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Henry For Another Golden Boot?

Vital Arsenal readers have predicted that Arsenal living Legend (yes thats LEGEND) Thierry Henry will be the top scoring Arsenal player at this years world cup.

The poll, suggested by Vital Arsenal's very own 'PityTheFool', may seemed like a no-brainer but Henry didn't score a single goal at the last World Cup tournament, and neither did France.

However, after another marvellous goal scoring season from the Frenchman, most of us seem to think Henry will lead the way.

Another Golden Boot perhaps?

Poll Results In Full:-

*Thierry Henry 63%
*Theo Walcott 9%
*Jose Antonio Reyes 5%
*Emmanuel Adebayor 9%
*Robin Van Persie 11%
*Other 3%






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Writer: Rocky7 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday May 28 2006

Time: 5:46PM

Your Comments

Henr will be the top scorer if he is the best striker he should be scoring loads yesterday against mexico he didnt play cause i think the manager wanted to keep him safe untill the finals
kenyanrudeboy
he will definately be top scorer, he's better by yards from the last world cup and slighlty fresher. he will destroy opposition squads...cant wait to see what theo will do.
mish
He has the potential, but France don't play to his abilties. Henry is great on the break, but when Zidane plays, their game is very different and Henry is often ineffective. Saying that, Zidane was shocking the other night (got subbed after 50mins) - if Domenich has the balls, he'll drop Zidane.... but he probably won't.
pitythefool
France didn't score a single goal last time??, not even in any of the group stage matches?
gunner-minesh
Nope, they didn't score a single goal in the entire tournament.
TheTruth
He'll score but I don't think more than 3, because France aren't going all the way.
Gunning for glory
I predict that between Henry and Walcott there will be one goal scored in the World Cup, not nearly enough for even a golden bootie!
Westl
no surprises there
green giant 12
he is a gr8 player but i dont think france will get far enough for him to score many
lawz1981
 

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