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No Time For Mercy!

This weekend the fixture computer has pitched us against our old rivals, Arsenal.

Arsenal have had a troubled start to the season failing to win either of their two Premier League fixtures so far, drawing at Newcastle and losing at home to Liverpool.

Arsene Wenger has also had to cope with losing two of his big-stars with Fabregas fleeing to join Barcelona and Nasri fleeing to join our own noisy-neighbours.

But, an away win against Udinese, in the Champions League qualifiers, has put a spring back in their step and Wenger will see Old Trafford as a place to make a statement that Arsenal are still a force to be reckoned with.

Our Brazilian midfielder, Anderson, has given the media some thoughts about the impending game, commenting,

"Arsenal were much better in Italy and that is a warning to us."

"But our challenge this season is to win every point at Old Trafford and to do that we must give 150% every game."

"It won`t be easy as Arsenal have had problems and will want to turn things around."

"They will playa different way without Cesc Fabregas and Samir Nasri and won`t be handing us any gifts."

"And they always play their best against us. But I am optimistic if we play our usual game we will win."


I`d like to think so too and also heap further woe on Arsene`s shoulders!



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Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Saturday August 27 2011

Time: 12:48PM

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Arsenal are missing a lot of first team players but even with those players we should win. You never know with Arsenal though.
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Arsenal are missing a lot of first team players but even with those players we should win. You never know with Arsenal though.
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