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Lewis Hamilton Could Teach Arsenal A Thing Or Two

Lewis Hamilton Could Teach Arsenal A Thing Or Two

Lewis Hamilton today took his rightful place as the Formula 1 world champion.

In an exhilarating finish to a breathless race that saw the title slip from Lewis's grasp only to have it handed back on the last corner, the Englishman showed the fighting spirit and backbone throughout the entire season (after suffering set back after set back) that a few Arsenal players would do well to take note of.

The 23 year old never gave up, never stopped fighting and always believed.

Congratulations Lewis Hamilton.



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Writer:Rocky7
Date:Sunday November 2 2008
Time: 8:30PM

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Totally agree, star man, great season, never let the unfair penalty points affect him, deserved his first championship, first of many hopefully. Also thought Massa was a gent today, should be a good few years of racing between them. Thanks to Arsneal for giving Villa the chance of taking 3rd tomorrow night as well. Coming down to the Emirates for the first time on the 15th, can't wait!
The Fear
02/11/2008 20:34:00
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Yeah I felt sorry for Massa (but not ferrari, I found their celebrating hillarious), he's a cool guy and was genuinely upset. I wish I could give the same respect to the fans at the track. Hope you enjoy your visit to our stadium JF, but not completely of course ... lol
Rocky7
02/11/2008 20:40:00
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To be fair I doubt Lewis Hamilton would know what to do with a Rory Delap long throw.
murph
02/11/2008 20:43:00
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Agreed, think Ferrari got the rub of the green this season again so to see them celebrate and then realise was very funny! Should be a good visit and a great match. Will no doubt speak before Rocky and do an interview exchange!
The Fear
02/11/2008 20:54:00
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Lol Murph ..... maybe not but I bet he would deal with a David Bentley 40 yard sighter better than Almunia.
Rocky7
02/11/2008 20:55:00
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That goal wasn't even good.
murph
02/11/2008 21:03:00
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Lewis is an Arsenal fan.
Professor Calculus
02/11/2008 21:05:00
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Well at least he's got something to be happy about this weekend Prof!! lol
Rocky7
02/11/2008 21:11:00
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ferrari celebrating before it was over was abit like the 4RSEN4L bench on wednesday. hillarious. both teams had the smiles wiped off there arrogant faces.
dspurs64
02/11/2008 21:26:00
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But not quite as hilarious as WHL celebrating Robbie Keane's last minute penalty thinking they'd stopped us winning the league. How we laughed.
Little Dutch
02/11/2008 21:29:00
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