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Starting Line Up V Porto

Starting Line Up V Porto

Robin van Persie has been called back into the starting 11 to face Porto in match day two of the Champions League group stages.

van Persie's call up is the only change from the starting line up who beat Sheffield United 3-0 on Saturday.

Starting Line Up:-

Jens Lehmann

Emmanuel Eboue
Kolo Toure
Johan Djourou
William Gallas

Cesc Fabregas
Gilberto
Hleb
Tomas Rosicky

Robin van Persie
Thierry Henry


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Writer:Rocky7
Date:Tuesday September 26 2006
Time: 7:08PM

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come on arsenal
no.1 rover
26/09/2006 19:25:00
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COME ON ARSENALLLLLLLL we need to show the world our beautiful football
abdleb
26/09/2006 19:29:00
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Late change: Djourou injured, Hoyte in. Hoyte moves to left back Billy in the centre!!
Rocky7
26/09/2006 19:41:00
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well, very satisfactory result. Good composure, could have had the early toure goal, but the lino made the right call, like it or not.Shame about djorou pickign up an injury before the match, but i think all gooners can take heart from the performance of hoyte at left back, who did very well, and displayed more promise there than i have seen in his previous performances. Also our first glimpse of Gallas at centre back, and he and toure seem to already have a very good understanding and solid relationship. Wenger's post-match interview suggest he will be out for 3 weeks minimum though. We're well versed in jiggling the back four about though, from last season :) AND thierry gets his 2nd headed goal in a week, from another sumptuous toure cross. more of the same please, you gooners - well done, boys. »»Arsene Knows««
Wingston75
26/09/2006 22:00:00
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Eboue cross Wingston, but I know that was just a typo ;)
Rocky7
26/09/2006 22:08:00
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oh balls, and i was doing so well with that summarisation. That's my five live roving reporter contract torn up before they even conceived it :) »»arsene Knows««
Wingston75
26/09/2006 22:23:00
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But you'll be a shoe in for ITV!! They get things wrong all the time, like when Peter Dury rather arrogantly told the audience that nobody would know who the last Arsenal player to score against a visiting Portugese side in Europe was......I knew it was Colin Pates where as he had to get a researcher to tell him. I also know it was a guy called Issiahas who knocked us out :(
Rocky7
26/09/2006 22:38:00
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also, Peter Drury called Eboue french! Still, it's not all bad, at least it was Clive 'ManYoo' Tyldsley commentating. »»Arsene Knows««
Wingston75
27/09/2006 00:54:00
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ARGH!!! WASN'T clive tyldsley. two mistakes in one night - I hear channel five a-calling... :) »»Arsene Knows««
Wingston75
27/09/2006 00:55:00
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and yeah, god i remember isiais - right ugly fecker, looked like one of the freaks from the spaceport bar on tattoine... »»Arsene Knows««
Wingston75
27/09/2006 00:58:00
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