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Hleb Amazed At Rumours

Arsenal midfielder, Alexander Hleb, has denied rumours that he will leave Arsenal.

Only a few days ago, Hleb was quoted to have said 'Of course I'm disappointed about the team's results and also that I can't convince my coach Arsene Wenger on the field,' and naughty media hacks decided that this meant Hleb was on his way out, but the player was quick to slam the rumours, saying he is a happy Gooner.

“I was amazed to read this morning’s headlines,” said Hleb. “I am very happy at Arsenal. I love playing Premier League football, this is an exciting opportunity for me and I am determined to do well here. The Arsenal fans are great and I love playing in their team.”

Hleb has shown flashes of brilliance this season and if he could find some consistancy, would prove to be a very dangerous weapon for the club.




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Writer: Rocky7 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday February 8 2006

Time: 6:27PM

Your Comments

Good to hear that its not true!!!
simmy8_2000
Yeah Pleb's brilliant hope he stays in your team and u continue your fine form ;)
BigYid
arent you funny big yid, lets hope rasiak stays in your team and you finish out of a european place :) good to hear hleb is staying
wright8
I think Hleb was brought mainly for his performances in Champs League.
simmy8_2000
 

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