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Team News: AC Milan vs Arsenal

The Champions League is back again, and with the season being as crazy as it is this might be our last run in it for at least a season, so we better make the most of it huh?

Tonight we face AC Milan in the San Siro, a team and stadium at which we`ve had great success in recent history, however our respective teams have changed a lot since then so we`re going into the unknown somewhat.

It appears as though Arsene Wenger has picked his most experienced squad available, leaving Thierry Henry and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain on the bench.

Let`s see how the teams line up.

AC Milan

32 Abbiati

05 Mexes

33 Thiago Silva

04 Van Bommel

10 Seedorf

20 Abate

22 Nocerino

27 Boateng

77 Antonini

11 Ibrahimovic

70 Robinho

Substitutes

01 Amelia

13 Nesta

25 Bonera

23 Ambrosini

28 Emanuelson

92 El Shaarawy

07 Alexandre Pato

Arsenal

13 Szczesny

03 Sagna

05 Vermaelen

06 Koscielny

28 Gibbs

07 Rosicky

08 Arteta

14 Walcott

16 Ramsey

17 Song

10 Van Persie

Substitutes

21 Fabianski

20 Djourou

15 Oxlade-Chamberlain

23 Arshavin

30 Benayoun

39 Coquelin

12 Henry



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Writer:Rocky7
Date:Wednesday February 15 2012
Time: 7:17PM

Comments

0
Good luck guys and girls.
fifthcolumnblue
15/02/2012 19:39:00
0
Is that 4-4-2, then?
Naijagunner
15/02/2012 19:53:00
0
Is that 4-4-2, then?
Naijagunner
15/02/2012 19:57:00
0
Come on we can do it!!
GoonerLou
15/02/2012 20:07:00
0
OMG look what KPB (Ex-Yiddo) just done to the goons, get in there son looool. "we will go there and attack" zzzzzzzzzzzz Oh well maybe next year !! Maybe you can get Keown back on loan to show you how to defend.
YidEdy
15/02/2012 20:19:00
0
Awful defending...
GoonerLou
15/02/2012 20:25:00
0
Don't know why we didn't start the Ox?!
GoonerLou
15/02/2012 20:27:00
0
Oh dear first KPB, then Robinho, oh what fun watching you let get ripped apart, get Titi on there he'll sort em out, he's still got 35 mins of his loan left lmao
YidEdy
15/02/2012 20:28:00
0
And why Gibbs ahead of Djourou in defence?!
GoonerLou
15/02/2012 20:29:00
0
Another insipid lacklustre display from our midfield. Painful lack of experience on show here. No real urgency as usual and players easily brushed off the ball. You have to ask yourself what exactly Wenger has learned in all these years of European football. It could be a long night and a big score. Throw the Ox on. At least he'd give Milan something to think about.
Wyn Mills
15/02/2012 20:36:00
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