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Arsenal At Home To Blades In 3rd Round Of Cup

Arsenal have been handed a home tie with Sheffield United in the 3rd round of the Carling Cup.

Arsene Wenger's young Gunners will take on The Blades for the second season running after knocking them out of the cup last year with a brace from Eduardo at Bramall Lane.

The 3-0 victory was completed with a goal from Brazilian, Denilson.

Draw In Full:

Arsenal v Sheff Utd
Brighton or Man City v Derby
Burnley v Fulham
Portsmouth v Chelsea
Blackburn v Everton
Rotherham v Southampton
Swansea v Cardiff
Ipswich v Wigan
Stoke v Reading
Leeds v Hartlepool
Watford v West Ham
Man Utd v Middlesbrough
Liverpool v Crewe
Aston Villa v QPR
Sunderland v Northampton
Newcastle v Tottenham







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Writer: Rocky7 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Saturday August 30 2008

Time: 12:25PM

Your Comments

Yay! A home draw for once.
Little Dutch
Makes a nice change eh LD. Though I was hoping for Leeds United away as an easy to get to week night match for me .. lol
Rocky7
The fun in this competition is thinking who we might put out. Wilshere seems certain to start along with Ramsey I'd imagine. Vela perhaps? Too early for Bischoff is it?
Amos.
Yep, great to get a Home match 1st off and it would be good to actual see the new lad Bischoff on the pitch as well as Wilshere and Ramsey for the CC run.
hackneyval
Not bad, could have been worse. Pompey v Chelsea, Blackburn v Everton, ManU v Boro, Newcastle v Spurs, pretty "mouth-watering" by CC standards eh? Yeah the fun bit is to see the kids. Wilshere, Vela, Ramsey, Bischoff (or Coquelin?), Fabianski. But at the back, I just wonder if "uncle" Mikael will play now that we have no Traore, Senderos and Hoyte hehe..
Lou the Gunneress
How old does Jack Wilshere have to be to not qualify as Arsenal's youngest ever player?
Tom14
Amazing, people say Arsene's ways of deploying youngsters in the carling cup degrades the competition. I know it's a bit of a biast view but personally I absolutely love this competition now.
ArsenalRob
Tomf I believe the current record holder's still Cesc, who made his Arsenal debut at 16 years and 177 days in Oct 2003. Jack, who's born on 1 Jan 1992, has no chance to break that record already. Next time/kid.
Lou the Gunneress
Again ? I would have preferred a new opponent, but this is a tournament that I'm always up for. Fantastic opportunity for the kids to show what they're made of. Somehow, I look forward to the CC more than the FA Cup. Last season's Blackburn game was one of my favourites of the season. Lets hope the kids can put a few past Sheffield Utd again.
prits
Jeez, that makes Jack Wilshere three weeks older than my nephew. Which also means he'd have got his GCSE results recently.
Little Dutch
 

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