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Ian Wright On Robinho *Video*

Ian Wright On Robinho *Video*

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Arsenal legend Ian Wright has a lot to say about Manchester City record signing, Robinho and states the Brazilian can achieve his target of 30 goals this season.

Wrighty...

"It's definitely possible for him to score 30 with the way City play. They're so attacking and they've got so many players who want to get forward and do great things."

"He could have scored five against Stoke the other day so it's realistic that he can do it. If he has the hunger to achieve it, I can definitely see him getting that many this season."

"City create so many chances and play good football so the more confident they get, the more they'll feel like they can do anything. It's the sign of a confident man who can announce that he can score 30 goals."


Click here to read his Sunsport column and watch his video interview.



Click here to join in the debate on the club forum.

Writer:Tudor
Date:Saturday November 1 2008
Time: 11:59AM

Comments

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he's so right right right...........
lincolnblue
01/11/2008 12:02:00
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Fair comment! He will certainly get chances the way we are playing!
oliverblue
01/11/2008 12:40:00
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I never could be doing with Ian Wright after himself and Mark Bright drove Maine Road into a demented frenzy goading Eric Nixon into being sent off in the eighties. City 2 Palace 3. Total injustice. That said, he's persuaded SWP to come home after the initial bad Chelski advice, so two wrong's make a Wright. Er, I think.
Johnny Baguette
01/11/2008 12:48:00
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Yawn. Great news. You made my day with Ian "retard" Wright's comment via his retarded ghost writer on an irrelevant, "retard speaks" morsel of news. YAY! Thank GOD for this website! YES! My steak-pie, stella-swigging life as a following retard with no life and a fat wife is now complete! YES! THANK YOU FOR THIS WEBSITE!!!!
Henry14
01/11/2008 14:10:00
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This is SUCH a great post. THIS IS GREAT! We should nominate this for an award. Of course, all UK awards are great and not corrupt. This is SO good. Thank you SO much for this. This will change the way I view football. The reporting is just so ON THE NOSE and UP FRONT and so... just so DEEP man. I could talk about this for hours. Seriously. READ this post 10 times and tell me you've deflowered its mystical... almost ethereal structure. YES. Thank you for this piece of trash.
Henry14
01/11/2008 14:12:00
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Bugger off back to your Arsenal site ya stella-swigging Gooner!!
Tudor
01/11/2008 14:25:00
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AAIIIEE!! NAYYY I AM BANISHED BACK TO ARSEBLOG. NAAOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOWW.
Henry14
01/11/2008 15:02:00
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What on earth are you on Henry14 and have you any spare?
Tudor
01/11/2008 15:05:00
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Wrighty's brain pops and fizzes about all over the place as usual. But he is right that Robinho is capable of 30 goals in a season as long as City keep their game focused on attacking. If we could draft in some top left-sided defenders in january that could happen.
Sindbad
01/11/2008 15:20:00
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Henry14 Are you on your way back from STOKE !!!
alphieblues
01/11/2008 17:09:00
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