French midfielder took the full wrath of Gunners fans after acrimoniously leaving the Emirates Stadium but now feels vindicated after his new side became English champions
stay "classy" Nasri...
...but after a year of heavy abuse from the Arsenal fans about his departure to Man City, it's not strange that he has a few words for those who have been insulting him for so long. Fans have to understand that players are sometimes just like people, so they might make decisions on what they think is best for them, not just financially but also when it comes to sportive ambitions. Nasri felt Man City has a higher chance to win trophies than Arsenal and has shown more ambition in achieving it, by spending a fortune on buying top-quality players. Arsenal has the same ambition but has felt it needs to bring up young talent instead of spending big bucks, which is admirable, but so far hasn't won them much trophies the last few years. So many Arsenal fans are upset about their club not investing each and every year, yet when a player leaves the club for that exact reason, he's branded a money-hungry traitor!?
Thats it he's not mocking arsenal anyway the titles really off. He is just saying hes proved his point by moving to city. He took a LOT of stick when he moved and all year round from gunners fans. Theres nothing wrong with coming out and saying hey look! I was right!
and now Nasri mocking the whole Arsenal team...wow, looks like there's no need for class when you have the money eh?
im glad torres isn't doing something similar with liverpool although apparently he has other things on his mind
lol what an @sshole, to think that if Nasri and fabregas hadn't left they would have definitely been competing for the top two. ohh well.. I'm former teammates will have something to say come next season.
Dreamland! They were both there last season and they came 4th! So don't talk crap. They only came 3rd this season as Spurs fell foul at the second half of the season and Chelsea.. Well lets not go there shall we?
you're going to talk about positioning and being lucky, when you won your title in the ridiculous 5+ minutes extra time... pfffft. I'm sure arsenal will be more competitive come next year..
Screw 'staying classy'. He played for them and made the right choice by leaving. Now instead of celebrating just getting into the champions league, he is part of one of the greatest days in football history and winning the league title!
Grammar is wrong, france international. Should be french. 3rd place for money spent is actually pretty good. It's takes ka-jillions for city's and utd's to win titles. Arsenal have been close many times. And no NASRI - You played a very small part in that title win, most of the time your lazy at city, you were better at arsenal. Thing is. Wenger would not pay the wages your on now. EVER. Trouble with footballers, big heads. And whores as GF'S. WAGS. But hey. Stay classy.
3rd is crap nobody wants 3rd let alone 2nd. Arsenal coming close doesn't matter. I think Nasri played a solid role for man city. whores as GF's... what's wrong with that?
Nobody wants 3rd? Arsenal seem to think its as good as the title these days!
This is just pathetic.
just shows the maturity of the Man city team. kids.
tevez, balotelli, now nasri. no class.
CR7 with all his confidence <borderline arrogance> didnt pull shit like this. he even knocked Sporting lisbon out the UCL one season and didnt celebrate his goal instead he stayed grounded and appreciative knowing if it wasnt for them he wouldnt be where he is now.
its times like this when you can see how ronaldo is actually a good role model for young footballers.
That was well put. and Ronaldo in my eyes is the best player in the world and he said from the start he wanted to play for Madrid and I don't care if we lost the best player in the world we got £80 million for him and he has proved what he had to at Man Utd. I am happy the way the league has gone this year and ok United lost the league on goal difference and to me as a United fan I am proud of the team for fighting city all the way. Citys squad is by far the best in the league and any true football fan can see that yet Man UTD this season have been branded as the worst ever United side under SAF yet they only lost the league on goal difference what dose that say about the two teams and manager? I think the way things are going on at city at the moment it will come back to bite them as they have some world class players who play for the team in Heart, kompany and a few other but if they carry on bringing big headed players in like Tevez, Mario, Nasri ect theres type of player who want to play for the club will turn there back on the team and move on and these are the players City cant affored to lose as they will become the back bone of the team. Next season we will see what City are made of as Money can only get you so far but you also need the right type of player and management in there too and United have this and the players will be hurting for losing the league and want it back next season and if some of the city players carry on acting like this it will hit them hard next season as NO player should be bigger than the club or manager and a lot of the City players think they are.
Ronaldo? Seriously? He used to dive all over the place and hold his face like he was shot when playing in the premier league. He was a massive dirty diver he even got booked in his last Manchester Derby match for diving! And you talk about class? HAHAHA.
we not talking about him diving here. we talking about his maturity level and his respect for clubs, team mates (both ex and current), managers and staff.
all of which the man city kids have none of. football is not about how you carry yourself on field but off field too. thats something these man-children have to learn.
Nasri is overrated
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