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The Journalist

Writer: Site Staff Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday September 24 2010

Time: 9:23AM

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3 points and no more injuries please.
LondonGooner
http://www.arsenal.com/news/news-archive/ivan-gazidis-on-the-financial-results http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-11403202 financially we look as healthy as ever. I love how much arsenal listen to the fans as ivan points out. they brought the clock back and renamed the stands due to requests of the fans. i think if the results continue we will be completely debt free within 18months.
gunner10
Good Luck Gunners!!!
Malaysian_GunnerZ
there are 2 links above sorry there not separated!
gunner10
As much as I would rather the likes of Fab, RVP etc not to be injured, Im actually not as worried as I would have been over the last few seasons. We have a lot more quality cover throughout the squad. With players like Jack, gibbs, ramsey coming of age and the addition of Kos, Verm, Squill and Chamakh in the front line, we have players ready to come in and do a job. Also the added competition can only be good....when you have someone breathing down your neck it kind of makes you keep your eye on the ball, so to speak. That is one thing we lacked in the gallas, ady and toure days. Even Fab has stepped up his game with Rosicky almost being undroppable in his performances this season...minus the penalty!
gunnerman76
 

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