Good news, but for which team?

Campbell back for Gunners

Sol Campbell will start for Arsenal on Wednesday in their Barclays Premiership trip to Portsmouth...

Philippe Senderos will be rested, while captain Thierry Henry will come back into the starting line-up. Freddie Ljungberg and Jose Antonio Reyes are also in contention again, but left-back Ashley Cole (ankle), Cesc Fabregas (foot), Pascal Cygan (hamstring) and long-term absentee Lauren (knee) are all still out.

8 comments:

  1. BangkuangZ1:34 AM

    Week 35 has been updated, where ARS and POR now showing 2 games last week!

    E. Adebayor (ARS - F)@POR,@MAN
    A. D'Alessandro (POR - M) ARS,BLA

    Hopefully they will add points after the game today (Yipee!!)

    Week 36 has been updated as well where ARS become 1 gamers (due to championship game)

    Looks like all the whining works for Yahoo :-) ....

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  2. Anonymous9:00 PM

    i dont understand...this week transaction lock on 15 april...but man u game on 14th...so???

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  3. Filled roster slots will lock down and be uneditable from 14 Apr 11:30AM PDT

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  4. Adebayor is a crap player! We should have won the game! But with Adebayor's finishing, not only did we not win, we'd also finish outside the top 4!

    THANK GOD HE IS CUPTIED FOR EUROPEAN MATCHES!!

    AngryBling!

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  5. I won't have you disparaging (sp?) K2 on this blog. I love that lanky retread Arsenal striker. He's been nothing but fantasy gold since he came over from Monaco.

    And now that he's gotten rid of the mop and gone with the corn rows, well...

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  6. Yes, K2 is fantasy gold since his move. Did a good job in covering for injuries to Van Persie. Now I have this problem, should I keep him or the one game week? I had him on the cheap at 6.9 cash 3 weeks back. Or should I trade him for Luke Moore or even Sutton?

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  7. dispose him hes crap. instead get some more cash n spend it on ruud coz hes definitely playin vs sunderland so expect some goals.

    "A minor injury sustained in training means Louis Saha is unlikely to face Sunderland but the France international will be available for Monday's trip to Tottenham."- from soccernet.
    and if ruud plays well vs sun, i doubt hell be on the bench for tottenham. cheers

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  8. Looks like Yahoo finally corrected the Ronaldo 4 goal weekend from 2 months? back.

    Dropped me down to 3rd in my league

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