Date: 28th January 2007 at 3:56pm
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Arsene Wenger has named his 11 warriors to take to the field against Bolton in the Fa Cup Today.

Almunia
Hoyte
Senderos
Toure
Clichy
Walcott
Rosicky
Flamini
Fabregas
Henry
Adebayor

COME ON YOU GUNNERS!

 

20 Replies to “Team To Face Bolton”

  • Well we could have finished it here…but still as mish said, we are still undefeated. I really liked the way the players upped the tempo when we went behind. My only Question is why not do it in the first half too. It was as though, we were waiting for the thugs to stick into us and were giving too many easy passes. and were not pressuring them enough in the midfield. One other interesting fact seems to be that they were picking up injuries worser than us. I am happy that we came away without any fresh injuries (touchwood).

  • I was drooling at the pace and elan with which we were playing in the second half. Should have won though. Maybe it is destained that we break the bogeymen at their own stadium. 🙂

  • Campo sure does look like an Orc! Hah! I hate those long-balling Mordor ********s. I hope we crush them.

  • Thier Really startin to P*ss me off, those cheating S.o.b’s. WHY can’t we take care of these little punks. God damn it.

  • noooooo, anywhere but the reebok.
    somebody tell me unless we play a top 4 team we have to fall behind before we start playing ??, we should of finished these clowns off and now we have to travel to hell to get a result !, we were lucky enough to get this tie at home and we messed it up, i cant see us winning at the rbk tbh.

  • Send the kids up!, the A team have consistently failed to thwart the Orc, so send the hungrier anklebiters, noone expects us to get anything from the RBK so fack all to lose.

  • We should have gallas and gilberto back for the replay im sure we will win, bolton looked tired after 60mins!

  • it is disappointing that we cant beat a team like bolton at home now given the strides we’ve made in the past few weeks as a team. another fixture in our already crowded fixture list, and the way things are going now, another chance for players to pick up an injury.

  • this game was a good reality check for the team. things were going so well in the last few weeks that maybe the guys got that feeling that whatever they do out there, they will still somehow manage a win. and im 100% sure we will win at the reebok. this game was a good learning experience to some of the new members of the team that their free scoring football will not work always and they need to grind out results especially in europe..

  • and all of a sudden, swiss tony looks very average. this guy was in the heart of that defence that went without conceeding a goal in europe for ten games and he looks very nervous and low on confidence at times. this is even affecting kolo, who badly needs gallas to comeback in the heart of the defence along with him. and with the number of injuries we have, add baptista to it now, wenger said he maybe forced into a panic buy, will be interesting to see who he goes for if at all he does..

  • Rocky7, marked your words, not only did he NOT score, he played absolutely CRAP. What a waste of £12 million.

  • senderos did fine in my opinion. Although, i think arsenal played much better after hoyte came off. Walcott didn’t impress me too much either, he’s still too young i think. If we do buy someone, i hope he gets an offensive mid rather than a striker, since we have enough strikers.

  • It seems Arsen Wenger is looking fwd to going to Bolton for the return leg, he should be a politician having the ability to put good spin on drawing home to Bolton.

  • it will be a good test for our side, but we failed it in the premiership last time we travelled there. Though I will hope we win, the chances look slim, especially with our injury list.

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