Bacary Sagna launches a fierce attack on former teammates of Arsenal and reveals that he has stopped because they are "too at ease"

Bacary Sagna launches a fierce attack on former teammates of Arsenal and reveals that he has stopped because they are "too at ease"

BACARY SAGNA has launched a fierce attack on his former team-mates of Arsenal to be "too comfortable".
The French defender, 35, said that the lack of ambition led to his decision to join Manchester City in 2014.
Getty – Contributor The former Arsenal defender, Bacary Sagna, has launched a vicious attack against his former teammates, Sagna, who has made over 200 appearances for the Gunners during his seven years of experience at North London.
But talking about his time with Arsenal, he said: "The Arsenal players felt too comfortable, that's why I left the club.
"At some point in your career you have to get out of that comfort zone if you want to move on.
"If you rejoice in that kind of routine you risk losing everything.
Jamie McPhilimey – The Sun Bacary Sagna joined the Gunners in 2007 from Auxerre and spent seven years with the club "L & # 39; Arsenal has all it takes to succeed, is based in London and has excellent facilities and a large stadium.
"But the players have to show more desire in the field.
"Arsenal can beat anyone, but in recent times he has been capable of the worst performances along with the best.
"A page has changed and Emery is the right choice to bring the club.

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Action Pictures – Reuters The defender believes the club could have lost everything because of their mentality "He has faced strong pressure in Paris Saint-Germain and will have a similar situation to Arsenal.
"Everyone will be expected to rebuild the club quickly."
Sagna says that Emery is the right man for the job, but believes that Arsene Wenger deserves more respect from the fans.
He said: "The fans went too far with Arsene.
Reuters Bacary Sagna was full of praise for the new Arsenal boss Unai Emery "He made them proud for 21 years, then some of them hired planes to beat banners that called his resignation during the games.
"He built the club and developed English football.
"He had a difficult year and people celebrated when he announced his departure." I was surprised.
"But the fans should have been more grateful for what they did for the club."
Sagna has now joined the MLS Montreal Impact team with a three-month contract after a brief period with Benevento.
Reuters fans waved banners above the ground before Arsene Wenger was axUnai Emery says Arsenal is excited and ambitious before the start of the season

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