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Seb's Arsenal Soft Spot

Seb Larsson has revealed his Arsenal soft spot and he doesn't think the match will be easy for Sunderland despite our current form.

Speaking to Sunderland's official website the former Arsenal midfielder said.

'It's the club I still support and I always like to see them do well, but not against us.'

For the game itself he adds.

'They have had a poor start considering their standards, people are saying it's a good time to play them, but at the same time everyone knows what they can do and it's never easy to go to the Emirates. To get something at Arsenal you will have to perform to the very highest level.'

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Writer: Arsenal Site Staff Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday October 13 2011

Time: 4:15PM

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Funny, he's always acted like such a ***** when he's played against us.
Rocky7
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13/10/2011 22:07:00

If he really is an Arsenal supporter it could just be a case of trying too hard to prove to Wenger he was wrong to let him go. Or he could just be a tw*t.
smithdj74
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14/10/2011 16:38:00

 

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