Arsene Wenger & Samir Nasri

Arsène Wenger, OBE (born 22 October 1949) is a French Football Manager and former player. Samir Nasri (born 26 June 1987) is a French international footballer who plays for English club Manchester City in the Premier League and the France national team. 5.0/5

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Samir Nasri: Arsenal board and the players should be blamed for failures, not Arsene Wenger
Arsene Wenger says Cesc Fabregas & Samir Nasri will remain at Arsenal this season. Wenger also confirms signing of Ger…
So it seems Samir Nasri has more respect for Arsenal and Arsene Wenger than Robin Van Persie did.
I was nominated by Niall Horan and Samir Nasri to do the ice bucket challenge, I nominate Prince Harry , Boris Johnson and Arsene Wenger ! Get involved ! Amazing charity !!
it is tym of the year when evri1 has got to make predictions and throw in a few thoughts abt the season ahead I considered not doing this this year but it is a hard thing to resist! here we go; Man City: 2 championships in 3yrs, makes them favorites! no??? anyway, Pellegrini is *** bent on attacking football and players expressing themselves. City had a poor 1st half of the season by their standards- losing away games for fun- but they improved greatly in d second half... players like Martin Demichelis, Kolarov, Samir Nasri and Joe Hart greatly and dramatically became better. perhaps Pellegrini's philosophy had cut across and probably that shift will continue... but where is the hunger in this squad??? probably winning the Champions League is beyond them and dominating domestically should be a priority but how do u motivate these players without competition for positions in the first 11??? Fernando, Cabarello, Lampard, Sagna, Mangala probably won't get into the 1st 11 at City but they provide quality bac ...
Arsene Wenger believes the days of Arsenal being at the mercy of the richest clubs in the world are over. A number of former Gunners stars will be lining up against Wenger's side in the Barclays Premier League this season, including Cesc Fabregas, Robin Van Persie, Samir Nasri and Emmanuel Adebayor. Over the last two years, however, Arsenal have turned the tide, holding on to their most valuable assets while bringing in the likes of Alexis Sanchez and Mesut Ozil. "We are less vulnerable now, that is for sure," Gunners boss Wenger said. "In the last two years we bought Ozil and Sanchez - five years ago we would have lost Ozil and Sanchez.
NBS SPORTS TRANSFER TALK WITH PERCY. 1. Liverpool close on Origi deal. Liverpool are closing in on the €12 million signing of Lille and Belgium striker Divock Origi. With the fee agreed between the two sides, Origi is set to travel to Merseyside to discuss personal terms with the Reds. 2. Juve demand €78m from Man Utd for Vidal.Juventus want Manchester United to pay €63 million plus Nani, who is valued at €15m, for midfielder Arturo Vidal. 3. Manchester United will take advantage of boardroom uncertainty at Valencia to hijack their proposed deal for Benfica and Argentina midfielder Enzo Perez. The winger has a €25 million buyout clause. 4. Stoke City have emerged as surprise candidates to sign Brazilian legend Ronaldinho. The 34-year-old currently plays for Atletico Mineiro. 5. Samir Nasri is willing to take a €50,000-a-week pay cut in order to sign a new four-year deal with Manchester City. 6. Arsenal are keeping tabs on Nottingham Forest goalkeeper Karl Darlow. The 23-year-old is Arsene Weng ...
Latest Paper Talk •Luis Suarez has a second buy-out clause in his deal at Liverpool to prevent Premier League rivals signing him. •Hugo Lloris has urged Tottenham chiefs to spend wisely this summer. •Shinji Kagawa will give Louis van Gaal an early headache as Manchester United boss by demanding talks over his future. •Samir Nasri will take a hefty drop in his basic wage when he signs a new contract at Manchester City. •Newcastle owner Mike Ashley wants seven summer signings - after none in 19 months. Remy Cabella and Alex Lacazette may follow Siem de Jong, Jack Colback and Ayoze Perez to St James' Park. •Liverpool will bank £75.5m from 27-year-old Uruguay striker Luis Suarez's move to Barcelona. •Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger wants to bring in either Germany midfielder Sami Khedira from Real Madrid or Southampton's Morgan Schneiderlin. •Manchester City insist there is no panic at the Etihad Stadium over Edin Dzeko's failure to sign a new contract. •MLS chiefs are struggling to keep hold ...
Transfer News & Stories • Inter Milan have put French midfielder Yann M’Vila on their transfer wish list for the summer. • Arsenal target Loic Remy is desperate to join the Gunners as Arsene Wenger weighs up transfer options. • Sunderland have made a £4million bid for Ashley Williams as Gus Poyet looks to land his top transfer target. • Raheem Sterling is set to be Roy Hodgson's wild card despite his red card in England's friendly against Ecuador. • Karim Benzema says Real Madrid target Luis Suarez needs more than one good season. • Steven Gerrard last night hailed Roy Hodgson for having faith in him as captain - unlike Fabio Capello. • Real Madrid boss Carlo Ancelotti is plotting a £25million swoop for Chelsea star Ramires. • Eden Hazard has declared there is "no chance" he will leave Chelsea this summer. • Lukas Podolski insists Arsenal's FA Cup win has given Germany's World Cup hopes a major boost. • Samir Nasri is ready to sign a new deal at Manchester City that will keep him a ...
Arsène Wenger believes Cesc Fabregas and Samir Nasri will stay at Arsenal Great Ne…
REASONS WHY ARSENAL SHOULD NOT BRING BACK CESC FABRIGAS Many have been quick to endorse the proposed move, but the signing makes little sense for this Arsenal squad. First, there's the obvious issue about where Fagregas would fit in a team already loaded with playmakers. Fabregas is a classy pass master, at his best hovering between midfield and forward lines, exposing defensive gaps with clever through passes. But that is now the remit of ex-Real Madrid No. 10 Mesut Ozil. Manager Arsene Wenger paid £42.5 million last summer for Ozil to play between the lines. Trying to accommodate two like-minded schemers in the same position is certain to create imbalance within the team. Andres Kudacki/Associated Press With Mesut Ozil in the fold, Arsenal don't need Fabregas. Fabregas was once part of that very problem. He featured in a team containing too many players in his mold. That's a dynamic for which ex-Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson criticised Wenger in his memoirs, per Daniel Taylor of The Observer ...
