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Mass Contract Signing Continues

So far this summer we have new contracts for Thierry Henry, Kolo Toure & Cesc Fabregas, and now Johan Djourou is the latest to come clean and admit a new contract.

Speaking on Arsenal.com the young centre back said,

"I signed for six years in the summer, it shows the boss and the Club see the future with me, which is a great thing. I'm very happy to be part of a club like Arsenal and I'll do all I can for them."

Yet more great news for a club who pretty much has every important player tied down to a new long term conract.

Who'll be next??




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Writer: Rocky7 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday October 31 2006

Time: 6:31PM

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luvverly jubberly!!! This is more contractual music to my ears, and a further indication of the belief arsene has in this crop of youngsters. One by one they're pledging their long term futures to the red and white. And with a core like this, they can all hopefully grow together as a team, and blossom. Chuffed to hear djourou's the next one tied down :) »»Arsene Knows««
Wingston75
This kid has one hell of a future.
Little Dutch
exactly!!! he's got one hell of a present too, as well... »»Arsene Knows««
Wingston75
And to think we wanted to buy Curties Davies.
Gaga
i remember we did a poll to find out wher we need to strengthen and the defence was always a weakness....with gallas all was solved...and with philipe back ,clichy back,soon diaby so we can rest fabregas,who knew hoyte was gonna blow,with all the players out we still going good we can only get better...remember we havent really seen baptista yet,,,....im excited....
daddyb
 

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