Samir Nasri (Marseille, June 26, 1987) is a French exfutbalist who played as a midfielder.
Nasri is known for its technical ability, your creativity, rhythm and ability to read the game. It is described as a player whose vision and imagination makes it an unpredictable opponent. Your style of play, skill and cultural descent have Born compared to the French legend Zinedine Zidane.
Nasri began the football career of him playing for local clubs of his Natal Marseille. At 9 years of age, Nasri joined Olympique de Marseille and spent the next seven years developing at the Club Youth Academy at the Commandiere, the Club Training Center. In the 2004-05 season, Nasri made the professional debut of him in September 2004 at the age of 17 against the Sochaux. In the next season, he became a regular holder and also participated in a European competition for the first time in his race, playing the 2005-06 edition of the UEFA Cup. In the 2006-07 season, Nasri won the Best Young Player Award for the Year by the National Union of Professional Footballers and was also included in the French League Year team. Nasri finished his race at Marseille, accumulating more than 160 appearances. Nasri was also part of the teams that reached two consecutive finals of France Cup in 2006 and 2007.
In June 2008 he joined a team of the Premier League of England, Arsenal F. C., signing a 4-year contract. Nasri reached the prominence with this team in its third season, winning the Month s player award for the Association of Professional Footballers (PFA) on three occasions and being included in the team of the year. In December 2010 he was elected as the French footballer of the year by the magazine France Football thanks to his performance during that year. In August 2011, after three seasons with the Arsenal, Nasri joined Manchester City, with which he signed A 4-year contract. In his first season with the club, he won the first important trophy of him as a player when obtaining the 2011-12 Premier League title.
Nasri has been a player of the French team from the juvenile categories and has represented the nation of him at all levels for which he was eligible. Before playing with the older selection, he played in the sub-17 team who won the European Sub-17 Championship of 2004. Nasri made his international debut with the Major Selection in March 2007 in a friendly against Austria. Two months later, he marked him first international goal when France defeated Georgia 1-0 in the 2008 EUROCOPA ranking. Nasri has represented France in two major international championships, the Eurocup 2008 and Euro 2012.
Away from the determining topic around the five Corona Falls Florian Müller, Fabian Bredlow, Waldemar Anton, Roberto Massimo and Erik Thommy, the VFB Stuttgart had to announce another bad news on Wednesday.
Enzo Millot, come from the AS Monaco in the summer for 1.5 million euros, has drawn on Tuesday in training an interior band outline in the right knee, which is treated conservative, so without surgery, and it will cost him by course about six weeks downtime. This is a bitter message, says sport director Sven Mislinat, who attests the 19-year-old midfielder with the back number 8, worked up his training residue from the summer. He was physically last on a good way. Now he has to wait for some time before he can get back into team training.
Matarazzo over Millot: Not so constant yet
On the 2nd and 3rd matchday at the 0: 4 in Leipzig and at the 2: 3 against Freiburg, Millot had already come to Bundesliga short actions, but had not been able to go on impose for further playing time and has since only twice for VfB II in the Regionalliga on.
Enzo still has ups and downs, explained Pellegrino Matarazzo at that time. When he puts his potential in performance and that it can act on the game if he can retrieve the constant, increase his application chances. Currently he is not so constant. However, that s completely normal, said the VFB head coach. New Team, New Land, New Situation. He needs some time. Now Millot needs time to get back to healthy and fit.