Can't this be a kind of conspiracy in the French National Team -Les Blues? Samir Nasri and Gael Clichy just won the BPL with Manchester City Football Club this past season as regular contributors yet, the French Coach -Lauren Blanc dropped them out of the team to the 2014 World Cup in Brazil, but, Laurent Koscielny, Sagna and Olivier Giroud were picked for the party. Can this not be an Arsene Wenger inspired conspiracy?
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger will play Lukasz Fabianski in the FA Cup final against Hull City . The Poland goalkeeper intends to leave after the Wembley date. "The answer is exactly the same," Wenger said. "Honestly, I have always acted like that because it would basically mean the guys are not professional. "I have done that with Samir Nasri , with Robin Van Persie, with everyone when I knew they left or had a good chance to leave, I always played them. If they deserves to play, they play."
after two years,a trophy. Arsene wenger do not make a stock and you will reach our 40 years without smelling it. As for the Rodgers should wait for the next season,said Samir Nasri.
TRANSFER RUMOUR The Gunners have begun exploring the availability of £25 million-rated Real Sociedad forward Antoine Griezmann as they whittle down their list of summer transfer targets (Goal) Bayern Munich have received a number of offers for their Croatian forward Mario Mandzukic, including one from Arsenal. (Fichajes) Samir Nasri has claimed he wanted to stay at Arsenal, but moved to Manchester City because Arsenal delayed offering him a new deal (Daily Mail) Monaco are offering Arsene Wenger an annual salary of around €15million to persuade him to leave Arsenal and join them (Independent) Bacary Sagna has a two-year contract extension, with an option of a third offer on the table – but is still stalling. Arsenal have lined up Aurier to replace him if he leaves (Fresh Arsenal).
LONDON EVENING STANDARD Arsene Wenger believes Arsenal have never benefited from the same help that Chelsea have received from the Premier League and television companies in their bid to win the Champions League. At this stage of the season some players are already dreaming of their summer holidays but Andros Townsend is determined to show the football world he is feeling invincible again. Manchester Evening News A massive new kit deal could soften the blow of United missing out on the Champions League and boost David Moyes' attempts to lure the biggest names to Old Trafford. Former Man City boss Roberto Mancini has hit out at French midfielder Samir Nasri for wasting his talent. LIVERPOOL ECHO Everton have rewarded Tim Howard's fine form this season with a contract extension which will see him remain a Blue until 2018. Phil Thompson believes if Liverpool clinch the Premier League title, it would be an even greater achievement than the club's 2005 Champions League triumph. Brendan Rodgers delivered his Ea ...
Le Prof knows how to make Arsenal money and that's why he will never be sacked. Good luck to the team on Sat. Arsene Wenger brought Nicolas Anelka, Marc Overmars, Emmanuel Petit, Henry, Fabregas, Vieira, Kolo Toure, Robin Van Persie, Alex Song, Emmanuel Adebayor and Samir Nasri to the Gunners for a combined total of £43 million. He sold them for an aggregate fee of £223m. ― Source: The Daily Mirror -
Samir Nasri Hits at Wenger Once Again. When he newly left North-London and many Arsenal supporters tagged him as a "money hunter" which later lead to them calling him "Ca$hri", the French midfielder fired back by stating he left not for the money but to get laurels which he was being deprived of under Arsene Wenger. This time around he has come out again to make the declaration that he did not regret leaving Arsenal. He also frowned at the way the club's best players were being sold out without good replacements for them. “I spent three seasons at Arsenal without any title and at the end of the season we sold our best player that was Cesc Fabregas,” Nasri was quoted as saying by Goal.com. “I don’t want to be disrespectful, but I had a meeting with Arsene Wenger who told me to not be worried, he signed Gervinho and he will get reinforcements. “I preferred to join City and I won titles and indeed I earn a better living. And why not a second national title in three years? “I am very happy with my ...
Arsenal's number one striker Olivier Giroud has an unwanted record this campaign - has has been substituted more than any other Gunner. The forward has been brought off 13 times by Arsene Wenger, more than his nearest teammate Tomas Rosicky (10). The Frenchman is just three shy of the highest total in the league this season, shared by Kevin Mirallas of Everton and Samir Nasri of Manchester City (16). The figure relating to Giroud further illustrates the view that the striker is running on empty, with his performances in recent weeks being illustrative of a player who is tired. Arsenal have no real competition for Giroud, with Nicklas Bendtner and Yaya Sanogo short of the standard required, and both have themselves struggled with fitness. Teammate Laurent Koscielny spoke as far back as November about his teammate showing signs of fatigue, and the fact Wenger has chosen to bring Giroud off so frequently asks further questions as to why he did not sign an adequate alternative.
Arsenal defender Bacary Sagna looks set to sign for Manchester City on a free transfer this summer, after turning down a £9 million offer from Inter Milan, according to the Daily Star. After the 6-0 demolition at the hands of London rivals Chelsea, the news that the French defender may sign for a Premier League rival will come as a huge blow for Arsene Wenger. Sagna is said to have been frustrated by Arsenal's offer of a two-year extension on his current £60,000-a-week contract, and a move to the Etihad will see him link up with Former Arsenal team-mates and fellow France internationals Gael Clichy and Samir Nasri. Manchester City visit derby rivals Manchester United this evening, in a vital game in their quest to regain the Premier League crown. Arsenal meanwhile, welcome Swansea City to the Emirates Stadium and will look to bounce back after the weekend's disappointment. Unless Sagna can agree to a new deal at the Gunners, he will leave the club for free this summer. Italian giants Inter Milan repor . ...
