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Brazil v Argentina At Ashburton

Rumours are filtering through that Ashburton Grove is set to host it's first international.

According to reports Brazil will play Argentina at the Emirates in a friendly on 2nd September.

More information as it comes in.




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The Journalist

Writer: Rocky7 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday August 1 2006

Time: 8:32PM

Your Comments

Great news but why would Argentina be playing Brazil in England??
KingGooner
maybe most major stars dont want to travel to S. America with European seasons just starting
fernando
Plus it's at the best stadium in the world ;)
Rocky7
Might see if I can blag a ticket. Neber watched an international game before, probably because England is the only choice on offer!
Little Dutch
i watched an under 21 clash a few years ago involving a certain steven gerrard. England won 4-0 and stevie was absolutely class and has not looked back since.
Aamir
maybe we may do a deal for mascherano soon. dunno jus dreaming
protocal
Finally, some quality football for the Flybrary.
greatwhitenorf
Thats the most ridiculous comments you've ever made GWN, and you've made a few iffy ones to say the least. Our football is far superior to yours and you know it. Go on, admit it, you daren't dare you.
Rocky7
Cants say i see no reason to see big teams play in a magnificent stadium
kenyanrudeboy2
new brazil coach dunga, has dropped the 'MAGIC QUARTET' for brazil's next game.
Adilson
Sky Sports news announcing "Breaking News" that Brazil will play Argentina at Arsenal's Emirtaes stadium on September 2nd...............really fella's you need to keep up, you're a good 16 hours behind :P
Rocky7
what a match that will be, to bad i dont live anywhere near london, i would of gone to that. btw the stadium looks lice :p
green giant 12
fitting that the only team without pretty much any english players hosts its first international freindly and its not even england!!
elmo85
go suck your thumb elmo...you spend far too much time on our articles
mish
Calm down Mish - He's just as entitled to voice his opinion here as anyone else..............even if his opinion is rubbish :P
Rocky7
yes yes but its the same old story we dont have many english players our stadium is...blah blah blah. we should just number there complaints so all they have to do is post e.g. no1 or no6 and we will know what they are talking about.
mish
Mish, now you're starting to understand how we feel when the Spuds and scousers come to our site with "you ain't got no history" "just wait til Roman leaves" and "5 Euro cups" not that any Arsenal fans would do anything like that!
Westl
They only use "insults" (and I use that in the lossest possible way) like that because they have no other ammo on us. Chelsea seem to be the new super power, whilst Spurs have always lived in Arsenal's shadow, they claim to be a big club but when you look at the facts they are so far from it it's unreal. I've seen Spurs fans acuse Chelsea of having no history even though Chelsea have now won more league titles than them.
Rocky7
Why on earth should our fantastic stadium denegrate itself by hosting England games? Give me a quality clash between Brazil and the Argies anyday.
Little Dutch
Can't imagine it'll be a quality pair of squads. Best players aren't going to play in a derby while Euro & Champ leagues are underway. Maybe the little gods in yellow will bring over their u-20 squad, the one that lost 2-1 to Canada last month.
greatwhitenorf
Can you imagine Brazil vs Argentina at White Hart Lane? Ha ha ha, thought not.
pitythefool
this shoulds be a relly good game, but like people have said they are not going to put out full squads, but then it should still be a good game hopefully, all we need now is a boxing match to happen there and it will be just like highbury
Walcott
next youll be host iran v iraq at the camel jockey stadium, and if its such a great stadium, why does reyes campbell cole and henry (before his hissy fit on live tv) want to leave
barcafan2006
I don't care about the story..I wanna see more of the girl in the picture!!!
Druss_the_Legend
 

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