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Arsene Announces Squad For Prague

Arsene Wenger has named his squad that will face Sparta Prague in the Champions league third qualifying round on Wednesday night.

Five playres that would have travelled all miss out because of injury. New boy Eduardo Da silva mises out once again. He is joined by the other 4 players who missed Arsenal's 2-1 win over Fulham. Adebayor (groin), Diaby, Denilson (both ankle) and Gilberto Silva (on holiday) will also miss the trip.

Arsene's squad is as follows:

Jens Lehmann
Manuel Almunia
Alexander Hleb
Tomas Rosicky
Mathieu Flamini
Cesc Fabregas
Theo Walcott
Nicklas Bendtner
Gael Clichy
Bacary Sagna
William Gallas (c)
Kolo Toure
Philippe Senderos
Alex Song
Robin van Persie
Emmanuel Eboue
Justin Hoyte
Armand Traore




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Writer: Nick Simmonett  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday August 14 2007

Time: 7:15PM

Your Comments

probably gonna get a lot of stick for this but the squad list overall doesnt look like one that will strike fear in the heart of opposition. good team but try placing the player on ok, good and great. tooo many ok's!
NeoGunner
I disagree....The Spuds rate their squad all great, yet they lost to Sunderland and are getting it handed to them by Everton right now 3-1. I think this squad will do fine in Prague. Rosicky is due to shine, although my only question is why Diaby and/or Denilson aren't on the list. Oh well...3-1 Everton at the half.....
SUX2BU
Ah....just read Diaby and Denilson are out with ankle problems.....duh, where was I? Oh yeah....3-1 Everton....
SUX2BU
spuds rock bottom, how dismal
JakeB
how marvelous!
michael105uk
WONDERFUL for me!!! Tomas will get a "warm welcome" when he returns to his old club tonight.
stukazufuss
HAHAHA, the tiny totts! Did they say they want to be a top four championship team, or what was that again?
afri-gooner
 

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