Samir Nasri has told ESPN FC that Arsene Wenger is a “magician” and believes criticism of his former manager about his lack of trophies is unfair.
SPORTS UPDATE WITH EMMAH ATAI: Arsene Wenger has accused Arjen Robben of diving to get Arsenal keeper Wojciech Szczesny sent off, which led to a 2-0 defeat by Bayern Munich. To make matters worse on a miserable night for Arsenal, Szczesny is facing a UEFA probe after making a rude gesture following his sending-off. Pep Guardiola admits he was "so happy" to see Bayern Munich beat Arsenal 2-0 after losing on his two previous visits to Emirates Stadium.The ex-Barcelona coach endured two winless visits with his former Spanish employers but expressed his delight after the triumph. Garry Monk says he is "level-headed" enough to face the biggest test of his fledgling coaching career when Swansea host Napoli in the Europa League. Monk, named interim manager after Michael Laudrup was sacked on 4 February, will today lead the Swans as they tackle the Italian giants in the last 32. Samir Nasri insists Manchester City can beat Barcelona at the Camp Nou and keep alive their Champions League hopes since they are not as ...
Femi and the Gang!!! Hello everyone! This is New and we hope you all enjoy it!. Its Kelechi Nkoro's Boxing Heavyweights Sonny Liston and Floyd Patterson earned the first million dollar payday when Liston KO’d Patterson in 1963. Luis Suarez is the first player in Premier League history to score 10 Goals in a single month. Only 13 nations contested the first Football World Cup in 1930, which saw Uruguay winning the trophy. When Kaka signed for Madrid, he was offered the kit previously worn by Zidane(No 5)but Kaka refused to wear it to show respect Birmingham were the last Premier League team to keep a clean sheet at the Etihad - November 2010 After Mackay's sacking, Arsene Wenger has now served a longer period as manager than all others in the league combined. Samir Nasri was the youngest player in City's starting XI V Liverpool, but yet he was older than 7 of Liverpool's starting XI. Every tournaments except for 1930 & 1950, an European national team have always reached the final of the
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has revealed how he would always tell his players to "forget the money" and instead concentrate on the experience of the game. Since the London giants won the FA Cup in 2005, they are yet to clinch any silverware under Wenger, and that sobering fact had the fans doubting the manager's capabilities. What happened was a series of departures of the club's best players, with the likes of Cesc Fabregas, Alex Song, Samir Nasri and Robin Van Persie leaving the Emirates Stadium, causing fans to call for Wenger to spend. But the French tactician kept Arsenal a profitable and financially-stable enterprise despite those losses, and Wenger believes it all boils down to forgetting the money.
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger will not allow Gael Clichy and Samir Nasri to run down their contracts like former teammate Mathieu Flamini.
Jack Wilshere : Just One Trophy and Too Can Arsenal bounce back Again Jack Wilshere admits the Arsenal players are now overwhelmed with curiosity championship trophy. Quite a trophy next season just taken, then the Gunners can bounce to prevail again. Arsenal have not felt the eight years after the last lifting the trophy in the 2005 FA Cup. Although always qualify for the Champions League but still the North London club's fans would like to see his team was in the top podium. Inevitably Arsenal's title fasting has made them lose a lot of star players start from Thierry Henry, Samir Nasri, Cesc Fabregas and Robin Van Persie last. For then the players that won the championship title in their new club. This is what makes the hunger of the players will be getting bigger trophy winner from season to season. So next season is considered to be the most appropriate time Arsene Wenger's squad finished their degree of fasting. Moreover, Arsenal had claimed a large transfer of funds to be able to shop at the star p ...
Arsenal chief executive Ivan Gazidis claims Arsene Wenger can win trophies at the club again - and claims the Frenchman is in it for the 'long term'. The Gunners chief has come under fire from some aspects of the Emirates support after failing to replace top stars Cesc Fabregas, Samir Nasri and Robi...
Lyon midfielder Clement Grenier insists he has already made a decision over his future amid interest from Arsenal. Earlier in May, Arsene Wenger confirmed to Telefoot that he was monitoring the 22-year-old, likening the playmaker to former Gunners player Samir Nasri. Lyon president Jean-Michel Aulas warned Arsenal they would need to pay £31 million in order to sign the Grenier this summer, but the in-demand midfielder has now confirmed he has made a decision on his next destination. "Have I made a decision? Yes. More or less. I keep it for myself as I care for my discussions I have had with the president and the coach," Grenier told Le Progres. "I just want to say that I've never had demands. Moreover, either with the club or with my advisors, figures were never mentioned. My choice is a sporting one." Grenier, who has recently been called up to the France national team for les Blues' upcoming friendlies against Uruguay and Brazil in the absence of Nasri, insists he is unfazed by speculation surrounding ...
It has not taken Lyon long to react to Arsenal’s interest in star playmaker Clement Grenier. Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger spoke in gushing terms about the young midfielder in an interview with Telefoot at the weekend, comparing him to a young Samir Nasri, but Lyon are not happy that the London giants are eyeing their star man. Lyon, who are incidentally also managed by a Former Arsenal player in Remi Garde, moved swiftly to advise the player not to be driven by his ambitions and be attracted to the bright lights of London, but to hone his skills at his present club before leaving for a shot at the big time. Garde told French Radio station RMC, He’s a player who can still improve. I’ve told him that, at Lyon, there’s everything for him to be able to continue his progress, and then go to a club where he’ll establish himself as soon as he arrives. I think he’s still got a little way to go at Lyon.” Grenier is believed to be available for just 8 million pounds, and if he is as good as Wenger think ...
Interesting RS Liverpool have joined the fray for Arsenal target Clement Grenier, reports in France claim. The 22-year-old Lyon star has become an integral part of the Ligue 1 outfit since making the move from the youth team into the senior side in 2009, and yesterday Arsene Wenger confirmed that he has been keeping a close eye on Grenier's progress. "We are following Grenier. His intelligent play pleases me," he said. "He has interesting qualities and reminds me of Samir Nasri." But Le10Sport and L'Equipe are reporting that Liverpool have also been privately keeping an ongoing interest in the player, and have put in a €15 million concrete offer in the hopes of trumping their Premier League rivals and taking the midfielder to Anfield. Brendan Rodgers has made clear his ambitions to boost the Liverpool squad this season, with the manager insisting that the side will be challenging for a top-four finish next season. The midfield will likely need an influx of new players for the next campaign, with Steven ...
