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Reports: Nasri's Emirates return sparks 'minor scuffle' with fans'

Samir Nasri made a surprise return to Emirates Stadium earlier this afternoon — as a spectator.

The French midfielder, who is currently nursing a knee injury, didn’t travel with the City squad that beat Arsenal 2-0 but still made his own way to the ground alongside former team-mate and close friend Marouane Chamakh.

Both Nasri and Chamakh were out partying in a lavish London nightclub last night and had made plans beforehand to attend Sunday’s game.

According to eyewitness reports from several supporters, Nasri was taunted by a handful of teenage Arsenal fans as he made his way into the stadium, where an older supporter subsequently squared up to the 25-year-old and had to be restrained by West Ham loanee Chamakh.

As Gooner Talk revealed earlier last month, Nasri is still in regular contact with Gunners’ boss Arsene Wenger and had enquired about the possibility of returning to the club at the start of the season.

Meanwhile, Arsenal face Swansea City in an FA Cup third round replay on Wednesday night and will be without Mikel Arteta after he was ruled out three weeks with a calf strain.

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Kerfuffle
Kerfuffle
7 years ago

Really….what’s wrong with some people?

Wayne
Wayne
7 years ago

Pathetic supporters.Boo them on the pitch and leave it at that.Grow up

Abc
Abc
7 years ago

I’m not defending him but somebody tell me please what has he done wrong? He played until was selled what can’t be said about fabregas who refused to play (a captain at the time), went to the better club at the time and won Premiership which is every single normal professional football player aim, it’s about winning. I guess when fabregas would like to come back everyone would be ecstatic while with nasri it’s totally different, why? I’m very much for bringing him back because we can’t afford to say no to this kind of player he is. We badly… Read more »

Blue boy
Blue boy
7 years ago

Fans like this have no class, so bitter.

cockneygooner3
7 years ago

i was the boy who mugged of samir by putting my hand out to shake it then moved it away and said ‘judas, wanker’ so on so on. no one attacked him, chamkah went to push him so me old dear moved his hand away. there both fucking twats

Stonroy
Stonroy
7 years ago

Ahh is everyone forgetting the comments he made about Arsenal and the fans?

harshil kachhawa
harshil kachhawa
7 years ago

The difference between him and Cesc?? Really!!
How can you even compare these two. Cesc even after leaving has shown his love for the club. In most of his statements about Arsenal, he has spoken about his love and admiration for Arsenal.
Nasri on the other hand has made statements against Arsenal, there is not even one good statement from Nasri after leaving Arsenal.

100% Gooner
100% Gooner
7 years ago

Makes you proud to be a Gooner. Not.

Christy
Christy
7 years ago

wt’s D probs of these fans anyway they re pardoned cz they re TEENS gone were d days when pple played futball 4 passion Now it’s about money and trophy on other hand and in Arsenal both re lacking when a player isn’t gettn money at least he must get trophy so you dn’t blame the players that re leaving Nasri Fabregasand CO left and they ve won 1 trophy each with D assurance of more so wt’s D fuss all about

sr
sr
7 years ago

Sounds like someone has been acting the Big Man to impress a bunch of teenagers. Grow up man!

Abc
Abc
7 years ago

@harshil kachhawa
Statement of Love for Arsenal from fabregas was refusing to play for the Club he was captain at the time while nasri had no problem with playing even he was abused and booed. But fabregas was allowed to do this?
I think his behaviour allowed somehow do what van persie done in the summer.

Jenks
Jenks
7 years ago

A bit like when Nasri was sent off the other week…waited for a few of his mates so he would look the part otherwise wouldn’t have bothered.
Sad fan…sounds like the ticket pricing policy is attracting a hooray Henry type of fan eh?
“Pass the salt, my prawn sandwich needs seasoning”.

Arkadiy
Arkadiy
7 years ago

Are the people leaving comments on this site going to learn English, or what?

lee
lee
7 years ago

well theres a suprise . arsenal can have nasri back hes just like all southerners soft spoilt twats

fcArsenal
7 years ago

He is in a bracket of players who were more effective in the red of Arsenal.

Adebayor, Henry, Vieira, Anelka, Overmars, Petit, Hleb….

harshil kachhawa
harshil kachhawa
7 years ago

@Abc: Nasri played only one game for Arsenal that season against Liverpool.. And he was the worst performer in that game.. He lost the ball the most no of times that any other Arsenal player..

Abc
Abc
7 years ago

@harshil kachhawa
You’re entitled to your opinion. I don’t remember the game and how every single player played. But I guess being booed by your own fans doesn’t help you at all, does it?
That is correct, he played in only one league game that season. But also he played in pre season games in Asia. How about Fabregas?

tony the goooooner
tony the goooooner
7 years ago

what an absolute unmitigated disgrace for an arsena; “fan” to behave against an ex-player (and a very good one too) like that. toe-curlingly embarrassing to the nth degree. sad.

Randal Matis
Randal Matis
7 years ago

@Tony the gooner – mate how can you say that and almost sit there defending him. He doubled his wages in a 24m move to city, where he was overpayed and underperformed (much like most of the team I guess) and then had the audacity to say that the fans were not passionate since their move to the emirates. Arguably he WAS a great player at marsaille then arsenal where he refined his skills under the watchful eye of Wenger. But any hope of that is gone. 38 appearances this season not sure if he has had enough football to… Read more »

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