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Arsenal Line Up: Walcott Starts

Theo Walcott's heroics in midweek has earnt him his second Premiership start of the season.

In another suprising move Freddie Ljungberg comes in for Alex Hleb with Adebayor replacing the injured Henry.

Starting Line Up.

Lehmann
Eboue
Toure
Senderos
Clichy
Walcott
Fabregas
Gilberto
Flamini
Ljungberg
Adebayor




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The Journalist

Writer: Rocky7 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Saturday November 25 2006

Time: 4:52PM

Your Comments

3 -1 oops - 1 man team ?
Boony
12 points off and no game in hand. time to concede. maybe next year or the year after or after or after............ anelka was a great buy!!
cockeril
time to bring in the exorcist to shake this one away..ghost of all things past takes two......very bad result for any dreams you had of sneaking up the top/........................
ernshaw
booooo hooooo, 3-1. Thats really not good enough, how can man united go to the reebok and batter them 4-1/4-0 and we get hammered 3-1. YES YESS we played well in the 2nd half and hit the bar multiple times but please no one say that dreaded word unlucky, we just cant keep saying this. They scored 3 goals we scored 1, this is getting very depressing and we need a plan b its simple. Were out of the title race imo, but i though that before this game, i hope for a top 4 finish.
hazzagooner
arsenal always step up there game against the bigger teams but always seem to drop stupid points when you could of killed the game. a new strike partner is need for henry and for when hes injured
rooneyisgod
One man team? No. We won five other games without him this season. Spineless, gutless and workshy on the day.....most definately.
Rocky7
What an unacceptable result. Ljungberg must look at his words said to the press and shake his head. He was one of the biggest, spineless culprits last year, and I only found a marginal, if any, difference in his performance this time round.
Jammathon
desperation strikes, the kid plays!!
BaldyYid
 

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