Liverpool are reportedly set to rival Arsenal for the signature of Lyon midfielder Clement Grenier . The Gunners are said to be keen on the 22-year-old, with manager Arsene Wenger recently likening the player to Samir Nasri . However, Reds boss Brendan Rodgers is also interested in the OL playmaker, and will offer a bid of £12.8m for the player, according to L'Equipe . Grenier is said to have a €37m (£31m) buy-out clause inserted into contract with Lyon.
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The Gunners are confirmed to be interested in signing the 22-year-old midfielder this summer, with manager Arsene Wenger drawing comparisons between him and Samir Nasri
Liverpool ready to *** Arsenal target midfielder Liverpool are rumoured to have made a move to beat Arsenal to Lyon playmaker Clement Grenier by tabling a firm £12.8million (Euro15m) offer. Arsene Wenger has had his eye on Grenier - a player he has dubbed as 'like Samir Nasri' - for some time, but if the reports in the French media are correct, Brendan Rodgers is trying to jump the queue.
Bale and Suarez linked with Real Madrid switch? Transfer gossip and news from Monday's papers 27 May 2013 09:06 PLUS: Michael Essien linked with Chelsea return, Newcastle in for Braga striker Eder Big-money target: Real Madrid are reportedly prepared to pay £65million for Gareth Bale Action Images The transfer window may be shut but gossip never sleeps. Here are the latest rumours from the papers and beyond. Transfer stories and gossip from today's Daily Mirror Everton could have to pay Wigan £5million for the services of manager Roberto Martinez, who is on a rolling contract with the Latics. Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has admitted his interest in signing Lyon star Clement Grenier, saying he reminds him of Samir Nasri. Transfer stories and gossip from other papers and websites Luis Suarez has been lined with a £40million move to Real Madrid, but Liverpool are determined to hang on to their Uruguayan striker. (The Sun) Bernabeu bound? Liverpool's Luis Suarez has b
Stewart Robson claims Arsene Wenger is scared to spend ‘big money’ this summer – because he will be accountable if his acquisitions flop. The Gunners have failed to replace some of the their top stars over the last few seasons, having let Robin Van Persie, Samir Nasri and Cesc Fabregas all leave the Emirates in recent years. And former Highbury favourite Robson believes the Frenchman needs to splash the cash when the transfer window opens, if the North London club are to have any chance of winning the Premier League trophy next term. “If Arsene Wenger goes out and spends big money, say he buys three big players, then he is then culpable when they don’t succeed,” he told the Sports Bar. “All the time that he is selling players and not spending big, when they come fourth, everyone says ‘Arsenal are doing OK because they are not spending what the other clubs spend’. “As soon as he spends big money Arsenal fans and everyone in the media will expect them to compete for the Premier League an ...
Gossip and news from today's Daily Mirror Benfica's Ezequiel Garay is trying to push through a move to Manchester United. Manchester City have lined up Adam Maher as potential replacement for Samir Nasri. PSG haven't given up on luring Arsene Wenger away from Arsenal. Swansea manager Michael Laudrup has signed a one-year contract extension.
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger and Samir Nasri have both been banned for one match for improper conduct by Uefa after Barcelona defeat.
Saturday's gossip column Comments (63) TRANSFER GOSSIP Norwich striker Grant Holt, 31, has told Celtic to forget about signing him - despite buying a house in his hometown of ­Carlisle and moving his family north. Grant Holt has scored 65 times in 143 league appearances since joining Norwich from Shrewsbury Full story: Daily Mirror Manchester City's Samir Nasri could soon be playing alongside David Beckham at Paris St-Germain. The French club are preparing a move for the 25-year-old France midfielder. Full story: Daily Mail Tottenham are preparing to offer free-scoring winger Gareth Bale, 23, £130,000 a week to keep him at White Hart Lane. Full story: London Evening Standard Everton boss David Moyes has turned down a number of requests from Championship clubs to take 19-year-old midfielder Ross Barkley on loan. Full story: Daily Mirror Fulham boss Martin Jol will ask Arsene Wenger whether the Cottagers can extend 21-year-old midfielder Emmanuel Frimpong's loan from Arsenal until the end of next season. ...
Guardiola wants Chico Flores at Bayern Pep Guardiola has been impressed by Swansea City defender Chico Flores and wants the former Mallorca man to join him at Bayern Munich. David Villa wants Arsenal move Barcelona striker David Villa has his heart set on a 14m pound move to Arsenal in the summer, but Arsene Wenger will have to change his policy of only handing over-30s one-year contracts. Man United to sign 9m pound Begovic Stoke goalkeeper Asmir Begovic will join Manchester United for 9m pounds in the summer, but David de Gea will not be allowed to leave Old Trafford. West Brom considers Reo-Coker signing West Brom is weighing up the possibility of signing free agent Nigel Reo-Coker - who left Ipswich in January - following an injury to youngster George Thorne. Tevez to head Manchester City clear-out Carlos Tevez will be among a number of star names to leave Manchester City in the summer, with Joleon Lescott, Samir Nasri and Maicon among others expected to depart Eastlands. Benitez confident of Chelsea ...
Interesting topic for Gooners: Would you accept Samir Nasri back at the Emirates? It was reported that he asked Arsene Wenger to take him back at the end of last year since his playing time had been so affected by his move to the Etihad and that he wished once more, to play for Arsene Wenger however Le Boss was unwilling to consider the thought due to his wage demands. So, assuming there was a way for it to be done, would you take him back? Personally, I think he's a talented player and that he would be welcome back after a public, televised, sincere apology to Arsenal fans, Arsenal Football Club and Arsene Wenger. What do you think?
