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Coleman: Don't Write Arsenal Off

Fulham manager, Chris Coleman says it`s too early too dismiss Arsenal`s title challenge as over, if for no other reason than that the side is full of pure quality.

Coleman believes that Arsenal are capable of going on a ten match winning streak and firing themselves back into contention, and they even have the ability to become the first team in more than 50 games to beat Chelsea at the Bridge.

Coleman said: 'You can't write Arsenal off simply because of the quality they've got. If they hit a run of form they can win 10 games on the trot.'

'They can go and win at Stamford Bridge and they've beaten United at Old Trafford. That's why Mourinho says it's not just a two-horse race. Arsenal are one team who, in full flow, are very good at scoring goals and creating opportunities.'

You know, I always liked that Chris Coleman!!




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Writer: Rocky7 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday November 29 2006

Time: 9:01AM

Your Comments

Rubbish, the title is over for Arsenal this year, no way will Chelskimoneybags or Man Utd drop that many points.
The Fear
we trust our boss if he says it is not over then i m backing him
afghenry
If we beat Chelsea at the Bridge and win our game in hand we'll only be four points behind Chelsea, which isn't insurmountable. Catching Chelsea should be our first aim, if we can manage that, then we worry about Man Utd!
Rocky7
good point rocky7.. if we beat'em at the bridge.. and win against wigan(our game in hand).. we're just 4 off the pace.. and know what.. i got a funny feeling we gonna make it 6 out of 6 wins against the teams in the big 4.. seriously..
go4it_adi
we must concentrate more on beating the lesser endowed teams..
go4it_adi
right us off at your peril, arsenal are due a run and due some big wins, starting tonight then staurday then the following week at the bridge. bring it on baby !
PUREGOLD
 

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