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Old 19-07-2009, 07:10   #11
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Fine, somewhat understandably though he looked battered after 20 minutes.

Went flying in for a tackle as well that drew an almost universal gasp.

He then got straight up and carried on pinging around a few good passes, a couple of great ones and by the 3rd time ****** Mark Randall right off (started a run then stopped just as Randall hit the ball).

Assuming that this injury's not going to reoccur too often and he's still got a bit of pace then it's looking good for him I think

Arshavin didn't look too happy about playing at Barnet though...

Highlight of the match though was one of the 'My garden shed' ****** up Gooners next to me making his way up to the TV gantry and tapping on their shoulders to say hello to the commentator and cameraman

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Originally Posted by ralph wiggum View Post
You would Pete, you would!
'There was a little resentment you could feel from last summer and I believed he wanted to do well, he didn't find the confidence he had the season before but believe me he's a great player and will show that at Man City'

His words, not mine

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