Thierry Henry wants me to buy Arsenal, says Alisher Usmanov. And when asked about Arsene wenger he replied "The greatest achievement of Arsene Wenger is to have created two teams," he said. "The one that now plays for our rivals and the one that is trying to be among the best in the League." That was a reference to Robin Van Persie, Samir Nasri, Emmanuel Adebayor and others who have all left Arsenal to play for other Premier League teams in recent years. . Not only henry we all *** fans want u to buy all 100 % of Arsenal please - FROM We are Gunners
Wenger confident on Walcott deal Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is hopeful that Theo Walcott's signing of a new contract at the club can be completed by the weekend. Talks between the two parties have been ongoing for some time, with Walcott’s current deal set to expire at the end of the season. With the possibility of the England international being able to walk out on the club and join a rival for nothing, the Gunners see it as imperative that Walcott does not follow in the footsteps of Robin Van Persie and Samir Nasri. Wenger has recently deployed the former Southampton man in his favoured role as a striker - a move many say is to appease the player - while the Arsenal boss has also insisted Walcott is at the top of his priorities this January, over bringing in new additions to the squad. Recent stories in the press claim Walcott has as good as agreed a new £20 million deal over three-and-a-half years, but nothing has yet been confirmed. Wenger, however, said after Wednesday's 1-0 FA Cup victory over ...
Arsenal have benefited from large profits due to player sales as of late. With a new commercial deal, Arsene Wenger believes his club is prepared to spend some money.For years now, Arsenal has been the laughing stock of the Premier League due to their inability to keep key players at the club. From Samir Nasri and Gael Clichy to Cesc Fabregas and Robin Van Persie, Arsenal's lack of silverware and their unwillingness
Why did Arsene Wenger bought Samir Nasri in the 1st place I swear that Monkey disgust me.
Samir Nasri says he owes former manager Arsene Wenger for enabling him to fulfil his dreams in the Premier League.
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Samir Nasri on Arsene Wenger : "If I'm here today it's because of him. I'll never forget what he did for me. I owe him a lot. He gave me confidence not just as a player but as a man as well. That is why I really respect him and really like him because he cared about the men, not just about the players. For some managers they want you to be on the pitch and that is it. For him he wants to talk to you, to know a little more about you to give you the confidence, it was like a second love for me." -MAS.
Samir Nasri spoke of his respect for former manager Arsene Wenger
I been giving a lot of thought about my support for Arsenal. Of late I am even embarrassed to watch their games. This team has been giving me nothing but heartbreak for the past four seasons. I am now convinced that Arsene Wenger is no longer the right man to take us forward. We built stadium, did not buy quality players and now that we have the resources, we still are not competitive. Man U endured financial pressure when they were extending Old Trafford but inflow of trophies never ceased. We lost many good players like Thierry Henry, Ashley Cole, Alex Song, Cesc Fabregas, Gael Clichy, Samir Nasri, Adebayor, Kolo Toure, Emmanuel Eboue, Bendtner, Carlos Vela and Robin Van Persie. The common denominator in all these players is that they all played for Arsenal and after leaving, they went on to do much better in their new clubs. Infact 95% of them went on to win silverware. We get a hiding from a 3rd division team in Bradford City. Swansea fancy their chances against us in a replay. No one fears us anymore ...
New Blog Post Andy Gray backs Guardiola for Gunners job - Football pundit and former Premier League star Andy Gray believes that former Barca manager Pep Guardiola is the ideal candidate to take over from Arsene Wenger at the helm of the North London club this summer. Wenger has been at Arsenal since 1996 but the Frenchman has come under heavy fire after failing to bring in any silverware since the 2005 FA Cup. The lack of trophies has seen top stars such as Samir Nasri...
As the Transfer window has recently opened, Arsene Wenger has been given £70 million to spend on rebuilding the current Arsenal squad. Players like Johan Djourou, Sebastein Squillaci and Marouane Chamakh are now moving on, leaving spaces for new professionals to enter the club. In the last few years, the Gunners have been letting key players go; Samir Nasri, Geal Clichy, Casc Fabregas and Robin Van Persie being the latest of the stars to go out the door. Although Wenger has brought in players to replace them, they haven't been of the same standard, players like Gervinho, Arshavin and Chamakh haven't adapted to the Premier League meaning Arsenal have gone eight years without a trophy! Which is an extremely long time for a top class club! As the fans become more and more frustrated with the running of the club, Wenger becomes more worried about the signings. He needs to bring in top players that have already made a name for themselves and can preform highly at Europe and in England, for example Santi Cazor ...
EPL: Man City Draw on Memory for New Year Title Fight. Champions Manchester City go into 2013 facing a daunting seven-point deficit on Premier League leaders Manchester United and a testing encounter against stubborn Stoke City on Tuesday. Roberto Mancini's side ended the year which delivered their first Premier League title with a gritty 4-3 triumph over Norwich City, proving their high-profile players also have the mettle for a fight. It is early days in the long title run-in but United, who travel to Wigan Athletic on New Year's Day, are traditionally strong in the second half of the campaign. Mancini, however, does not need to trawl the memory banks too far for inspiration as United threw away an eight-point advantage with only six games left to play last season. "We showed we are there for the title," Mancini said after his team displayed their steely core to beat Norwich despite Samir Nasri's sending-off just before halftime. "We won't leave this title easily and will fight every game. With 10 playe ...
What the back pages say... =THE SUN SUNDAY Samir Nasri saw red after trying to head-butt Norwich's Sebastien Bassong. Also: Blunder ref *** Russell faces an FA probe after failing to send off Sheffield Wednesday star Jeremy Helan - despite booking him twice. =SUNDAY MIRROR The feud between Sir Alex Ferguson and Alan Pardew started immediately after Manchester United's 4-3 win over Newcastle on Boxing Day. Also: Gareth Bale angrily protested his innocence after being booked for diving again at Sunderland. =Daily Star SUNDAY Sir Alex Ferguson has crushed Arsene Wenger's bid to sign Nani. Also: Furious Samir Nasri was given his marching orders for headbutting Norwich defender Sebastien Bassong after a late tackle sent him flying through the air. =SUNDAY EXPRESS Gareth Bale hit out after being booked for diving during Tottenham's 2-1 win at Sunderland. =THE OBSERVER Paul Lambert has conceded that Aston Villa are in a relegation battle after a third successive heavy defeat left them one point above the bottom ...
