Arsenal’s former attacking midfielder Samir Nasri seems to cheer for his former manager Arsene Wenger even if the Gunner fans have attacked him last time he was on the Emirates Stadium with City.
The lad seems to think that Wenger has all the right things to make it and that the manager’s philosophy is a very good one despite not having won any trophies in the last years and despite having a horrible run this season.
“You have to accept that sometimes it’s good to win ugly,”
“You don’t always have to play good football to win.
“Arsenal play good football, but after seven years they don’t win so that’s difficult for them.
“But the manager has a good philosophy. I know he will find a solution.
“I don’t want Arsenal to fall down. I want them to win things because I have respect for the players there and the manager.
“But I know from the start I made the right choice because we are top of the league and in the Europa League.
“After that, what Arsenal do doesn’t matter.”
If things were so pretty at Arsenal why did Nasri leave? This makes no sense and that’s why we have to face the fact that that Wenger’s policies are driving the players away rather than attracting them to the club.