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Henry Is Staying

Arsenal wonder player Thierry Henry has made up his mind to stay at his beloved Arsenal

After months of speculation Henry has finally broken his silence.

'I can say to all my fans and the people who care about me, I want to lead the team out in the new stadium (next season). I'll talk to (manager) Arsene Wenger, to (vice-chairman) David Dein and the board and talk of the future.

'My mind is to stay and we have to sort this out.'

'There was a lot of ridiculous speculation,' Henry told the Sun. 'But the truth is this, I never spoke with or met with a single person from any other club at any time.

'This will put an end to all the stories. We can move on.'

This is certain to put a smile on the face of every Arsenal fan world wide.







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Writer: Rocky7 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday January 6 2006

Time: 11:33PM

 

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