Arsene Wenger got £80m from Manchester City for Samir Nasri, Gael Clichy, Kolo Toure, and Emmanuel Adebayor.
Rumours suggesting Former Arsenal player Samir Nasri has requested Arsene Wenger to re-sign him in January. Hit Like if you'd welcome him back..Comment if otherwise.
Former Arsenal midfielder Samir Nasri looked into the possibility of re-joining his former club, it has emerged. Nasri, who famously admitted that he will always be an Arsenal fan, has kept in close contact with his ‘second father’ and Gunners’ boss Arsene Wenger since joining Manchester City in a £24 million deal last summer. French tactician Wenger keeps in touch with many of his former players , especially fellow compatriots such as Nasri with whom he had built up a close relationship with during the Frenchman’s three years in North London. -DB
According to a report from Manchester Evening News, relationship between Roberto Mancini and Samir Nasri grew worse after the Italian blamed Nasri for Van Persie's winner in the Manchester Derby. Nasri, who is believed to be in contact with former boss Arsene Wenger, has requested the Gunners' boss to re-sign him in January. -Taps
Wilshere, Ox and Ramsey to sign new deals Arsenal are close to agreeing new long-term contracts with Jack Wilshere, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Aaron Ramsey, according to ESPN sources. Arsene Wenger also has funds in place to make two big signings in the January transfer window, while he has not abandoned hope that Theo Walcott, who will be a free agent in the summer, will remain at the club. Arsenal are also confident that Bacary Sagna, whose deal runs until 2014, will agree an extension. Despite the Capital One Cup exit to Bradford City representing a particularly difficult moment in an already testing season, there is a feeling within the club that any talk of a crisis is wide of the mark. They are hoping to offer reassurances to the supporters by tying down the futures of England duo Wilshere and Oxlade-Chamberlain and Wales midfielder Ramsey. The Gunners have been forced to cash in on a number of players in recent years, including Samir Nasri and Robin Van Persie, after allowing their contracts to ru ...
at his press conference today Arsene Wenger spoke about Robin Van Persie was asked what kind of reception he might get from the Arsenal away brigade at Old Trafford on Saturday. “I don’t know,” he said, “I hope it is a respectful one because he has played for us for eight years, he has done very well for us. I think he will get the reception I hope for.” Except he won’t. Arsene knows that, Robin Van Persie knows that, blind octogenerian men who live in as yet undisocevered tribes deep bneath the crust of the earth know it. It’s just something the manager has to say. As he did with regards, oh, Samir Nasri. And William Gallas. And Emmanuel Adebayor. And Ashley Cole (time and time again). And any player that has left under contentious circumstances. The reality is that Van Persie will find himself on the wrong end of a two-versed chant, the second of which is more than sufficient to let people know how they feel about them.
Arsene Wenger is urging Arsenal supportersto respect Robin Van Persie when theGunners take on the former Emirates idoltomorrow. Van Persie infuriated fans whenhe snubbed a new contract last summer infavour of a £22million move to ManchesterUnited. And the Dutch striker is alreadysteeling himself for an angry reception fromthe away end at Old Trafford tomorrow.Arsenal old boys Ashley Cole, Samir Nasri, GaelClichy and Emmanuel Adebayor all receiveddog’s abuse in recent years. But Van Persie can expect even worse afterpublicly questioning the club’s ambitionbefore joining their bitter rivals on a£200,000-a-week contract. No wonderWenger is appealing for calm as he tries tofigure out a way of stopping the man who hit37 goals for his team last season. Van Persie has netted nine goals for Unitedalready. But Arsenal have not exactly beenshort of firepower without him and TheoWalcott’s hat-trick in Tuesday’s stunning 7-5League Cup win at Reading has given Wengerplenty of food for thought.
Sergio Aguero will return from injury when Manchester City host Arsenal in Sunday's Sky Live game. The forward is available after five weeks out with a knee injury, but Samir Nasri has just a slim chance of facing his old club. A hamstring injury kept Nasri out of the midweek defeat at Real Madrid, and Roberto Mancini said: "I do not think he will be ready." Mario Balotelli is in contention, and Mancini has rubbished suggestions his omission from the squad in Madrid was down to a dispute between player and manager. Vito Mannone will continue in goal for Arsenal after Arsene Wenger revealed that Wojciech Szczesny's ankle problem will keep him out for a further two or three weeks. That means a fourth start of the season for Mannone as Wenger picks from the same squad on duty at Montpellier in midweek. Jack Wilshere is back in training but will feature for the U21 side before he is considered for a senior recall.
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Cesc Fabegras, Samir Nasri, Robin Van Persie, Alex Song and now Theo Walcott...is there a transfer window ya di supporters? I want to leave the club...or better yet, transfer window ya di coach e neng? Quick, sum1 buy Arsene Wenger.
Kolo Toure to Man City,Clichy to Man City,Flamini to AC Milan,Hlebb to Barca,Samir Nasri to Man City,Cesc Fabregas to Barca,Van Persie to Man Utd.,Alex Song to Barca.who knows tomorrow Enyimba might buy the Arsenal team sef to compete in Premiership!Na wa for Arsene Wenger o!
