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Wenger joy at going top (AUDIO)


A majestic second half display from Arsenal saw Emmanuel Adebayor twice and Cesc Fabregas clinch a comeback at White Hart Lane as for the 6th time under Martin Jol, Spurs failed to hold on to a lead in a North London Derby.

Gunners' boss Arsene Wenger tells of his delight at the character shown as his side head the Premier League for the first time in 3 years.


Audio Length: 2 Min 30 Sec

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Writer: Lee Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday September 16 2007

Time: 7:44PM

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looks like we'll stay at the top for a while. We've got derby westham and sunderland next.... at least 7 points
49ers
We don't want to get carried away now. Some of us seem to enjoy our low profile status as it is at this time. We know what we got. Let others wonder. To their detriment. AW knows. Always.
Warri Gooner
The video is on Skysports as well - http://www.skysports.com/video/0,20285,12606_2731586,00.html
agent14
Things are looking very glum at the 2nd richest club in the world. The doom mongers were right about us.
hatespur
yup
korodon
hello
Jacky B
It's early days, let's stay cool. The next few fixtures do look like we should hold on to our position and go into the Liverpool clash with some momentum, but we have 33 matches to go, not 3.
afri-gooner
well deserved in what I saw....no wonder he is happy....
ernshaw
Lets not get carried away...........but..........this year I think we will win the league, league cup, fa cup, Champions league, the leyland daf trophy, the makita international trophy (remember that one guys?)..............
GARP7777
In a flash pad in Barcelona a certain Frenchman allows himself a wry bittersweet smile and raises a toast to his mentor and tutor of many years.
nikolaijns
you wont be there long believe me liverpool are looking great and i expect us to be really strong this season, i have to hold my hands up here i thought you lot might struggle this season but you have proved me wrong so far
muffdaddy1983
 

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