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Nasri denies angry message

Arsenal's wantaway midfielder Samir Nasri has used Twitter to deny earlier comments posted on a Facebook account suggesting he was set to leave the Gunners on less than amicable terms.

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no_more_heroes1941d ago

You know what? Certain people look like they're trying desperately hard to paint Nasri as the bad guy. Well, I'm not buying it. Unfortunately, some sections of Arsenal fans seem to have been fooled.

Nightfallen1941d ago

Wow, I actually believed it. He's not going to sign a contract extension anyways so I don't care what people think about him.

buddymagoo1941d ago (Edited 1941d ago )

Supposedly, before the Udinese game Arsenal confirmed it was Nasri's official facebook.
http://www.football365.com/...

"Rather curiously, the Arsenal press office reputedly confirmed that the quotes were legitimate and the Facebook page belonged to Nasri, before the game against Udinese."