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Good Luck To Justin As He Moves To Boro

Justin Hoyte has completed his move from Arsenal to Boro.

Hoyte, an Arsenal man since he was a small boy, has battled in vein to gain first team football in North London and finally admitted defeat and moved to the North East.

Justin showed an impeccable attitude in his time at Arsenal and had a work ethic many senior players would do well to observe.

We here at Vital Arsenal would like to wish Justin all the best in his new career and look forward to giving him a warm welcome when he returns to the Grove with his new club.




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The Journalist

Writer: Rocky7 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Saturday August 16 2008

Time: 3:03PM

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All the best Justin. Wherever football takes you, I hope you succeed.
gunnerkid107
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16/08/2008 15:08:00

Good luck Justin! You may not be an Arsenal player anymore but we know you're an Arsenal fan.
Lou the Gunneress
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16/08/2008 15:30:00

Yes, all the best to one of the few loyal players left in the game. And Rocky, you're right, he battled 'in vein' to get into the side, bleeding Arsenal red. He battled in vain as well : )
elbondo
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16/08/2008 16:35:00

Your team is a million times better then our team, its a joke that people even compare us to you, its a joke that we thought we could finish in the top four, I'm just here to say sorry ... just sorry ... :(
OnlyOneHotspur
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16/08/2008 17:01:00

Good luck Justin - I'll be wishing you well except when you play against us!
Passenal
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16/08/2008 17:01:00

Great guy, and, although not Arsenal quality, ad good player too. Good luck at Boro. I'll be glad to see him there, I have a bit of a soft spot for Boro, especially after today
ArsenalRob
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16/08/2008 17:21:00

OOHS, Tottenham has a handful of talented players but every two years they have a completely new team and coaching staff. Consistency is how you get good results.
gunnerkid107
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16/08/2008 17:30:00

OOHS - No need to apologise. Just remember there's no need to compare your team to anyone. Live by that simple rule and you'll have much more fun watching your team!!
Rocky7
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16/08/2008 18:02:00

So Justin is now a goner and not a gooner. It's a sensible move for him as he would only have been the smallest of bit part players for us. I hope he goes on to have a decent career. He has never embarrassed himself or the club and should be sure of a welcome whenever he comes back.
Amos.
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16/08/2008 18:23:00

Hilarious, only the first day of the season and we have a spudlet begging for mercy already!! :)
nikolaijns
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16/08/2008 18:29:00

Justin Hoyte, a true Gunner. Good luck fella, I hope you return to your roots one day.
G4L
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16/08/2008 18:50:00

Rocky7 its not fun watching your team lose to a piece of $hit side like Boro' ... nikolaijns ... it is funny I guess, but its not funny for me.
OnlyOneHotspur
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16/08/2008 19:17:00

Gunnerkid107 - "Consistency is how you get good results"......bit rich coming from an Arsenal fan, hey?
united4life
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16/08/2008 19:42:00

Okay so Arsene has changed up the team but its been in a gradual manner not like Spurs who did it all in one summer. And yes we have consistency. Our first choice XI has only two changes from last season, I'd say thats pretty consistent. But mainly we are consistent because in AW's system, players can come and go without to much difference to the team. Its his consistent philosophy that keeps our team playing well.
gunnerkid107
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16/08/2008 20:02:00

Good luck Justin. I didnt want him to go, coz we cant afford to reduce this squad anymore. In any case, I think he will have a good career, coz he is a good competent RB and will do well at Boro.
prits
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16/08/2008 20:10:00

I'd rather see Arsenal win the league over those Man united (unts ... Wenger despite not winning as many trophies is a much better manager then that red nose**** up north. They were lucky to win the league and champions league double last season ... lets hope they win Łuck all this year. Spurs are $hit and I can't look forward to them having much joy with anything so I'll just look forward to watching the dreams of others crushed too lol ... Man united scum!!!
OnlyOneHotspur
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16/08/2008 20:23:00

He's no longer a Gunner but has always been and will always be a Gooner. A bit sad to see him introduced at Boro today. But he must pleased with the first game of his new team, especially as a Gooner through and through. Good luck Justin!
Lou the Gunneress
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16/08/2008 20:27:00

Damn shame, I like Justin - again - I don't begrudge him, he was a fantastic servant to the club, never heard a peep out of him other than positive words about the club, atmosphere and manager. Best thing for his career though. Good luck Justin mate, all the best in your future endeavours.
Gunnerman
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16/08/2008 20:40:00

I have never felt this sad about a player leaving Arsenal, nost even Henry. Even though he wasnt playing much he still wanted to stay and fight, he is to honored greatly for his attitude. I wish he coulld have made his way to the first team but this is best and will be good for him. I wish him the best in his career. God Bless you Justin!
Paulsito
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17/08/2008 00:13:00

If he is anywhere near the same standard of value for money we got from Aliadiere we have got ourselves a bargain! Hopefully he will do well for us.
marron
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17/08/2008 00:17:00

Hope Justin enjoys alot of 1st team games at the Boro, and makes a name for himself there. Good Luck Justin!
hackneyval
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17/08/2008 05:29:00

 

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