Arsenal: West Ham's Chamakh Acts As Bodyguard To Manchester City's Nasri

On his way to the Emirates Stadium on Sunday, Nasri came under plenty of abuse from Arsenal fans. Cue Chamakh to come in and save the day for his former Gunners teammate.
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On his way to the Emirates Stadium on Sunday, Nasri came under plenty of abuse from Arsenal fans. Cue Chamakh to come in and save the day for his former Gunners teammate.

It's understandable to show an irrational hatred for a player that has left your team for their greatest rivals, such is the case between Sol Campbell and Tottenham Hotspur fans. Yet, while Samir Nasri left Arsenal for Manchester City under somewhat quarrelsome terms, it hardly warrants the abuse he receives from Gunners fans. He wanted to leave the Emirates Stadium to win trophies and picked up his Premier League winners' medal after his first season at the Etihad Stadium. Nevertheless, supporters still bear a grudge towards the scheming Frenchman and it took the swift actions of West Ham United loanee West Ham United to ensure that things didn't escalate all too quickly.

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