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Gallas Looks On The Brightside

Gallas Looks On The Brightside

Arsenal new boy, William Gallas believes the result (of Wednesday) is not what we should be concerning ourselves with, but the manner in which we performed.

While it may sound a bit silly, he's right. With performances like that, the goals will come, and sooner rather than later.

What happened on Wednesday was a freak oocurance, see a performance like that again and I gurantee you goals.

Anyway, Billy appears to be more than excited about the prospect of playing in our brilliantly exciting team.

'We now have to go to get a result at Porto but that is a good thing.It gives us a chance to show we've arrived as a team and to prove how good we are.' Gallas enthused.

'We are starting to see this team has the class to win something major this season with the way we are able to play football.'

'Yes, they had one chance but it was all about the football we played. That was magnificent to see from any team and a pleasure to be involved in.'

'I feel very confident about us. We may not have won the game and still have work to do to qualify. But I am not depressed or down at all. If anything, I'm more confident than I was before we played Moscow.'

'In the defence, we're starting to play as a real unit. And we have the belief that the guys up front are capable of scoring at any moment against any team.'

'That is the measure of the football we can play. The goals will come, no doubt.'

Do you ever recall Gallas speaking with such enthusiasm when playing for Chelsea?


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Writer:Rocky7
Date:Friday November 3 2006
Time: 10:55AM

Comments

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as i said before, good to see the players coming out and acknowledging the performance and how they will take it forward to future games. some of the football played was amazing and you just know that someone soon is gonna have all the chances go into the back of the net and give us one of the biggest results of the season. i so hope that happens on Dec 2nd
PUREGOLD
03/11/2006 11:52:00
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You ain't gonna win the prem this season
Tigerphil
03/11/2006 14:02:00
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Top man Billy.
hatespur
03/11/2006 14:05:00
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go back to the board that spawned you, tigerphil. No-one's bothered by your drivel - yu've illicited no tetchy responses - better luck next time... as for the arsenal, the players feel positive about our level of play, and they are ALL winners and big players, so if they weren't confident in the way it's going, I'm sure it'd show. Refining our game, and it's aaaaalmost there... »»Arsene Knows««
Wingston75
03/11/2006 14:16:00
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'Chelski are going to try to buy the league again' would be a more accurate statement from Tigerphil. Did all proper football fans find their attempt to smear the reputation of Gallas, as pathetic as me? As a Spurs fan it is increasingly difficult to hate the Gunners while Chelsea are around. Damm
Sir_Harry
03/11/2006 14:45:00
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ha ha harry, may i put you in the catergory of "one of the few spurs fans i like".. atlast a spuds fan that speaks sense. i would like to know though what billy did to shush those chelski people up ? it all went quiet unless i missed something while i was away ?
PUREGOLD
03/11/2006 15:26:00
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Gallas has been class for you Gooners so far this season. But I still think that it was stupid to get rid of Cole, he was class for you lot.
wei, wu and shu
03/11/2006 15:56:00
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You may want to rethink the connection between Cole and class...I don't think there are two better antonyms in the english dictionary. I won't argue better choices of words to describe Ashley Cole, like perhaps 'talented' or even 'gifted'; but class?! At least you got three of the letters right (no, I'm not speaking of the 'c' or the 'l' dumbass).
SUX2BU
03/11/2006 16:15:00
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I actually feel sorry for Wayne Bridge. He started the season well but Cole has come in and to be frank has not impressed. Messi had him in his pocket and other players have this season as well. I think Bridge deserves to be treated better and I think he would walk into any other Premiership team and make a pretty decent contribution.
Sir_Harry
03/11/2006 16:23:00
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Chelski ! There a sad,sad joke.If there's a club that sum's up all that's wrong with football it's them. NO-HISTORY - NO-SOUL - NO-ONE CARES !
HATEtheGOONS
03/11/2006 17:06:00
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