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Cheers Sven

Cheers Sven

Advantage Arsenal.

The Gunners took a massive step in their title challenge this afternoon without an Arsenal boot kicking a ball in anger.

On an emotional day at Old Trafford, United's neighbours registered a huge win that recorded their first league double over the Champions for the first time since 19blahdeblah.

The excuse could be made that the occasion got to Fergie's men, but in reality Sven the shagger and his boys in blue ran the show from start to finish.

Darius Vassel & new boy Benjani scored for Arsenal, with Carrick bagging a late consolation goal.

Let's hope the boys in red and white take advantage of United's slip at home to Blackburn tomorrow.

Cheers Sven.

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Writer:Rocky7
Date:Sunday February 10 2008
Time: 4:00PM

Comments

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Great result for us but will mean nothing if we can't capitalise tomorrow, meanwhile.... come on you Mickeys!!
nikolaijns
10/02/2008 16:20:00
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LD now I'm nervous!
Lou the Gunneress
10/02/2008 16:22:00
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our boys can handle pressure much better than fergie's men ... we will capitalize tomorrow and the only bummer is i have to watch this game at work !
yazz
10/02/2008 17:13:00
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unbeleivable news but how often have we seen in the past title rivals all dropping points on the same weekend. its almost like when you see the other teams lose, you cant handle the pressure.
gazzap
10/02/2008 17:36:00
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Wow, Carragher speaking after a game, I think I understand dogs better than him.
k_chelski
10/02/2008 17:55:00
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"I'mahlitteh dissapoinah itwah massivegamah, bu-ah Ithinkwehplayedwell yahknah"
k_chelski
10/02/2008 17:58:00
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lol kevin.
G4L
10/02/2008 18:09:00
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And chelsky drawing makes the result at OT all that better and yazz what kind of a job do you have beign able to watch live football on tv? what ever it is I want a job like that.
Armory
10/02/2008 18:14:00
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great results today. i really think that if we win tommorow, and keep some fucus, we should be lifting the premiership trophy come the end of the season. however, easier said than done. i wouldnt be surprised if we one or if man u do now. at beggining of the season i thought that we would be fantatstic but then get pipped by Manyoo, and that's still a possibility, but we really are close now.
ArsenalRob
10/02/2008 18:28:00
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THANK YOU SVEN. Our boys will win tomorrow, they show up for the big games, and this game is BIG.
ian7
10/02/2008 18:45:00
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