Samir Nasri

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  1. nimrod

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    I LOVE Turkey, the food, the weather, the women, the culture....
     
  2. better dead than red

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    Why? Maybe he doesn't want to kick start his career anymore? Perhaps he's happy playing up to 60-70% of his potential in a warm climate, making a good, not astronomical, and being a star.
     
  3. better dead than red

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    Great. You'll have my spot there. :)
     
  4. KS55

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    Who is Samir Nasri?
     
  5. City health warning

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    Mexican League is not the worst of leagues in terms of lifestyle, but I think he can still do a job in a Europe.
     
  6. better dead than red

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    He probably could, no doubt.
     
  7. ChicagoBlue

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    He’s never going hit the heights again, and if he thinks he is going into semi-retirement in the Mexican League, he has another think coming. However, he would struggle to find a better place for an excellent quality of inexpensive life. However, most Brits think of Mexico as all beaches and tequila, but Tigres is a long loooong way from the beach!!!
     
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  8. better dead than red

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    Not near the beach but, imo, Monterrey is beautiful! Mexican teams usually defend pretty well.
     
  9. jay laruja

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    Such a shame that he didn't stay. His ball-retention would make Pep salivate.
     

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