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Sparky unhappy with point (AUDIO)

Sparky unhappy with point (AUDIO)

Blackburn boss Mark Hughes speaks after Jens Lehmann's second howler in a week gifted his side a share of the spoils at Ewood Park. Robin Van Persie had given Arsenal the lead in the first half, only for the German keeper to fluff a shot from David Dunn.

Hughes believes his side deserved the point at the very least, feeling Rovers outplayed the Gunners and were unfortunate to have Ryan Nelsen sent off.

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Writer:Lee
Date:Sunday August 19 2007
Time: 6:00PM

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If it was'nt for Lehmanns flap he would'nt even have that, once again a truly shocking display of thuggery and anti football from the rovers, how sobbie ravage stayed on the pitch is unreal, we had the predictable 'same old Arsenal' chant, then Sobbie presents us with the most sickening dive since Zokora last season, A more odious little penis you'd struggle to find. It's weird cos in the 2nd half you proved you can play. Gammy whenever you fancy a team that plays football and not the man give Arsene a bell, still got 10 days or so.
nikolaijns
19/08/2007 18:23:00
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feisty affair then was it?
merlin
19/08/2007 20:55:00
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How can Arsenal talk about diving??... you did it three times last week and numerous counts of simulation yesterday. Rovers deserved the point (even the ridiculously biased London media acknowledge that). And if it wasnt for a rare Friedel mistake Arsenal wouldnt of scored... there is a reason the same old Arsenal chant came out again...
MikeyGamst
20/08/2007 11:21:00
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i was chanting the same old arsenal chant, all the way from sydney. THose darn gooners, always having a whinge.
sasman
20/08/2007 13:58:00
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If Sanchez came out and apologised for the diving accusations Mikey it's safe to say they were untrue. Honestly do you really believe what you're saying when you talk about simulation? Have you seen the match footage up close at all? If you had'nt of been at Ewood the ref would have had the stones to whittle you down to 8 players, really nasty tactics looking to inflict pain - standing on hands, knees in the back of heads, tackles from behind, thing is deep down you would all like to see our two teams play without all this crap, cos it aint like you can't play. The fact that we only had our captain taken out for 3 weeks is nothing less than a feckin miracle.
nikolaijns
20/08/2007 18:05:00
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absolute rubbish... nikolaijns... biased tripe as usual.
MikeyGamst
21/08/2007 15:22:00
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