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Watford V Arsenal Team News

The teams that will do battle are as follows...


Watford:

Foster
Mariappa
Shittu
DeMerit
Stewart
Smith
Mahon
Bangura
McNamee
Young
Bouazza

Arsenal:

Lehmann

Hoyte
Toure
Djourou
Clichy

Hleb
Fabregas
Gilberto
Rosicky


Van Persie
Adebayor




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The Journalist

Writer: Nick Simmonett  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday December 26 2006

Time: 5:28PM

Your Comments

Man this was some tense match, shouldn't have been tense but we won anyway, 3rd again!
gunner-minesh
BIG 3 POINTS..........
luckys_10
Phew! Did I say I hate set pieces? I love'em! Gilberto was immense again, and I think Senderos played very well, but have no clue why was Djourou sub'd? RvP had a fairly poor game but once more he proved that he can change the game with one strike. And where did the assist come from? Theo, Theo, Theo!
G4L
shakey, but a good 3 pts, just what we needed and what a goal from RVP ! its what i refer to as an UGLY win ! and thats what we need more of ! and WOW Gilberto just can't stop scoring !
PUREGOLD
Wenger will no doubt talk about fighting spirit. But still shakey. Didn't know why we were playing that many long balls? what we needed was the wingers to be wider both Hleb/rosicky were playing almost on top of Fabulous Fab. Did you notice until Theo's sub in 70th min we had 11 players from 11 different countries :)
questforavalon
Walcott's entire setup was incredible...first the way he kept the ball in play, then the vision and accuracy to make that pass to Persie in stride. Once he got in that position, you knew there was only gonna be one result. So a hard earned three points against a scrappy Watford team, while Cashley Cole makes himself look like a muppet against Reading. Not a bad day all around.
Shinobi
Anyone seen them lot from the Lane? Awfully quiet these days...
G4L
Delighted with the win but you have to feel for Watford. They may have been in our faces but they gave us a run for our money. Full credit to them.
simmy8_2000
 

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