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Robben happy to be back

Published: Thursday 20 May 2010, 18.25CET
After landing in Madrid FC Bayern München wasted no time in meeting the media. About 150 journalists attended a news conference in Bayern's hotel just north of the Santiago Bernabéu with local reporters wanting to know how Arjen Robben, formerly of Real Madrid CF, felt being back in the Spanish capital. "I don't feel like it is revenge to be here – I am just happy to see old friends and we're here to win the trophy," said the winger.
 

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Published: Thursday 20 May 2010, 18.25CET

Robben happy to be back

After landing in Madrid FC Bayern München wasted no time in meeting the media. About 150 journalists attended a news conference in Bayern's hotel just north of the Santiago Bernabéu with local reporters wanting to know how Arjen Robben, formerly of Real Madrid CF, felt being back in the Spanish capital. "I don't feel like it is revenge to be here – I am just happy to see old friends and we're here to win the trophy," said the winger.
Last updated: 20/05/10 22.35CET

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