Thursday, August 11, 2011

Neville: Fabregas-Nasri 'Cancer' For Arsenal

JAC Sport, London - Ex Manchester United captain, Gary Neville to comment on the transfer plan Cesc Fabregas and Samir Nasri. Problem transfer protracted Arsenal's two flagship likened by Neville like cancer.

Neville warned that the future of the Gunners players should be completed as soon as possible. "If a player has not wanted to stay at the club, then you must immediately complete the transfer. Usually, the players do not change your mind. "

"They usually have personal problems or his family had asked him to move. If this can not be resolved will be a 'cancer' for the club."

Fabregas has long wanted to move to Barcelona. While Nasri started to get closer to Manchester City. If they go, Neville questioned Arsenal's ability to finish in the top four of the Premier League final standings later.

"If you lose the Fab and Nasri, Could they finish in the top 4 major? If they do not replace them with players worth, I would be very surprised. They should use the fund's sale of players to buy players again, as well as investing. "

Wenger vs Ferguson

Ex England right-back was to compare the problems facing the Arsenal manager, Arsène Wenger with Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson. "Over the past 25 years, Sir Alex Ferguson also had a problem like that. Like Andrei Kanchelskis and several other players who want to migrate. However, Ferguson could finish it properly. "

"The condition is increasingly difficult in modern football for managers. However, Ferguson is very experienced and very good control. "

For the case of Fabregas and Nasri, both tend to be closed. According to Neville, both of these players to behave well because they still respect the club and Wenger.

Further Neville, Fabregas though praising the professionalism since last season already wanted to leave Arsenal. According to him, Fabregas became one of the instruments are very good for the Gunners when making passes (passing). "Arsenal is now the sport is great as the strongest team I've ever opponents in 1998."

Wenger is now indeed in a great pressure since the present in England in 1996. But Neville believes Arsenal will make a mistake if demanded he resign.

"Arsenal need a trophy, it's everything for the club. False if it should replace Arsène Wenger. He was one of the best managers, "said Neville.

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