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Arsenal Draw Shakhtar As Eduardo Comes Home

Arsenal Draw Shakhtar As Eduardo Comes Home

The draw for this season's Champions League competition has been made with the mighty Gunners being in the thick of it.

The draw see's former Arsenal favorite Eduardo Da Silva heading home after only just moving to Shaktar Donesk in the Summer.

The rest of Arsenal's group is made up of Braga from Portugal and Partizan Belgrade Serbian champions. There are no easy ties in the Champions League, but that's about as good as we could have hoped for.

The draw in full:

Group A
Inter Milan
Werder Bremen
Tottenham Hotspur
FC Twente

Group B
Lyon
Benfica
FC Shalke
Hapoel Tel-Aviv


Group C
Man United
Valencia
Rangers
Bursaspor

Group D
Barcelona
Panathanikos
FC Copenhagen
Rubin Kazan

Group E
Bayern Munich
Roma
Basel
CFR Cluj

Group F
Chelsea
Marseille
Spartak Moscow
Zilina

Group G
AC Milan
Real Madrid
Ajax
Auxerre

Group H
Arsenal

Shaktar Donetsk
Braga
Partizan Belgrade

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Writer:Rocky7
Date:Thursday August 26 2010
Time: 6:00PM

Comments

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Hmmm, odd things going on with the text there. It'll be sorted in 2 minutes.
Rocky7
26/08/2010 18:03:00
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There's odd things going on with the text there. You should sort it out
Phartman87
26/08/2010 18:11:00
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Trips to Braga and Shakhtar would be tough. The return of Eddie will be emotional for everyone involved. Otherwise, should come throught the group easily. Group G looks fun: Milan, real and ajax would be great to watch
Eboue=GOD
26/08/2010 18:15:00
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Not bad at all. If we can't progress from that group something is wrong.
Wyn Mills
26/08/2010 18:19:00
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Agree with Eboue = GOD. Trips away to Braga and Shaktar will be potential banana skins especially as we seem to struggle when playing in Ukraine or Russia, but nevertheless, I am quitely confident we should get through. Will be wonderful to see Eddy back at the Grove. Just hope he doesnt score the winner against us and only scores a consolation goal!! :-)
True-Gooner-Blood
26/08/2010 18:19:00
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think man u will have a torrid time! I particularly do not favour us travelling to far away places, but in Arsene We Trust
e dubbz
26/08/2010 18:20:00
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Grrr.Easy draw. good luck ,though.
DubaiSpur
26/08/2010 18:20:00
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once again the Gooners get the softest group up there. Who you mugs paying off to get the charmin ultra group every year? See you in the knockout round.
YankeeSpur23
26/08/2010 18:23:00
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We have been pretty fortunate in recent years. I'm not complaining though!
gunnerkid107
26/08/2010 18:25:00
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Well Arsenal, ManU, and Chel$ki should be happy with their draws. I am still torn whether A or G is the group of death, so I almost feel pity for Spuds (but I think that is more the fear of what they are going to do to England's coefficient).
Bergkamp4Life
26/08/2010 18:27:00
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