Robin Van Persie: Transfer Timeline Will he, or won't he? Robin Van Persie poised for sensational Arsenal transfer u-turn A few weeks ago, Robin Van Persie appeared determined to leave the Emirates Stadium this summer. With Manchester City, Manchester United and Juventus all vying for the signature of last season's Premier League top scorer, the 28-year-old Dutchman's future looked like it would be played out anywhere but North London. Arsene Wenger has always remained positive about Arsenal's chances of retaining the services of their influential captain, though, even after the loss of key players like Samir Nasri and Cesc Fabregas in seasons gone by. History - so the Frenchman said - is not about to repeat itself. Now, having confirmed the signing of Spanish attacking midfielder Santi Cazorla from Malaga earlier today, his arrival continues an impressive summer in the transfer window for the Gunners, following up the capture of strikers Lukas Podolski and Olivier Giroud. Turkey midfielder Nuri Sahin rem ...
Santi Cazorla: Another Welcome Addition Think back to last summer. Think back to the departures of Cesc Fabregas, of Samir Nasri. - alright, now forget about that. Fast forward. News reports flashed with news of a bright young talent from Spain, one to replace Cesc Fabregas - to which the gooner faithful clamored for more. The player was unfortunately Juan Mata, who we can now see playing across town at Stamford Bridge for Chelsea. Today, though, that has little importance. Behind the scenes last summer, Arsene Wenger scrambled to find a new creative minded midfielder. Someone that could step into the role of Cesc. Actually, a surprising name came up. A Villareal winger turned attacking midfielder named Santiago Cazorla. With terrific vision for a pass, intelligent movement off of the ball, and a quality strike for a free kick, Arsene was keen on making him the successor to Cesc Fabregas. As the interest peaked in Mata, Arsenal had seemed to finally found a suitable replacement. Jack Wilshere even posted ...
Papers: Red Robin? 19/07/2012 09:12 Darren Lewis writes in The Mirror... Van Persie's mine Manchester United believe they have won the £20million race to sign Robin Van Persie. United boss Sir Alex Ferguson is confident the Arsenal captain will team up with Wayne Rooney to form a formidable strike-force in a rebuilt side he hopes can win back the title. Van Persie scored 30 Premier League goals last term to help the Gunners to third in the table, while Rooney struck 27 times for United. Ferguson is understood to have told footballing friends he believes Van Persie will be moving to Old Trafford, despite the interest of money-bags Premier League champions Manchester City and Italian league winners Juventus. Selling his skipper to Sir Alex would be a huge blow to Gunners boss Arsene Wenger. It would come 12 months after a summer that saw City buy Samir Nasri and Barcelona purchase then-captain Cesc Fabregas. But Arsenal have little option but to sell - unless they want to lose Van Persie for nothing next s ...
Arsene Wenger is on big *** 1st he refused to sell Samir Nasri to Man Utd last Season...nw he's acting all...
While Arsenal have drawn a lot of criticism in recent weeks for being a 'selling club', one area where Arsene Wenger seems to have clearly learnt from his past mistakes is that he has been better prepared for the inevitable. The departure of Cesc Fabregas and Samir Nasri last season left the Gunners...
"I lost Samir Nasri, Gael Clichy and Cesc Fabregas at an age when they should have been playing their best football for Arsenal. But I never left the club when I could have.” - Arsene Wenger
Things the Media and Haters Doesn't Get About the Gunners During every transfer window, Arsenal fans are forced to sift through innumerable stories linking the club with big-money moves for star players in the hope that Arsene Wenger will finally change his transfer policy and go for big fish. This is wishful thinking to say the least. Even when given a transfer budget in the range of £80 million last summer after the departures of Samir Nasri and Cesc Fabregas, the manager refused to go big. No matter what situation the club is in, there will be no transfers like those at Stamford Bridge or Old Trafford. Arsenal have the funds to make them, but it is just not Wenger's way, and he is not changing. Nevertheless, expensive players like Yann M'Vila continue to be linked, only to see their moves, as they were, inevitably disintegrate.
1st it was Kolo Toure, followed by Gael Clichy and Emmanuel Adebayo, then Samir Nasri and now rumour of RVP joining Machester City. As Arsene Wenger become d chief scout 4 City? Can't just stop tinking.
But come o,why does Arsene Wenger like French players like this? He is always signing french players that end up breaking his heart!!! The only french player so far that has met up to his expectation is Thiery Henry,Samir Nasri was supposed to meet that mark but we all know what happened at the end!! Is it that he only looks at french players or simply bcos he is from france?
Arsene Wenger is convinced that the £12m purchase of Jadson, a Brazilian midfielder in the Cesc Fabregas mould, will enable Arsenal to build from their summer wreckage, as Manchester City hold out hope that £22m Samir Nasri could be their player in time to field him against Swansea City on Monday ni...
Arsene Wenger claims he will one day write a book about the summer in which Arsenal lost both Cesc Fabregas and Samir Nasri - Daily Mirror
Worst Player Of The Season 'Don't worry folks, we've signed Park Chu-Young,' was Arsene Wenger's message to Arsenal fans last summer after the club sold both Cesc Fabregas and Samir Nasri. It looked as though Wenger didn't have the foggiest when, in desperation, he signed five players on deadline day. And while Mikel Arteta turned out to be an inspired piece of business (why did it take so many years for Arsenal to sign him?) Chu-Young has earned his place next to Kaba Diawara in the Gunners' Hall of Shame. One Premier League sub appearance, four passes (three successful) and no shots tells its own story, with the South Korean way below the standard required; even Marouane Chamakh 'outshone' him in a late cameo against AC Milan at the Emirates. Arsenal fans will be thankful that Robin Van Persie stayed fit throughout the campaign, as not only did the striker fire them into Europe, he also saved them from significant embarrassment.
Guys, according to espnsoccernet.com, "City are said to be willing to offer Robin Van Persie of Arsenal Fc more than £250,000 a week, while Anzhi are reportedly offering over £300,000 a week tax-free". So to me the likely hood of arsenal winning anything (even a spoon) in the next few years is very unlikely, so me thinks he should use one stone to kill two birds. Go to a higher paying club(earn more money, who doesn't want more money anyway), at the same time win a solid trophy (not the Emirates cup). It has happened to several other Arsenal players. e.g Thiery Henry, Cesc Fabregas, Gael Clichy, Samir Nasri, Kolo Tore. To name a few. If na me ppl chei, i don run far tey tey, see the kin money wen dem wan pay the guy a week!!! Besieds Arsenal no dey ready to win anything, so long as Arsene Wenger will always keep on buying under developed playes and wanting to "build" up, no way for him, cos he will continue to "build" up other serious minded clubs will come and pick them up. That's my take what do u guy ...
