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Aliadiere Wants Arsenal Stay

Young Arsenal 'loanee', Jeremie Aliadiere, has vowed to make it with the North Londonn outfit when he returns in the summer.

Aliadiere has been dogged by injury since his arrival at Highbury, and has struggled to make it in the first team.

Now, however, Aliadiere, more than ever, wants to become an Arsenal regular.

'This has been a really hard time for me.

'I don't think going on loan has been good for me. I want to stay at Arsenal next season and try to break through.'

'Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger said to me he wants me to play to the maximum, even if it is in the Championship for three months, and to try to enjoy myself.

'If I could stay all my career at Arsenal I would be so happy'

'He told me that I had got another three years with Arsenal and said he did not want to let me go.'

The young Frenchman also revealed, it has never crossed his mind to go back to France in his Seven years at the club.

'I have never thought of going back to France and I always think that if I hadn't had my injuries I would be playing for Arsenal now,' he said.

'I love Arsenal and just want to play for them. If Arsene Wenger hadn't wanted to keep I wouldn't have signed that new contract for three years.

'I've been at Arsenal for seven years and if I could stay all my career I would be so happy.'




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Writer: Rocky7 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday February 20 2006

Time: 7:24PM

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He's been here for 7 years JESUS! He would be a really good player now IMO if he hadnt suffered all those Injuries! He could still be a good player for us.
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