Samir Nasri (on loan at Sevilla)

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  1. Dipsis_LTU_MC

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    In terms of natural ability he's even better than Merlin but his mentality lets him down. He can't take on a leadership role, he hasn't got "the balls". His ability to control the ball in tight spaces is unbelievable though.
     
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  3. Ban-jani

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    I get the mentality point totally and he's a very talented player but he's nowhere near Silva in terms of vision, control, passing range, tackling etc. I do get the point your making but his natural ability isn't on par with DeBruyne, nevermind Silva. Spanish Dave has the best technique of any City midfielder that's ever lived.

    I spoke to a Sevilla fan the other week when I was in London and he described Nasri as being "okay mostly, really good sometimes but goes missing a lot". Sounds like he's never really reached his potential and I put that down to being a bit of a little bitch to be brutally honest. Still I enjoyed his time with us and he contributed a lot to some glorious moments so I wish him all the best.
     
  4. This is all Nasri cares about:
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    He doesn't give a fuck about:
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  5. CityAcrossThePond

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    For me, Nasri has so much potential - hard to say where he'd rank among the best if he simply applied himself.

    Is Nasri potentially better than Silva? - for me, very much yes. But that's the problem - it's potential only. Would I prefer Silva in our side instead of Nasri - hell yes!

    For whatever reason, Samir is emotionally/mentally handicapped - can't apply himself, can't get along with team mates. Very sad - almost certainly Nasri has had a traumatic childhood.
     
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    Thankfully,that image of a big pair of hairy bollocks isn't displaying.
     
  7. worsleyweb

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    Looks well out of shape on his recently holiday.
     
  8. Tevez City

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    I hope he stays ( I know there is no chance that it will happen )

    I just think its good to have KDB, Silva, Bernardo & Nasri competing for two poistions in the middle.
     
  9. karen7

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    Manchester City could be stuck with Samir Nasri, who is the subject of a UEFA probe into an alleged breach of doping rules. [@MikeKeegan_DM]

    If Nasri is found to be in breach of anti-doping rules, he could face a ban of up to four years - more likely to be two. [@MikeKeegan_DM]
     
  10. schfc6

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    Doubt we'll be stuck with him.
    He'd doubtless be in breech of contract and terminated. He may even be sued like like Mutu was.
     
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