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Arsenal
3 - 1
Spurs

Ashburton Grove

31/01/07

Attendance:

Referee:

ArsenalSpurs
Adebayor 77, Aliadiere 105, Chimbonda (og) 113Mido 85
Manuel Almunia     'Fatty' Robinson    
Kolo Toure     Anthony Gardner     (73)
Justin Hoyte     Michael Dawson    
Philippe Senderos     Pascal Chimbonda    
Armand Traore     (63) Assou-Ekotto    
Gilberto     Jermaine Jenas    
Denilson     Hossam Ghaly     (80)
Abou Diaby     (79) Didier Zokora    
Theo Walcott     (63) Steed Malbranque     (80)
Jeremie Aliadiere     Jermain Defoe    
Emmanuel Adebayor     'Pointer' Keane    
Substitutes
Gael Clichy     (63) Rocha     (73)
Francesc Fabregas     (79) Tom Huddleston     (80)
Tomas Rosicky     (63) Mido     (80)
Mart Poom     Cerny    
Mathieu Flamini     Lennon    
Game Statistics
24
Goal Attempts
9
8
On Target
2
13
Corners
7
3
Offside
3
18
Fouls
22
2
Yellow Cards
5
0
Red Cards
0
55
%
45
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Writer:Rocky7
Date:Wednesday January 31 2007
Time: 11:08PM

Comments

0
yes! 1st to post on this one!
G4L
31/01/2007 23:11:00
0
haha G4L, bugsy 2nd, poor poor spuds couldn't beat our superb kids hahahahahahaha.. atleast we will have a quiet week or so, they play united now and will end up getting spanked there too !
PUREGOLD
31/01/2007 23:12:00
0
The reserves played Spurs off the park. Was that really their first team?
Wyn Mills
31/01/2007 23:13:00
0
Great result, well done lads! so proud to be a gooner, so we still have to wait for Theos first goal - his confidence looks so low, one goal is all it'll take then he'll be netting/assisting every game! Spot on tactics from Wenger but Fat Jol was lost at sea like a dead whale, Defoe was woeful - never wanna see that tit in an England shirt again, all in all another lesson for the scum. Sad to see cashley stretchered off - hope its nothing too minor!!
nikolaijns
31/01/2007 23:19:00
0
lol PG. well Wyn M, the spuddies will say they missed King,Berbatov and Lennon - up their ar$e with the excuses this time... this was THE biggest chance for that lot to get a result against the Arsenal. Buying the average of average (Rocha) is a trademark for them and will get spanked every time they face the RED AND WHITE!
G4L
31/01/2007 23:26:00
0
AND DENILSON WAS IMMENSE!!!
G4L
31/01/2007 23:28:00
0
mm traore just looked like he had cramps and le boss didnt wanna risk any more hamstring injuries...good to see the spu*s never cease to disappoint but what can you expect against the mighty arsenal reserves....bring on ch***ki like to see the beast back in the squad for that fixture and hoepfully we destroy them and walcott wil get his first!!!
Ozi Gooner
31/01/2007 23:32:00
0
The boys dealt with everything that was thrown at them. 2-0 down at the ****hole...No probs, Late equaliser......Bring it on. Denilson was outstanding, his confidence levels are off the charts, he was even getting the crowd going! I would like to pick out Jermaine Jenas for special ridicule. Given a great 'nuts' by Abou Diaby Mr Jenas was not happy with looking a fool he had to act one aswell, when sp*rs scored he proceeded to bait us gooners for a full 20 seconds...what a tool! Mr Jenas...Fabregas is better than you, Gilberto is better than you, Flamini is better than you, Diaby is better than you, Denilson is better than you....w@nker!
iceman10
31/01/2007 23:47:00
0
Great result, hope you beat Chelsea in the final. Like to see them end up with zero.
miked_joker
01/02/2007 00:04:00
0
ALI played his arse off tonite. and DENILSON Looked amazing throught out the game. Are D was solid aswell and it was good to see Diaby playing well and not backing down from Gahly. Man of the match: DEnilson
SpudKilla
01/02/2007 00:36:00
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