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lamina (Arsenal) says...

If Sagna wants to leave, let him leave! Any player who wants to go can follow him. What is it with footballers?

Posted 11:36pm 11th February 2014

gunner14 (Arsenal) says...

No I was just suggesting driving Sagna to the airport....he's been average at best in many games this season...constantly out of many goals against us come from the left side of midfield cos Sagna has gone forward to help the attack (good thing) but not tracked back when we lose possession (bad thing).

Posted 11:05pm 8th February 2014

paulino971 (Arsenal) says...

sagna may have been poor but so was the whole team: are you suggesting we should drive the entire squad to the airport??? it was a woeful collective effort, quite incomprehensible at that, but i'm confident sagna is not the problem.

Posted 7:24pm 8th February 2014

gunner14 (Arsenal) says...

I'm on my way to pick Sagna up...what airport does he want to go to? Embarrassing today and a shambles in many games this season. Always out of position.

Posted 6:33pm 8th February 2014

Jay_D says...

After that performance, the only thing we should be offering Sagna is a half eaten corn on the cob and a used cotton swap, take it or leave it. Dreadful.

Posted 3:03pm 8th February 2014

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