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Rosicky: We Don't Care

Today see's the draw of the knockout stages of the Champions League, and Arsenal's Tomas Rosicky isn't bothered one jot who the mighty Gunner draw.

Last season Arsenal dispatched of Ajax, Real Madrid, Juventus & Villarreal, only to fall at the final hurdle to the 'might' of Barcelona.

Rosicky believes that we can beat anybody on our day and it doesn't matter who we draw, it's all the same to him.

'I have to say that it is hard to choose at this stage. It is all the same to me,' Rosicky told Sport.

'I have no special wish against which one to play. There are no teams I would like to avoid and at the same level no teams I would like to play.'

'We take it as it goes. It is not only Barcelona, there is also threat in Real Madrid or Italian clubs such as Inter and Roma.'

'We can beat anyone.'




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Writer: Rocky7 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday December 15 2006

Time: 9:35AM

Your Comments

In other words, WE WANT LILLE!
Little Dutch
After last season, we cannot get a "tougher" draw en route to the trophy. Whoever the ***** we get, we'll kick they bumz!
Gaga
After last years tough draw we deserve lille! no doubt it will be Barca, Real or Inter!
iceman10
I want Barca. I really do. I feel this is the best time to beat them!!
Rocky7
Arsenal are probably the best team in the champions league on their day. Unfortunately they really aren't consistent enough this season.
getintoem
PSV!
iceman10
PSv is a very good draw.. personally i think Porto could prove tricky tie for Maureen and barce will deffo be tough for Liverpool, if the unthinkable happened, it would make the rest of competition very interesting should the favs go out.
PUREGOLD
I'm looking forward to a great match and hopefully, Rosicky will be even better than before! ^^
ducksworth
 

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