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GUNNERS YEARS: Bobby Gould's advice after Wimbledon scoreless draw

PUBLISHED: 16:47 24 August 2009 | UPDATED: 16:23 07 September 2010

1989: Former Arsenal striker Bobby Gould leads his Wimbledon side to a 0-0 draw at Highbury and then claims George Graham s champions need to forget their title win at Anfield the previous May. Arsenal lost heavily at Man Utd 1-4 on the opening day before

1989:

Former Arsenal striker Bobby Gould leads his Wimbledon side to a 0-0 draw at Highbury and then claims George Graham's champions need to forget their title win at Anfield the previous May.

Arsenal lost heavily at Man Utd 1-4 on the opening day before the Dons shut them out in their first home game.

"It's going to take Arsenal a bit of time to get back into their rhythm. It is not easy to zap in and turn it on and get back to earth.," says Wimbledon boss Gould.

Graham is not happy after the game, moaning: "We knew what it would be like - eminently forgettable!


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