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Nasri launches tirade at French journalist


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By Gary-Jay Bourley

Sunday 24 June 2012

The Daily Mail are reporting that French midfielder Samir Nasri has reacted angrily towards journalists after France were knocked out of Euro 2012 by Spain last night.



When prompted for a quote he responded with a verbal tirade filled with expletives. He said:


“You are looking for s***, you are looking for trouble’ adding: “F*** you” when the reporter in question replied to Nasri’s initial reaction by telling him to “get lost.”


The Manchester City player went on to invite the reporter to a ‘man-to-man’ conversation following more abusive language.


Nasri was a second half substitute in the quarter-final, failing to make much of an impact in a game where France lacked a creative touch. They eventually lost 2-0 and emotions were visibly high from a dejected French side.


However, this is not the first time the former Arsenal man has been involved in such a situation. He told members of the media to ‘shut up’ following the 1-1 draw with England in which he scored the equalizer.


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