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Hargreaves Didn't Ask Ronaldo!

Hargreaves Didn't Ask Ronaldo!

Owen Hargreaves might have scored the most important goal of our campaign - but he did not seek the advice of the best player of our campaign.

Though both he and Ronaldo stood over the ball at the free-kick given for a foul on Evra, the midfielder never had any doubt about which one of them should take it.

"We had an earlier free-kick and I said 'I`ll take that`, but Ronny said 'it`s too far for you`.

"The second one was a bit closer and it was a good distance for me so I didn`t ask him!'


Well done that. Hargreaves, as his boss, praised Arsenal's football and admitted that at times we were passed off the park.

"I thought it was an open game - too open in the first half. The distances were too big and there was a lot of running to be done.

"We needed to tighten up a bit in the second half because Arsenal were the better team and made it difficult for us."


Writer:Zae
Date:Sunday April 13 2008
Time: 9:23PM

Comments

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It was a well-taken freekick.
Fan of Blues
13/04/2008 21:55:00
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That it was. Bend it like Hargreaves will be the new movie coming out.
Paulinho
14/04/2008 01:36:00
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LOL, Paulinho. :))
Fan of Blues
14/04/2008 06:55:00
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Will be a huge hit, a marketing miracle I think :-)))
midlothian99
14/04/2008 10:27:00
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