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Fabregas on Monday

Having cracked the bar in the loss to West Ham, Spanish wunderkind Cesc Fabregas has signaled the Gooners` intentions to put things right against us tomorrow. He also seems a little bitter about us holding them to a 1-1 draw back at the Emirates:

"We want to finish third in the Premiership, this is now our sole challenge for the season and it is necessary to win at Newcastle. At home this season Newcastle caused us lots of problems in the 1-1 draw, I want revenge and to win this Monday. Those points and others cost us our chance in the title race.

I warn Newcastle fans, Arsenal will not go in to this match like it's a holiday, but with the clear objective of getting three points. The Magpies are a difficult team and I still can't understand how they have dropped below the Uefa Cup zone. Injuries have damaged their performance in the league this season."

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The Journalist

Writer: Ross Molyneux Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday April 8 2007

Time: 12:58PM

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beat the arsenal please
EvertonMike
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09/04/2007 13:10:00

draw on cards I think, can't predict the Magpies this season.
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