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Better late than never.
Last year, after some nine years at the club, Laurent Koscielny left Arsenal and committed to Bordeaux until 2024. During his presentation video, the native of Tulle then appeared dressed in the jersey of the Gunners , which he had then withdrawn without qualms, to make way for that of the Girondins. This scene had provoked the ire of Arsenal supporters thus seeing their former captain get rid (too) easily in their eyes of nine years of shared history.
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In an interview with Téléfoot, the player 35-year-old returned to this controversial presentation: “ I spent nine great years at Arsenal and I have a lot of memories with this club. I know that the supporters make my head a bit over my video presentation here in Bordeaux. With that, I wanted to apologize because I didn't think I could touch them like that, the wrong way. »
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