other strikers in EPL
SWPACIFIC
10/05/2006 01:25:00
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PTY you are a fool.
alwaysgunner
10/05/2006 03:19:00
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Henry is the best striker in the world winning this makes hime even more of a striker.
kenyanrudeboy
10/05/2006 07:01:00
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Alwaysgunner, I think PTF was being sarcastic, it's his way of saying he's awesome.
Rocky7
10/05/2006 18:09:00
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