Samir Nasri refuted any claims that he asked for a return to Arsenal. There were reports going around that the French attacking midfielder approached his former Arsenal boss with a view to get back to the Emirates stadium.
The report claimed that the former Gunner is now unsettled at Manchester City and spoke to Arsene Wenger. But Nasri sought to quash any such rumours by taking to Twitter. He posted two messages on his official account to say that the reports had nothing to do with him. .......Read the full article here
Despite all the talk this week about the Arsenal and Chile star Alexis Sanchez and whether he is the best player in the Premier League this season so far, the former Liverpool and England defender Jamie Carragher has suggested that it is the Man City and Spain midfield maestro David Silva that is the key figure in the clash between the Gunners and Man City at the Etihad stadium tomorrow. .......Read the full article here
As the first chance of another trophy for Arsenal looms in this afternoon’s match against Manchester City, Kieran Gibbs has been explaining how much the Gunners have grown since our first trophy a couple of months ago at the same venue. .......Read the full article here
Bacary Sagna has been talking about his decision to run down his contract with Arsenal so he could join our Premiership rivals Manchester City, and he freely admits that the Arsenal traitors Samir Nasri and Gael Clichy convinced him to move to the Etihaad Stadium. .......Read the full article here
Why do people care so much about Fabregas going to Chelsea? by K.M.
How come Cersc Fabregas was labeled ‘legend’ at Arsenal when all he had were 2 good seasons? Lukasz Fabianski was more of a legend than him. At least his heroics in the FA cup helped us win a trophy. .......Read the full article here
One of the most painful things for Arsenal fans in recent years is, of course, losing our best players. The likes of Thierry Henry and Patrick Vieira left the Gunners, knowing that Arsene Wenger was facing some lean years, financially speaking, while the Emirates stadium was paid off. Then Cesc Fabregas eventually left to rejoin his boyhood club Barcelona after they tried for years to get him. .......Read the full article here
Is youth an Arsenal value? by Ash
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has been criticised several times during the past few years over a lack of success and not moving on with the modernisation of football. And many are quick to state that the fact he is persistent in building the ‘team of the future’ rather than focus on the current Arsenal team , offers a good reason behind why Arsenal haven’t challenged in the same way as they did before under Wenger. .......Read the full article here
Samir Nasri may not be the most loved former Arsenal player around, but he still has some close ties to the club, especially with his compatriot and former boss Arsene Wenger. He may have left Arsenal because of the lack of silverware, although a huge increase in wages might have helped as well, but he also claims it was not Wenger’s fault. .......Read the full article here