Writer: Brice Coffer
Date:Sunday July 5 2009
Our new poll at Vital Arsenal asks you what is Samir Nasri's best position at Arsenal.
Since his move across the Strait of Dover, the young Frenchman has played in a variety of positions for the Gunners, including both left and right midfielder, attacking midfielder, and defensive mid. With the arrival of Andrey Arshavin, the possible return of Rosicky, and competition from Walcott, much debate has ensued about where Nasri should be played next season. He started out on the wing and instantly made an impact against FC Twente and West Brom. Then in January, with Arsenal ruing the injury to our captain and offensive heartbeat Cesc Fabregas, Wenger pushed Nasri forward to try and fill the obvious void in Arsenal's play. In March, with the sensational emergence of Arshavin, Arsene once again switched Samir's position, but this time he was moved back to defensive midfielder. With all the movement, it's clear Wenger isn't sure where to put his big name signing from last summer, but I feel we find out next season.
So I ask you, where do you think Nasri will thrive next year? Vote in the poll to your right, or better yet, register and debate with other members on the articles and forum. With a constantly growing membership of over 4700, Vital Arsenal is the perfect place to debate all things Gooner. Make your voice heard! All the cool people are doing it ;)
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Date:Sunday July 5 2009
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