Arsenal Vs Porto: A Time For Vengeance Or Worry?

Mohammed ZamanContributor IMarch 8, 2010

LONDON, ENGLAND - MARCH 06:  Cesc Fabregas of Arsenal looks dejected during the Barclays Premier League match between Arsenal and Burnley at Emirates Stadium on March 6, 2010 in London, England.  (Photo by Mike Hewitt/Getty Images)
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After reading some excellent pieces of writing I have been inspired to start writing myself! It's my first article for the site guys so go easy on me!

Right, most of us know about the calamity that happend in Portugal, so I won't be revisiting that scene. Porto lead with a controversial 2-1 advantage over the Gunners and they visit North London on Tuesday to finish the battle. Easier said then done. Arsene's soldiers will be eager for war after the demoralizing defeat in Portugal and will seek vengenance for both Aaron Ramsey who they vowed to bring silverware to and they're missing in action captain Cesc Fabregas.

But with Cesc out, Arshavin just back from injury, Bendtner's confidence a little shattered and 1 goal behind Porto, do we as Arsenal fans worry ahead of the clash or highly antcipate it? My Anwser is simple, I will look so forward to the match that I will probably lose sleep. Although we have lost a key player in our squad we have also been boosted by the wise veteran Sol Campbell (who I believe should take the responsibility of the captaincy) and the Russian magician himself Andrey Arshavin. The soldier of may have lost his chest plate in Cesc Fabregas, but it is now equipped by a deadly sword which is Arshavin and an unbreakable shield that goes by the name of Sol Campbell.

What are your thoughts guys and please comment I want all feedback good or bad! Thanks for reading!