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Gooner Scores For England Shocker!

Vital Arsenal brings you the amazing news that two, yes TWO Arsenal players started for England, well, England U21`s and one of them even managed to score a goal. I know, unbelievable.

Both Justin Hoyte and Theo Walcott started the game in Holland. England just about edged the game thanks to a Justin Hoyte goal after a howler from Dutch 'keeper. Boy Waterman's clearance hit the right back who only had to pass the ball in to an open goal to give England the lead.

Theo Walcott played 83 minutes and looked dangerous throughout although he didn`t find the net.

Another former Arsenal youngster - Quincy Owusu-Abeyie played the full 90 minutes for Holland.

Well that`s the news folks, an Arsenal player scored for England. You don`t see it too often so treasure it.




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Writer: Nick Simmonett  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday November 14 2006

Time: 11:49PM

Your Comments

Hope the keeper ends up at White Hart Lane, although having said that he's probably better than the fat useleess git they have at the moment!
northwilts
Also in this same news section, reports emerged following the match that the ga,e was indoubt prior to kick off, due to the poor state of the pitch. The Problem was rectified once Martin Jol stepped into the breach and kindly offered to roll from one end of the pitch to the other, thus resulting in a lovely smooth surface, much like the one stretched around his ginormous gut. »»Arsene Knows««
Wingston75
today's cheap spurs jibe was brought to you by the letter 'A', which stands for 'Arsenal', the pride of north london. »»Arsene Knows««
Wingston75
And the number 11 ;)
Rocky7
What a great year the boy is having.
yusufine
but unfortunately theo had to go off injured,well thats what they said on sky...so if thats true,then the curse of the internationals strike again.
fran merida
apparently theo's was a hand injury, hopefully none too serious. »»Arsene Knows««
Wingston75
too much w***ing. You know what it's like at that age.
hatespur
I think you'll find also that a Gooner scored the last 2 goals for the U-21's before last night too.
hatespur
yeah.. walcott did that.. but its really unbelieveable tofind hoyte on the scoresheet.. hope he does that more often..
go4it_adi
Holding out for you're under 21's!!! Shame you have no full England Internationals!!
BaldyYid
Not like your peripheral England players. They must be pretty sh1t not to get into the current side. Apart from big fat Robbo of course. Quality goalkeeper as long as the shot is above knee height.
hatespur
fat Robbo - Arsenal reject :p..
luckys_10
what is happening, are we going the spuds direction and getting all english for breakfast ? i still prefer my conteniental crossaints myself.. but hey ho
PUREGOLD
we are going to take over the england national team, and then we are going to be blamed for pooring the standard of european football by having all english players :p..
luckys_10
hey guys, here's a question for everyone, can anyone tell who was the last arsenal player to score for the national side before sol campbell at the world cup 2002?
luckys_10
Could this be a trick question? Cos Ray Parlour had an effort incorrectly ruled out v. Finland in October 1999. Prior to that, it would have to be Merson or Wright? Though Jeffers scored v Oz in 2003. That's a ******* good question.
Little Dutch
Robinson is still pretty young for a keeper and Lehmann who was at Schalke at this age was notorious for some shockers.
Sir_Harry
he's having a great time and to get thge winner too........
ernshaw
Martin Keown in a friendly against Malta, 3rd June 2000
Cygone
didn't cashley score any when he was playing for our club?
luckys_10
Luckys - Nope, think he may have a couple of assists but hasn't scored any
Cygone
 

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