Date: 26th February 2007 at 11:34am
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Arsene Wenger and Emmanuel Adebayor discuss the fracas and bad luck that prevented Arsenal from winning the League Cup.

To listen to Emmanuel Adebayor’s post-match interview CLICK HERE

To listen to Arsene Wenger’s post-match thoughts CLICK HERE

 

10 Replies to “Wenger & Adebayor on Cup loss AUDIO”

  • The better team won!
    Fabregas was lucky to finish the game on the pitch! Cant wait to see him get really crunched. Same old Arsenal, always cheatin, Fabregas got hit in the chest and went down clutching his face?

  • Shame you wasnt there Gavaldinho who beat you in the semi’s again? Where was you yesterday? you didnt go to Rome to meet the pope by any chance? If you did meet him what did he say?

  • he said: Who’s that team they call the Arsenal?
    Who’s that team we all adore? They’re the boys
    in red and white, And we’re f*****g dynamite, and u know the rest!

  • Lmao @Iceman!!!! Typical Spurs mug. If we’d have won he’d have been giving it large at Vital Chelsea. They have no lives of their own!

  • I have just read Alan Hansen?s write up of the Carling cup match and just wonder what a load of s###%. The team played some of the best football seen for ages and apart from a few minor slips in defense would have, if the ball had fallen right, been the winners. Most football commentators have said, (what we at Arsenal have always said) this team and the youngsters coming through will take Arsenal to heights never know before. But and it is a big big but? the reactions at the end of the game did not reflect well on anyone. We will as a team suffer from those silly moments and hopefully learn. Will we now lose the services of those involved and cost us the chance to win in the other competitions we are still in. Our fixture list grows and loss of players through emotions is something we can do without. I feel if Bert had been on the pitch perhaps it would not have ended the way it did. Having said that the team was fantastic, and can well and truly hold its head up high; well done you ‘bloody beauty’.

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