Can the arsenal attack really function efficiently without henry?

January 2, 2007 11:04am CST
I think henry is the pivot of the arsenal attack and without him the attack will be blunt.
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@jackpot (138)
• India
2 Jan 07
It doesn't look like it can!! But I think Fabregas is the other VITAL cog in Arsenal's wheel. If he does not play, or does not play to his 100% capability, then also Arsenal is struggling. The reason is that Arsenal do not have another creative midfield player except Fabregas. Ljungberg is in perhaps his worst season for Arsenal and Rosicky hasn't yet settled in the Arsenal system!! Hleb is working hard, but doesn't look very settled. RV Persie is improving very well, but is still young (and hot-headed) and inexperienced. In any case Henry is close to returning to full fitness and might feature on the bench against Charlton (at the Emirates) tonight!! So lets hope he comes back ASAP and sets the pitch on fire immediately!!
@ikinta (1238)
• Indonesia
2 Jan 07
To be honest Henry wasn't in his best performance but I do agree that arsenal don't have strikers to replace him.I watched when arsenal defeated in the last match.Aliadiere just lost in that match and van persie just don't have the finishing touch.I think there are lots of work for wenger for the forthcoming season.