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Arsenal Can't Reach Utd Heights

It was heartbreak for the Gunners last night, as they still cannot match the big boys of the Premiership and claim the Champions League.

They lost to Barcelona in Paris 2-1, and now seem to be struggling to keep hold of their club skipper Thierry Henry.

Former Arsenal striker Ian Wright has accused Henry of keeping the club 'dangling on a string' as he ponders whether to stay or go.

The France striker is again tipped to be signing for new European champions Barcelona, but would Chelsea or United be in the hunt if he DID leave the Gunners?

Wright told LBC News 1152AM: 'You know the new stadium that they're building down there is going to be great and I can see how the Arsenal board must be feeling, especially having somebody like Thierry Henry literally dangling you on a string.

'To bring world-class players to the club now you need people like Thierry to attract them there. Now if he's not going to be there, then why would people want to come?'




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2006 Paris Barcelona 2-1 Arsenal
2005 Istanbul Liverpool 3-3 AC Milan (Liverpool 3-2 on pens)
2004 Schalke Porto 3-0 AS Monaco
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2002 Glasgow Real Madrid 2-1 Bayer 04 Leverkusen
2001 Milan Bayern München 1-1 Valencia (Pens 5-4)
2000 Paris Real Madrid 3-0 Valencia
1999 Barcelona Man United 2-1 Bayern München
1998 Amsterdam Real Madrid 1-0 Juventus
1997 Munich Dortmund 3-1 Juventus
1996 Rome Juventus 1-1 Ajax (Pens 4-2)
1995 Vienna Ajax 1-0 AC Milan
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1993 Munich Marseille 1-0 AC Milan
1992 Wembley Barcelona 1-0 Sampdoria
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1991 Bari Red Star Belgrade 0-0 (Pens 5-3)
1990 Vienna AC Milan 1-0 Benfica
1989 Barcelona AC Milan 4-0 Steaua Bucurest
1988 Stuttgart PSV 0-0 Benfica (Pens 6-5)
1987 Vienna Porto 2-1 Bayern München
1986 Seville Steaua 0-0 Barcelona (Pens 2-0)
1985 Brussels Juventus 1-0 Liverpool
1984 Rome Liverpool 1-1 AS Roma (Pens 4-2)
1983 Athens Hamburg 1-0 Juventus
1982 Rotterdam Aston Villa 1-0 Bayern München
1981 Paris Liverpool 1-0 Real Madrid
1980 Madrid Nottingham Forest 1-0 Hamburger SV
1979 Munich Nottingham Forest 1-0 Malmö FF
1978 Wembley Liverpool 1-0 FC Brugge
1977 Rome Liverpool 3-1 Borussia Munchengladbach
1976 Glasgow Bayern München 1-0 St Etienne
1975 Paris Bayern München 2-0 Leeds United
1974 Brussels Bayern München 4-0 Atletico Madrid
1973 Belgrade Ajax 1-0 Juventus
1972 Rotterdam Ajax 2-0 Inter Milan
1971 Wembley Ajax 2-0 Panathinaikos
1970 Milan Feyenoord 2-1 Celtic
1969 Madrid AC Milan 4-1 Ajax Amsterdam
1968 Wembley Man United 4-1 Benfica
1967 Lisbon Celtic 2-1 Inter Milan
1966 Brussels Real Madrid 2-1 Partizan Belgrade
1965 Milan Internazionale 1-0 Benfica
1964 Vienna Internazionale 3-1 Real Madrid
1963 Wembley AC Milan 2-1 Benfica
1962 Amsterdam Benfica 5-3 Real Madrid
1961 Berne Benfica 3-2 Barcelona
1960 Glasgow Real Madrid 7-3 Eintracht Frankfurt
1959 Stuttgart Real Madrid 2-0 Stade Reims
1958 Brussels Real Madrid 3-2 AC Milan
1957 Madrid Real Madrid 2-0 Fiorentina
1956 Paris Real Madrid 4-3 Stade Reims






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Date:Thursday May 18 2006

Time: 1:24PM

Your Comments

Er! You were the big boys! The present and future are BLUE
merlin
all down to money im affriad if u didnt have it u wouldnt be where u are now. liverpool and man u will be up for it next season.
green giant 12
Arsenal will not win the prem next season i hope you lot do.
Englands no1
i hope liverpool can clinch the title
green giant 12
The big boys, eh? We'll see what happens when Arsenal start competing on a level financial playing field, won't we.
Wyn Mills
arsenal arent as high standard as united. liverpool r only gd wiv stevie.g, wivout him they wil be in ruins. but the MIGHTY chelsea wil outshine united any day. just rememba lampard and terry, mind you tho u av ronaldo!
Leeds.til.i.die
The Scum are a one man team and we all know who that is ? Take him out and they are nothing
ihatescum
 

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