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Poom Leaves Arsenal

Arsenal's No.3 'Keeper Mart Poom has completed a switch from North London to Hertfordshire after signing for relegated Watford.

The Estonia international signed for Arsenal on lonan in August 2005, before making his transfer permanant 5 months later in the January transfer window.

Since then he hasn't been able to break into the Arsenal first team on a regular basis.

His arrival at Vicarage Road will soften the blow after Ben Foster returned to Manchester United after two years on loan at Watford.

Mart takes an outstanding record with him to Watford, in all his games for Arsenal he was never beaten. Ok, he only played twice, and one of them games was a sub apperance against Everton.

We here at Vital Arsenal wish Poom all the best at his new club and hope to see him back in the Premiership as soon as possible.




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Writer: Nick Simmonett  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Saturday May 26 2007

Time: 10:27PM

 

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