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Manchester United and Manchester City may have to wait a year if they want to sign Arsenal captain Robin Van Persie. The Arsenal striker’s future has been the subject of intense speculation as his current deal expires next summer, while Roberto Mancini and Sir Alex Ferguson are reportedly keen to acquire his services. However, a report in The Sun claims the Emirates Stadium manager Arsene Wenger and chief executive Ivan Gazidis are willing tolet him run down the remainder of the contract rather than let him go to Old Trafford or the Etihad Stadium. Samir Nasri posed Arsenal with a similar problem last year, but the North London side opted to sell to City rather than lose him for nothing this summer after he made it clear he would not sign an extension. Van Persie’s situation differs in that he is far more valuable to the side and will be almost 30 when his contract runs out – Wenger has always been reluctant to offer long-term deals to players over that age. Wenger and Gazidis are due to meet with t ...
I think Samir Nasri needs to respect his former team...especially so Professor Arsene Wenger. NKTeest
Dear Man City We congradulate you on your Pemier League Win, it has been 44years in the making and you truly desrve it. Now that you have achieved your goal we would kindly like our players back, Gale Clichy, Samir Nasri and Koloe Toure, and as compensation you can take Arsene Wenger(nothing personal we jus would like a fair chance). Your sincerly Arsenal F.C.
My congratulatory message goes to Samir Nasri and Gael Clichy of Manchester City. You guys made the right decisions by leaving Arsenal for Manchester City. What pride is in it if you play for years and there is no trophy or medal to show for your achievement. I believe you guys will send a goodwill message to Arsene Wenger who runs a football accademy at Arsenal which serve as a platform to show case ur talents. For all the players at Arsenal who crave for trophies and medals I think Nasri and Clichy have shown u where those things are. My brothers and Sisters who are Arsenal fans I congratulate u too.Afterall your prof (Wenger)in his comment said it that Arsenal has done something incredible this season by making 3rd position instead of 4th he has accustomed with.What a mediocrity statement from a manager of Arsene caliber.(Eyin omo Gunners E ku Iroju o).Naija Arsena fans pls don't have bad belle for Mancity because of those two guys. You people were praying fervently For their downfall where I watched t ...
It has been a long, punishing but ultimately rewarding journey, from crisis in September to Champions League qualification in May. Again. For the 15th consecutive season in fact, albeit with a pair of helping hands from the hapless figure of West Brom’s Marton Fulop. Arsene Wenger, it appears, does know what he is doing. Arsenal have finished two points and one place higher than the team boasting Cesc Fabregas, Samir Nasri and Gael Clichy did last term, despite being shorn of the services of the Spaniard’s anointed successor, Jack Wilshere.
J. J Okocha should feel sorry for Bolton Wanderers, C. Ronaldo should feel sorry for Manchester United. Arsene Wenger should congratulate Samir Nasri and Gael Clichcy. Craig Bellamy should congratulate Manchester City. Manchester United rule... GGMU
Arsene Wenger will be followin Gael Clichy and Samir Nasri to City now! or Why would he want to stay at Arsenal when he could earn loads more somewhere else?! and surely the likes of Clichy, Nasri and Kolo Toure have proven that success can only be found after leaving the Emirates...No hard feelns though
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has dismissed claims Robin Van Persie could go the same way as former players Samir Nasri and Cesc Fabregas.
Samir Nasri. You can take the boy out of Arsenal, but you can't take Arsene Wenger out the boys.
Loool"10 - Arsene Wenger has currently had 10 missed calls from Samir Nasri asking if he can come back to Arsenal. Gonner."
Arsenal boss delighted with win over Mancini's men, who included former Gunners Gael Clichy and Samir Nasri
www.tribalfootball.com shared the following link and had this to say about it:Gooners - what did you enjoy most from yesterday? Beating City, or beating Nasri?!!boss Arsene Wenger felt Samir Nasri struggled on his return to the Emirates. The Manchester City midfielder was making his first appearance since quitting t...
"who's the worst player you've had to manage?" Samir Nasri. His dental bill was ridiculous.
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger believes that Manchester City's poaching of his players has to stop.The Gunners boss has seen a number of his charges make the switch to the Etihad Stadium over the last three years, with £24 million Samir Nasri the most recent departure last summer when his contract ca...
Arsene Wenger has said it is time to stop selling Arsenal players to Manchester City. The Arsenal manager has let Emmanuel Adebayor, Kolo Toure, Gael Clichy and Samir Nasri join City in the past four years.
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Arsene Wenger's biggest transfer mistake might have been opting for Samir Nasri instead of Hatem Ben Arfa
Arsene Wenger is right afterall.Samir Nasri..you have indeed won a trophy...can't stop loling.
Football: Arsenal's Arsene Wenger & Samir Nasri and Spurs assistant Joe Jordan handed Uefa one-match bans
Arsene Wenger and Samir Nasri charged by UEFA over comments made to referee Massimo Busacca after match last night
UEFA have charged Arsene Wenger & Samir Nasri over comments to referee Massimo Busacca after losing 3-1 to Barcelona -
News: Arsene Wenger and Samir Nasri to be investigated by Uefa over comments towards referee Massimo Busacca:
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger and midfielder Samir Nasri charged over comments made to ref Massimo Busacca at Camp Nou:
UEFA charge Arsene Wenger and Samir Nasri for blasting ref Massimo Busacca: ARSENE WENGER and Sami...
BREAKING: UEFA charges Arsene Wenger and Samir Nasri for comments made about referee Massimo Busacca (via
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