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Lessons Can Be Learnt From Draw

Arsene Wenger believes that the team can learn a few valuable lessons from our draw with Wolves.

Speaking to arsenal.com following the 1-1 draw, Wenger said that it would serve as a timely reminder to the team to stay focused for the entire match.

'The only problem in the game was when we were 1-0 up and we became a bit too easy and we conceded a goal in the way that we should never concede. That was where we were guilty. The lesson that we learned is that when you look to completely control the game, if everybody is not focused then you can still be caught out.'

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Writer: Arsenal Site Staff Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday December 28 2011

Time: 7:36PM

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Sajit
Seems like Henry is going to be re-signed. At some stage, we'll need a top-class striker, in his early/mid 20s, who can take over RvP in a couple of years. In my opinion, we should be looking to make that addition now, so that we have someone who can also do a job this season. I'd be very disappointed if we don't make any additions this window.
Gooner_Vin
Henry? ha ha ha. Never go back, nostalgia is a mo-fo and will get you into loads of trouble. If you watched the MLS at all you'd realise that he doesn't have the pace or the hunger anymore. He'd walk out at the Emirates just to lap up the cheers and such. Would be a bad move for you lot. The thing you should learn from the draw is that you're not the best, or second team in london anymore.
Himwhatwhats
A half a season's league football led you to that conclusion Himwhatswhats? Joke analysis.
Deltaforce
The main lesson learnt must be that if you roll over at least three times after a tackle, and team-mates confront the ref, you'll play against ten men. Arteta, football cheat No. 4 on post Christmas fixtures. For the record No.3 Carrick, No. 2 Osman, No. 1 Evans (Sheff Utd). Football, where cheats prosper, and NEVER get blamed.
lordjohnny
 

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