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Plenty of Positives For Coquelin

Francis Coquelin believes there are plenty of positives for us to take from the Cup exit last night.

Speaking to arsenal.com he said he was proud of the performance of the team last night, and he believes we gave our all, and were unlucky not to come out with a result.

'It was a really good effort, I thought we did really well. We did well and we're disappointed to lose. We will take the positives from tonight when we look back at it. We have learned a lot.'

It will certainly have been useful for the younger lads as they develop further.

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Writer: Arsenal Site Staff Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday November 30 2011

Time: 6:15PM

 

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