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Arsene Wenger optimistic podcast

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Chelsea vs Arsenal - Wenger optimistic

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger refutes all claims that he has had another spat with Thierry Henry, and is optimistic looking ahead to the match with Chelsea at Stamford Bridge.

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Date:Friday December 8 2006

Time: 3:04PM

Your Comments

Thinking it's going to be a physical game, Lehmann, Eboue, Clichy, Senderos(Dear God) Djourou, Gilberto, Cesc, Baptista, Ljungberg, Flamini, Adebeyor? I'd be tempted with RVP but think i would give the nod to Flamini in the hope he will pull one out of the bag!!
Andros14
I hope he plays RVP instead of Flamini, if either of those two players is capable of doing something special to change a match its him
Monkeyjerky
I'm glad someone is. I fear the worst!
Rocky7
guys we dun have to fear anything, this game is far more important to chelsea than to us, 3 dropped points against chelsea won't do much harm to us finishing in the top 3 or even top 2, but for chelsea to win dis match, they have to win this game, so i expect to them to attack, atleast till they get a goal, and that will give us space to attack too, and we will create chances, if only we convert one of them before they do, chelsea cud well be in for a little suprise, and the lads will be fired up for this one, so lets not fear anything, and go all out for a win..
luckys_10
I'm surprisingly optimistic for this game, i reckon we could pull off a surprise win, as Luckys says, we've get everything to gain and nothing to lose pretty much
Monkeyjerky
it would be good not to lose to them,cos it gives out the right message,that we can compete against the so called top teams,if you dont lose to your title rivals then you inevitably go on to win the league,
fran merida
 

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