Nasri, what on earth?!

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If indeed. Concentrate on your own shite before commenting on ours. He's like an excited kid who's getting carried away. Men against boys.
Holy shit, I thought I was in 'Will Arsenal...' thread and it was a comment of Arse supporter. It changes much if it's Nasri.

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Of course, agree with you, players should be quiet. Just quiet. And remember Essien four years ago.
I was reading that as well and thinking "well there's nothing bad with ifs and buts from fans" -- Then I realized he was quoting Nasri :lol::lol:
 

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People realise that he is answering questions yeah? they odn't just put a microphone infront of him and he starts speaking? What is wrong with what he was saying? HE starts it all off with "IF we beat sunderland", not "when we beat sunderland"

tards.
 

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Hehe, if you don't get why it's silly, you just don't get it. No need for name calling, 'faux! :)
 

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People realise that he is answering questions yeah? they odn't just put a microphone infront of him and he starts speaking? What is wrong with what he was saying? HE starts it all off with "IF we beat sunderland", not "when we beat sunderland"

tards.
So what ? There are arrogant answers and there are other types of answers.Just because he was asked a question doesn't mean he had to make conjectures about beating Sunderland
 

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What if the question is "If you beat sunderland what are your chances of winning the league?" or "After Chelsea beat United what are your chances of winning the league?"

How is his answer lacking any sort of class?
 

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So what ? There are arrogant answers and there are other types of answers.Just because he was asked a question doesn't mean he had to make conjectures about beating Sunderland
Again he says If we beat sunderland. Nothing arrogant about it.

Surely he isn't asked about sunderland, surely he is asked about the title race?
 

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He could say something like "let's wait for it to happen before making hypothesis".A very PC answer but at least it doesn't show arrogance
 

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He could say something like "let's wait for it to happen before making hypothesis".A very PC answer but at least it doesn't show arrogance
His answer doesn't show arrogance.


His answer would show arrogance if he said "when we beat sunderland"

He is a footballer, not a master wordsmith.
 

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"I think it's going to go to the wire, to the last game of the season," Giggs told Sky Sports News.
How arrogant, he thinks he will win all the games up to the last day.

See how easy it is to sound stupid, thats how you lot sound.
 

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I'll try to lay it out for you. The model professional answer would be in the direction of "we just need to focus on our games, and then we'll count the tally at the end" instead of making calculations based on assumptions and conjecture. The way he answers, no matter what the question was, indicates that in his mind, they've already got the points in the bag.

A more appropriate answer, as I pointed out, would have been "we just have to do our best against Sunderland and hope we can grab a win etc."

And stop acting like a stubborn child and pretending that Giggs quote is in any way comparable to this.
 

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I think it highlights a lack of humility and class.

A bad sort of arrogance that Arsenal are famous for.

They thought because they'd trounced Leyton Orient they'd gone back to being the bestestest team in the history of the world, entitled to win by showing up.

Not so much Samir.
Sums it up perfectly.
God how I hate them. And the delusion of Le'Arse fans posting on here doesnt help neither.
 

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Nasri said that he could not rule out playing for another English club, although he did make one exception. "I will not play for Tottenham," he says. "It's like in France, I cannot play for Paris St-Germain [Marseille's rivals] because I'm faithful."

But William Gallas swapped Arsenal for Tottenham. "That's another good reason not to go there," he says. Nasri's feud with Gallas is well documented.
From that same interview everyone is complaining about, I love this.
 

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No, it's a good thing for Arsenal supporters surely.

Nasri is saying he will never play for Tottenham, as he's faithful to what Arsenal want. However, if United or Chelsea or the other 16 teams got involved, he would have to have a serious think.
 

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Well if money or whatever drives him to another club so be it, as long as it isn't tottenham, and as long as he doesn't act a dick like Ashley Cole.
 

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Like a lot of young footballers he comes across as being full of himself. I doubt any Arsenal fan will be too worried if they win something this season. I suppose the questions would start if they went through the next couple of seasons doing interviews where they proclaimed their superiority and won nothing. For now, I suspect Wenger won't be too concerned by a public show of self-belief, provided it isn't just bluster.
 

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Well if money or whatever drives him to another club so be it, as long as it isn't tottenham, and as long as he doesn't act a dick like Ashley Cole.
Fair enough, but what if he wants to join United because we are a better team who wins things?
 

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Like a lot of young footballers he comes across as being full of himself. I doubt any Arsenal fan will be too worried if they win something this season. I suppose the questions would start if they went through the next couple of seasons doing interviews where they proclaimed their superiority and won nothing. For now, I suspect Wenger won't be too concerned by a public show of self-belief, provided it isn't just bluster.
Nasri has always been 'confident' in himself.

Fair enough, but what if he wants to join United because we are a better team who wins things?
I believe that falls under the same category as "whatever drives him to another club so be it" you don't need your own category.
 

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His form seems to have dropped over the last 6 weeks or so, and he doesnt really seem to influence the big games (he was awful at Old Trafford earlier this season) as much as he should.
 

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What pocket are you on about?


Nasri just looked sloppy and tired, Arshavin was his usual self. The biggest fallacy in the Arse side for me is RVP. Never been a lone striker, can't seem to grasp the false #9 role and certainly doesn't live up to the hype of 'would be amazing if he could stay fit'. He's scored goals because he plays upfront for a very creative team and he's technically proficient.
 

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What pocket are you on about?


Nasri just looked sloppy and tired, Arshavin was his usual self. The biggest fallacy in the Arse side for me is RVP. Never been a lone striker, can't seem to grasp the false #9 role and certainly doesn't live up to the hype of 'would be amazing if he could stay fit'. He's scored goals because he plays upfront for a very creative team and he's technically proficient.
Spot on. He's worthless. Sums up the Arse to a tee.
 

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What pocket are you on about?


Nasri just looked sloppy and tired, Arshavin was his usual self. The biggest fallacy in the Arse side for me is RVP. Never been a lone striker, can't seem to grasp the false #9 role and certainly doesn't live up to the hype of 'would be amazing if he could stay fit'. He's scored goals because he plays upfront for a very creative team and he's technically proficient.
That's what you want in a striker though, I really think RVP is a great player he has just gotten tainted by injuries, as a finisher he reminds me of RVN which is saying something, takes probably the best penalty in teh world as well
 

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That's what you want in a striker though, I really think RVP is a great player he has just gotten tainted by injuries, as a finisher he reminds me of RVN which is saying something, takes probably the best penalty in teh world as well
Other then being dutch there is very little in the common between Ruud and RVP, they lead the line in different ways