Arsenal Football Club [2009/2010]

This video exhibits the highlights of Arsenal in the 2009/2010 time. I hope you like this compilation and appreciate it, this is the greatest video I have carried out. Arsenal squad [09/10]: ManuelAlmunia, LukaszFabianski, VitoMannone, Wojciech Szczesny, BacarySagna, Thomas Vermaelen, Philippe Senderos, William Gallas, Mikael Silvestre Mikael, Johan Djourou, Gael Clichy, Kieran Gibbs, Armand Traore, Sol Campbell, Abou Diaby, Cesc Fabregas, Tomas Rosicky, Samir Nasri, Denilson, Aaron Ramsey, Alexandre Song, Jack Wilshere, Andrey Arshavin, Emmanuel Eboue, Fran Merida, Eduardo Da Silva, Robin van Persie, Carlos Velva, Theo Walcott, Nicklas Bendtner.
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29 Comments to “Arsenal Football Club [2009/2010]”

  1. dparsenal95

    @ Kevo193 – robben will move frm bayern munich….sure….
    and sagna is a fantastic t RB he has provided beautiful crosses into the box
    and u completely forgot about wilshere …he is fantastic.. we dont need charlie adam to play that role…..
    but i do agree about the goalie change…….we need either stekelenburg or even dat sunderland goalie… i cant spell his name….. 😛 😛
    we r fine upfront.. its the back where we need consistent player… djourou is developing well though

  2. Kevo193

    The team that will give Arsenal glory: Gk: Stekelenburg RB: Van der Wiel CB: Vermalen (Captain) CB: Gary Cahill LB: Clichy CDM: Song CM: Charlie Adams CM: Nasri (Vice-Captain) RW: Walcott ST: Robin van Persie LW: Arshavin Money to fund will come from the selling of Fabregas to Barcelona for around 25 million since i dont expect them to buy for 45 million. Also since Arshavin is getting old keep an eye out for SWP and Adam Johnson from Man City and Robben this summer, same with Howard and Given

  3. inurfacez10

    .We’re having such a bad time ….. but i don’t care. Arsenal 4 life. Our time will come again and its gonna be just as great as Arsenal deserves.

  4. Michae1G


    Yeah but IMO he never lifts the team like Song or Wilshere do. Denilson is too side-ways when it comes to passing and the play loses momentum as a result. Where as Song, Fabregas and Wilshere all look to pass forward. Just bear that in mind when you next see Denilson in action.

  5. TheStreetracer213

    Ces Fabregas + Wojciech Szczęsny + Laurent Koscielny + Gael Clichy + Thomas Vermaelen + Samir Nasri + Jack Wilshere + Denilson + Andrey Arshavin +Theo Walcott + Robin Van Persie = Arsenal <3

  6. TheStreetracer213

    Arsenal 4 Life, Barcelona vs Arsenal is the battle of the best clubs in the world for me. Arsenal proved that they got what it takes to win Premier League this season, Arsenal 4 life

  7. g2gpce

    Denilson is da next fabrrgas he is an amazing player he should start more games instead of subs just look at some of those great goals he scored

  8. ACE101896

    Look I’m a hockey fan but I watch a lil bit of soccer and I go for Arsenal their passes reminds me of my favorite hockey team the NY Rangers check them out

  9. supermetalx

    Hi iam from chile and i am such a big fan of this club i see them all the games of my arsenal and i love the way they understand the football

  10. uzzigunz

    Why is it that i love The Arsenal so much? I honestly couldn’t tell you. It could be because my first football match as a kid was at Highbury, it could be the immense football i watched that day, but i think it was the feeling of being a part of something special. The atmosphere, the fans, the players, all as one in harmony. One thing I’m sure about, i don’t love Arsenal for the trophies. I love Arsenal for being The Arsenal.

  11. leoseven2

    In England, the designated champion will be MU, next on line will be Tottenham. Other teams headed by foreiners will have their moments but not for keep. So, to all foreign owners who wishes to win thropies in England must rope in English/British managers and never ever criticise the FA of its officials.The riches league in Europe with most of the clubs in RED and thats why I am in the opinion that ARSENAL is the true Champion and the best managed football club in England.

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