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Team News: Reading vs Arsenal

Arsene Wenger`s Arsenal will attempt to building on the shaky 1-0 win over QPR at the weekend as we travel to Reading in an attempt to secure a place in the League Cup quarter finals.

Mr Wenger seems intent on winning this tie a canter as he breaks out his secret weapon, Marouane Chamakh, in a surprise move that will excite Gooners the world over*

Theo Walcott makes a return to the starting line up as does Emmanuel Frimpong who continues along his road to recovery.

Let`s see how the team lines up.

Arsenal team to play Reading: Martinez, Jenkinson, Koscielny, Djourou, Miquel, Coquelin, Frimpong, Walcott, Arshavin, Gnabry, Chamakh.

Substitutes: Shea, Meade, Squillaci, Bellerin, Yennaris, Eisfeld, Giroud.






*Slight amounts of exaggeration may have been used.

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Writer:Rocky7
Date:Tuesday October 30 2012
Time: 7:36PM

Comments

0
Hilarious
Sajit
30/10/2012 20:46:00
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What an unbelievable game 7 - 5 from 4 - 0 down.
phreddy
30/10/2012 22:23:00
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one of the most unbelievable matches of football i have ever seen. we were beyond ***** poor in the first half. this is what it must have felt like to be newcastle!
Stateside Gooner
30/10/2012 22:24:00
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Its the end of the fcking world I tell you
Sajit
30/10/2012 22:25:00
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Wow. Just wow. THIS is what football is all about, not prioritising competitions.
Rocky7
30/10/2012 22:29:00
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i don't know if there should be a cause for optimism due to the spirit shown tonight or huge concern for the man united match this weekend...
Stateside Gooner
30/10/2012 22:29:00
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@ Stateside Gooner - Cause for optimism plus concern, Man United have a ***** midfield and they concede goals for fun, we have a quality midfield and concede goals for fun. Anyway I think I laughed throughout the entire game, the only thing which could've improved it is if all the Arsenal players were wearing It's A Knockout giant Wenger heads.
Professor Calculus
30/10/2012 22:38:00
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@ Professor - so you're saying to expect another shootout this weekend? Ha I don't think my heart/head can take another one of these...
Stateside Gooner
30/10/2012 22:39:00
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@Professor - you laughed throughout the game, give me some of what you're on lol, I just wanted to bury my head (or punch the wall!)
DBerg
30/10/2012 22:42:00
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Wenger doesn't look happy at all in his post match interview.
DBerg
30/10/2012 22:45:00
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