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Henry: The Kids Can Beat Anyone

Arsenal captain Theirry Henry says the Carling Kids can beat anyone.

The young guns have done the club proud this season by seeing off the likes of Everton, Liverpool and Spurs en route to Cardiff.

The youngsters now face Arsenal's biggest test of the season as they look to bring home Arsenal's first lot of silverware since they won The FA Cup in 2005.

Henry has absolute faith in the youngsters though: "Arsenal in the Carling Cup have the capacity to beat anyone," he said. "Winning at Everton and at Anfield is never an easy task but they did it and did it in style.

"The team we put out at Stamford Bridge was also a young team and we got a draw. They had an amazing game against us but couldn't put the ball in the back of the net. So anything can happen.

"It's a competition we don't win very often at Arsenal but I feel it is a great competition. When you look at the clubs who have won it you know that teams take it seriously even though Arsène sometimes plays the kids. And of course Chelsea-Arsenal is always exciting whoever is going to play."




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Writer: Nick Simmonett  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday February 22 2007

Time: 11:31AM

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Last time we played the chavs we were down to bare bones. No Rosicky, No Gallas, No toure, no Henry and they were at full strength. I hope the youngsters seize the moment, ive got a feeling a certain master Walcott could be massive for us on sunday.
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I hope so iceman, it'd certainly give him the spur to get onto the next level of his development... »»Arsene Knows««
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