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Three Released By Arsenal

Three young players have been released by Arsenal Football Club.

It's always a sad time of year for a select few youngster when they find out that they have not been chosen to stay on in North London (the red and white half anyway), but today saw the release of two goalkeepers & a defender.

Michael Jordan, Mark Howard & Sean Kelly will no longer feature for Arsenal, but we wish them the best of luck with their careers.




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Writer: Rocky7 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday June 30 2006

Time: 8:06PM

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Oh well, I wish them the best of luck in whatever team they go too, they were ok and Michael Jorden played a little in the reserves but I guess some one has to go each year.
gunner-minesh
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30/06/2006 20:16:00

Oh, how we could do with any or even all 3 at Millmoor!!!
herringthorpe
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30/06/2006 21:20:00

they could turn out to be stars but if they were to be you wouldn't of realsed them but o well lol
wallis
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01/07/2006 00:26:00

we had jordan on trial once at argyle didnt show much promise really and then fell down the leagues and didnt impress there either
green giant 12
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01/07/2006 01:13:00

best of luck to them anyways....hope they dont turn out to be stars...
ryder87
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01/07/2006 07:25:00

"yes we could do with having a look at them, but they wont want to drop to division 1"
millers4eva
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01/07/2006 07:46:00

All wishes good luck.They have enjoyed their arsenal stay i hope another clucb will take them
kenyanrudeboy
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01/07/2006 11:55:00

 

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