Arsenal will regret letting Sagna go

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Why yesterday was a sad day for Arsenal

Date: 5th May 2014 at 12:17pm
Written by Ben Coldwell

As Arsenal completed their final Premier League home game of the season, beating West Brom at walking pace, the Gunners’ fans took the opportunity to audibly acknowledge the contribution of one particular member of the side. More than once during the game, and while the players undertook their traditional close-season lap of honour, they were serenaded by the supporters with cries of ‘Bacary Sagna, we want you to stay’. Arsenal’s ever-present right-back led the team as they saluted the fans after the match, in what appeared to be a symbolic gesture that the contract which has been tabled for him by the club, will remain that way. Unsigned and, ultimately, unwanted. In another performance typical of all Sagna’s qualities as a player, he was awarded with the man-of-the-match award by, achieving a 7.93 match rating. He had more touches than any other player while making seven clearances, three interceptions, and winning six aerial duels. Attacking-wise he was also effective, creating ... Read More


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