Ex Arsenal, Manchester City, West Ham and France international midfielder Samir Nasri announced his retirement and revealed why he did not want to continue playing football in an interview with Le Journal du Dimanche. The 34-year-old, who is now a Canal + analyst, said his doping ban in 2018 was the event that impacted his connection with football.
Former Arsenal and Manchester City football club of England star, Samir Nasri was on Wednesday night spotted playing a game as he made his return to the pitch of play for the first time since he announced his retirement barely less than a month ago. Samir Nasri featured for Olympic Marseille Legends in a Charity match against Team UNICEF XI at the Stade Velodrome.
Out of many players that have the opportunity to play in the top tier of the English Football Professional League, Samir Nasri is one of the great names to mention. Can we forget his contribution to the Gunners during his time at Emirate Stadium after he moved to England from France in the summer of 2008?
Many of Arsenal's top players have left the club throughout the years, and the fans have always expressed their grief. It has clearly come down to the club's failure to win any significant trophies in the last 15 years or so. Here, we'll look at the top seven players Arsenal should not have sold and the top five players they sold too soon.
The prices in the current transfer market is definitely over inflated, a couple of years back Cristiano Ronaldo was the World's most expensive player and Real Madrid bought him for less than £100m, the likes of Cesc Fabregas, Samir Nasri and Santi Cazorla were all bought and sold for less than £50m.
Sometimes people make mistakes and live wishing they had done things differently. This happens in every aspect of life and football is no exception. This is the story of an ex-Arsenal midfielder who moved from being hailed as the next Zidane to a UEFA ban and a lesson to learn from his mistake.
The Professional Footballers' Association Award well known as the PFA Award is an award given to the player who is considered to be the best player for the season. The English FA will nominate the best 10 players and the winner will be voted for by every player playing in the English Premier League.
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Football is a game of loyalty and trust, it is considered treason when players join a rival club. In the world of football, when a player joins a rival club, he is considered a traitor or a betrayal by the fans. Fans will abuse and mock such players, some clubs go the extra mile by removing the player from their hall of fame or revoke any special privilege how formerly given to the player.
Marseille were among the important heavyweights of French Ligue 1, until the arrival and reemergence of Paris Saint Germain, backed by the moneybags massive investments.
Eduardo Cesar (Photo credit: The Sun) Arsenal technical director Eduardo Cesar, popularly known as Edu, said in an interview on sky sports that the signings Arsenal made in recent transfer windows are geared towards building for the future. He probably said that to clarify those who questioned the club's transfer strategy following a disastrous start to the new Premier League season.
Recently, France international Samir Nasri announced his retirement from professional football at age of 34. The former Arsenal star player who joined the London club at the age of 21, went on to become one of Arsene Wenger's wonder-boys in the EPL. The article states the personal awards, major and domestic trophies Samir Nasri won.
Remember Samir Nasri, See Photos Of How He Looks Now. Samir Nasri is a French professional footballer who is currently a free agent, having most recently played for Belgian club Anderlecht. He was born on 26th June 1987 (age 33 years) in Marseille, France. Samir Nasir who was born in Marseille, France started his football career during his youth in 1995 were he played for Pennes Mirabeau. Samir Nasir has also played for big football clubs during his playing time which includes, Marseille, Arsenal, Manchester
Getting it right while rebuilding a club is a very tricky process because a little mistake could be the defining point of a rebuilding job that has been in motion for many years. It is a mammoth task for any new incoming manager to right the wrongs of the previous regime and that is the conundrum that Mikel Arteta has been facing ever since he was named as the manager of Arsenal.
Check them out... Balotelli and Carragher During Mario stay at Liverpool and couldn't produce any goals : and then subsequently left Anfield, Carragher was one of several Liverpool fans to celebrate the Italian permanent departure in 2001, prompting him to declare that “free is still paying over the odds. The Italian hit back at the English man saying he was a“ bad player "and a “wonderful hater ”. Ronald Koeman vs Louis van Gaal The duo Rivalry began in Amsterdam where Koeman was Ajax manager and Van
After winning the Premier League title in the 2003/2004 season, Arsenal has been without a Premier League trophy for many years. Many great players have left the club since then, returning to win the EPL trophy with another English club. The team has not won the Premier League title since winning it in its unbroken record under former manager Arsene Wenger in the 2003/2004 season; instead, it has only won minor trophies in England.
Marseille legends played against Arsene Wenger's Team UNICEF yesteday. Legends like Didier Drogba, Samir Nasri all featured for Marsielle, they also won the game 7-4 despite their old age. Didier Drogba Former Chelsea star Didier Drogba is spending this international break holding a charity match with his former club, Marseille.
Samir Nasri has confirmed his retirement from football at the age of 34. The former French international announced his decision on Sunday on Canal +, a medium where he is now an expert. Nasri arrived in Marseille and was transferred to Arsenal in 2008, spending three years at Emirates Stadium before joining Manchester City.
Andrey Arshavin's stint in England with Arsenal was, by and large, a forgetful one. The Russian playmaker arrived at the Emirates Stadium in February 2009 for a then club-record fee of £15m from Zenit St Petersburg. Much was anticipated, but UEFA's Euro 2008 Team of the Tournament member failed to live up to those expectations. However, five years ago today, there was an exception to the rule as Arshavin made the headlines during an outing at Anfield. Hosting Liverpool were involved in a battle with rivals
Arsenal's core since Arsene Wenger took over the club in the late 90s was giving young players a chance to show their worth.Samir Nasri, Robin Van Persie, Cesc Fabregas and more were Examples from thus brilliant philosophy.
On Tuesday, the 30th day of March 2021, Manchester city's record goal scorer Sergio Kun Aguero announced he will be leaving the club at the end of the season after 10 seasons at the club.