Date:Monday May 7 2007
Tonight see's England take on Holland in the under 17's European championships, and there is much interest for Arsenal fans.
Arsenal are often revered for their young talent and tonight see's four of those young guys showcased on one of the biggest stages for players of their ages.
Rhys Murhphy, Henri Lansbury & Gavin Hoyte will feature for England with the exciting Nacer Barazite turning out for Holland.
The four Gooners have long been looking forward to the game and rib each other about it alot.
'Before we went we were talking about it, and made jokes about it - whoever wins can make the jokes and for the others, it is a pity,' Barazite told uefa.com, while Murphy added: 'There was a bit before we came out, a bit of friendly banter. Nothing too much - we'll all be friends again!'
Barazite also spoke of the van Persie influence.
'At the start I spoke a lot with Robin, about life, about football, what I can do differently, and what the lifestyle was, he is a very good player, almost the same position as me as well as Dutch. A great help for me.' Barazite said.
You can watch the game live on Eurosport 2 at 4.30pm or view the highlights of the game tonight at 7pm GMT on Eurosport 1. Alternatively you can watch it live online HERE..
Fran Merida will also be in action for Spain today on the same channel at 3pm.
Date:Monday May 7 2007
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