Denilson: Bolton is no easy game, we have to focus to win
Written by Renzo on September 9, 2010 4:00
Arsenal midfielder Denilson could make his first appearance of the season this weekend when the Gunners host Bolton at the Emirates Stadium.
Speaking to Arsenal TV Online, the Brasilian declared how Owen Coyle’s side should not be underestimated as it will definitely not be an easy game. The 22-year old believes the Gunners should approach the game in the same way they would approach a big game against the likes of Chelsea or Manchester United, that is with the right focus.
The midfielder believes Arsenal have a good chance of winning the game as they will have the support of the Emirates fans who always provide the right atmosphere to push the players in the right direction, getting all three points.
The Gunners will be without strikers Robin van Persie, Theo Walcott and Nicklas Bendtner for the game, with midfielder Samir Nasri also ruled out as he will only resume training after knee surgery this week. Defender Sébastien Squillaci could also make his debut after featuring for the Reserves side on Tuesday.
On the Bolton game, Denilson said:
When you play Bolton you can’t think that it is an easy game.
You have to think it is a good game, a brilliant game and you have to win, the same as if you play Chelsea or Manchester United. You have to focus for every game.
We have a good opportunity to win, you always do when you play at home.