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Wenger Names Carling Cup Squad

Arsene Wenger has named his squad who will tackle Everton at Goodison park in the Carling Cup this evening.

The young line up includes the exciting Fran Merida who looks set to make his first team debut.

Theo Walcott also returns to the squad.

Squad in full:-

Manuel Almunia
Mart Poom
Philippe Senderos
Johan Djourou
Emmanuel Eboue
Armand Traore
Mathieu Flamini
Alexandre Song
Theo Walcott
Denilson
Emmanuel Adebayor
Jeremie Aliadiere
Matthew Connolly
Mark Randall
Fran Merida
Ryan Garry




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Writer: Rocky7 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday November 8 2006

Time: 2:46PM

Your Comments

That cant be right, far too many English players for you gooner scum bags! COYS
Gavaldinho
Is this on TV somewhere tonight?
Studebaker Hawk
yeah i hope so, my cousin went and saw the kids last time and said traore was amazing and denilson was class.
PUREGOLD
Gavaldinho....Is that Brazilian for intellectual?
northwilts
Now that's a feel-good result. My week's so much better :D.
Jammathon
 

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