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The Great Arsenal Give-Away

The Great Arsenal Give-Away

Welcome to the great Arsenal give-away.

After the apparent inability of our Vital Arsenal members to to predict the starting line up (+ subs) of any given Arsenal match, we still have our FA Cup Classic's dvd to give away.

But now there is more!!

In addition to the dvd, we are now also giving away an Arsenal goody bag containing, the dvd (obviously), a matchday programme from the Champions League tie against Juventus, a beatiful charcoal print of the iceman Dennis Bergkamp, a Highbury final salute lapel badge, a book containing a collection of images from Highbury & a copy of 'The Professor' by Myles Palmer.

It's certainly a great prize for any Gooner.

All you have to do to win this great prize is answer this simple question.

Who scored the league clinching goal for Arsenal at Anfield in 1989?

All answers should be made by full members of the Vital Arsenal by clicking the link below this article and posting the correct answer in the forum.

In the extremly likeley event of a tie, the winner shall be picked at random.

In addition, enterants must also have at least 30 posts to their name by the time the deadline is reached. Also if the competition has fewer than 30 entries then the competition will be void.

The dealine for the competition will be Friday 8th September, with the winner announced on Sunday 10th September.

Good luck.


Click here to join in the debate on the club forum.

Writer:Rocky7
Date:Sunday August 27 2006
Time: 8:00PM

Comments

0
Is that the Michael Thomas goal? It's all up for grabs now? That's it, contestants.
greatwhitenorf
27/08/2006 22:34:00
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Thats right GWN, why don't you enter, you spend so much time here I'm susspecting you're actually a gooner. I bet you'd love this prize!!
Rocky7
27/08/2006 22:36:00
0
I thought "giveaway" was a reference to the Man city game.
Stone Age Gooner
27/08/2006 23:55:00
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Someone has to step up and stir the pot. I'd appreciate a little appreciation.
greatwhitenorf
28/08/2006 19:26:00
0
Ok GWN, I guess if someone doesn't express their appreciation then you might go and do something silly................
Rocky7
28/08/2006 23:52:00
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