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Gilberto: Let's Win 'Em All

Arsenal's invisible wall, Gilberto Silva believes Arsenal could fire themselves back into contention for the league title if they beat Man Utd on Sunday.

Oh........and every team we face in the league after that.

Sheffield United away aside, Arsenal's record since the begining of December is belting and Bert reckons a run like Arsenal went on in 2001/02, could propel them towards Premier League contention.

'We need to take it step by step. To change our situation we have to win all 15 games we have remaining,' Gilberto said

'Sunday will be very important for us. If we win, who knows what might happen. Maybe they could slip up, like we did in the 2002/03 season.'

'We were 12 points ahead and then we dropped point after point and they caught up with us and won the league.'

'But first of all we have to make sure we win our games, because unless we do that nothing can happen.'




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Writer: Rocky7 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday January 18 2007

Time: 3:10PM

Your Comments

well, lets beat them on sunday, and get more closer to them and then just maybe, we may have a chance, but at the moment, 3 points on sunday should be the only thing on our minds..
luckys_10
ha ha no chance
rooneyisgod
we'll see whos smiling this sunday..
luckys_10
Doesnt hurt to have such a positive attitude. anything is possible fo this talented gooner bunch. Having said that, i agree with lucky, lets focus on the 3 points against Man U 1st, its not gonna be easy game.
prits
smile on sunday at losing the match i dont care even if you were to win you would have no chance in catching us
rooneyisgod
rooney is a cheating lying diving back stabbing granny shagging ugly mo fo,who is overated as a footballer,and i hope we beat you on sunday
fran merida
haha if we dun win the title, you won't either after you lose on sunday :p..
luckys_10
Sadly I'd rather see Man U win the title than Chelsea...such is my disdain for the latter.
Shinobi
nothing can go perfect 4 arse
Adilsking
 

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