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Official: The Beast Is A Gooner

Juilo 'The Beast' Baptista is officially a Gooner.

The transfer took place just hours before the end of the transfer window. The deal see's Jose Reyes going on loan to Real Madrid for a season with The Beast coming to Arsenal for the same length of time.

Both clubs have the option to buy the players at the end of the loan spell.

Vital Arsenal takes this opportunity to welcome Julio Baptista to the Arsenal family.

Come on you Gunners.




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Writer: Rocky7 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday August 31 2006

Time: 10:39PM

Your Comments

Welcome to the family Mr. Beast......finally some strength on the pitch.
shutupdrogba
more useful than the beauty--home misser
robinhold82
I wonder how many Arsenal shirts with "Beast" on the back will be at Ashburton grove against Boro!!
Rocky7
not too many til he signs permanently, if they've any sense, Rocky7... »»Arsene Knows««
Wingston75
A player who can really flourish in the Prem.
Mikec
I'd like to see the Neville brother kick the Beast around. They wouldn't dare!!!!
Rocky7
good signing. its nice to finaly see some strength in the middle of the park. And he also has a good head, so we finaly have another set piece danger man.
ArsenalRob
finally what we was waiting for last season. usually wenger doesnt go back in for his man but now he does and you never know this could be the player that we was promised
abdleb
Finally someone that won't get pushed off the ball!
TimJ
All of a sudden I can't wait for Bolton away!
Little Dutch
i agree, little dutch. with gallas and baptista, sides wont be able to play the physical game and exploit it.
prits
 

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