As we look ahead to Round 5 of the Capital One Cup, which sees Arsenal making the trip to Bradford City, Capital One are giving you the opportunity to speak to Arsenal’s Russian forward Andrey Arshavin.

Arsenal have been the top scorers in this season’s competition, with 13 goals in just two matches and Arshavin has played his part in that.

If you could ask Andrey Arshavin one question what would it be? Check out the Capital One Facebook page for your chance to be the person asking the questions!

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  • edward owen
    1 year ago

    Iwud aske him,WHEN ARE YOU LEAVING AND TAKING THE REST OF THE ARSENAL DEADWOOD WITH YOU.

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  • anto
    1 year ago

    i would ask him when exactly he forgot how to play football

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  • Heath
    1 year ago

    I’d TELL him when he inevitably leaves Arsenal, to come down here to FC Dallas in the MLS! Arshavin and Brek Shea, thats a team I’d like to see!

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  • Lofty
    1 year ago

    I’d ask him when he’s going to give those car insurance advertisements a rest. And also ask him what it’s like to walk on the famous Weatherfield cobbles. And finally why is his haircut like an 8 year old boys. An 8 year old boy who lets his mum cut his hair. Regards, Lofty.

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