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Arsenal Player To Leave In January?

Arsenal Player To Leave In January?

Jeremie Aliadiere has admitted if things haven't picked up for him by January then he will consider leaving and although he would prefer to stay, his career is more important.

Aliadiere's career has been blighted by injury and everytime he seems to be on the brink of making a place his own he suffers a set back and is overtaken by other players or pushed back down the order by the latest signing.

'I'm just going to do my best until January and then I'll see, I'm 23 and I'm still young and I want play every week.' said Jeremie

'I'm back at Arsenal, which is what I always wanted, but I thought I'd have played more and I'm disappointed.'

'I understand there is a lot of competition at Arsenal and I love the club. I don't want to leave but my career is more important.'

'I worked really hard in the pre-season and in the games I've played this season I've scored in the reserves as well as the Carling Cup,' added Aliadiere.

'I'm ready to play, but the manager hasn't given me the opportunity.'

'I want to stay in England and I want to stay in the Premiership.'

For me there is no hard feelings towards the player, he has given his all in his performances but I feel his efforts are in vein.

When he leaves, and I believe he will, I wish him more luck than he has had at Arsenal.

Click here to join in the debate on the club forum.

Date:Wednesday November 1 2006
Time: 12:08PM


wenger will do the business and get him to stay... I hope.
01/11/2006 12:53:00
To be honest I'm not too bothered either way. I know it's not his fault but he's not exactly a player that we would miss!!
01/11/2006 13:16:00
I think he's really worth a chance this year. I would hate it if we let him go without letting him have a go in the first team from the bench. He's knuckled down, scored in the reserves and the carling cup and he certainly has the talent. All I will say is that, while I understand his frustration, these comments are best made in the manager's office and not in the media.
Little Dutch
01/11/2006 13:35:00
he IS worth a chance, but i think it a little presumptuous and premature of him to be bemoaning his lack of first team opportunities so far this season - it is the first time that he's been free of injury for about 2 years! Wait for your chance mr aliadiere, arsene obviously thinks you're worth it, or he'd have got rid of you by now... »»Arsene Knows««
01/11/2006 13:55:00
i have to agree with rocky, i think he is trouble and too big for his boots, i think Vela and Lupoli are much better talent wise. In all his loan moves he never lit the place up and seemed to return early after a few disagreements, although he looks stronger, if he was gonna stake a claim he should of done it against everton or moscow.
02/11/2006 11:18:00
agree not good enough we have a lot of young talented strikers out on loan doing the business.
02/11/2006 12:53:00
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