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Gunners Legend Talks Up City Clash

Absolute Radio Rock 'N' Roll Football presenter Ian Wright talks about Arsenal's chances against Manchester City on Sunday.



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Writer: danielqpr Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday April 6 2012

Time: 6:51AM

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Wrighty talking his usual rubbish. He seemed to lose the thread of what he was saying here quite soon in. He was asked a question about Arse-v-City and started off saying he hoped it went Man U's way and then cut himself short and corrected himself and said he hoped Arse would win but then spent the rest of the time talking about how good Man U are and how they are going to win the title. Seems he has become a 'Man U' fan now and wants them to win the league rather than his son's former employers.
CITYBOY1000
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06/04/2012 10:41:00

Sorry but can't be bothered listening to a word that dickhead has to say.
Bluedub
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06/04/2012 10:55:00

Still bitter about his son even though we made him and rescued him from Chelsea, then gave him first team football again until he just wasn't good enough any more.
StuMCFC
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06/04/2012 22:07:00

Could not fault Wrighty
nickster
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06/04/2012 23:26:00

What did he say so wrong?!?
P.Avfc
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08/04/2012 03:24:00

 

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