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Dunga Doesn't Ask Gilberto To Leave

Several news sites are reporting that Brazil Coach Dunga, has called on Gilberto Silva to quit Arsenal for Juventus. But that, I'm pleased to say, is jsut not true.

The quote doing the rounds on news sites is: 'I think he is ready for an experience in Italian football and for Juventus.'

In actual fact, the former Firoentina player was responding to a question. He was asked if he thought Gilberto could play for Juventus, not if he should.

So, do not panic Arsenal fans, he's not going anywhere.




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Writer: Nick Simmonett  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday August 19 2007

Time: 1:02AM

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I know how important is Gilberto for us and I am very glad that he wont leave and I knew that he wont leave
afghenry
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19/08/2007 10:45:00

I get so fed up with the way the press twist things. And with Newsnow playing such a big park in breaking news to many web sites, it only takes one idiot to twist words and everyone latches onto it. Luckily for you guys Vital Arsenal are here.
simmy8_2000
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19/08/2007 16:16:00

"So, do not panic Arsenal fans, he's not going anywhere. "So if Dunga did say that he should play for Juve, Arsenal fans should've started panicking? Not everyone's a Henry ya know...
k_chelski
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19/08/2007 18:03:00

Well, then its good that I rely on vital arsenal for news, rather than newsnow ;).
prits
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20/08/2007 07:22:00

 

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