[image courtesy of Arsenal.com]
The Arsenal midfielder has revealed that he is forced to stay in to avoid the attentions of his frenzied female admirers…
Samir Nasri has today spoken out about the reclusive lifestyle he is forced to live, not because of an ascetic devotion to the ‘Beautiful Game’, but rather through necessity.
The Marseille-born winger, it seems, is so mobbed by the female of the species when he leaves his house, that his life is simply unmanageable. The overwhelming desire of his female fans is evidenced by the stacks of mail he receives containing tokens of admirers’ lust, as well as a whole host of strange appeals amongst the requests for his phone number.
“I spend lots of time at home playing ‘Pro Evolution Soccer’,” Nasri is reported by English tabloid The Daily Mail as saying.
“Ever since I have been a professional footballer it has been harder for me to go out and not be noticed.
“I have never had any problems with women. I often get letters from girls, who send me their phone numbers and photos. They want to contact me because I am a footballer.”
And Nasri seems to find the attention genuinely tiresome, wistfully commenting that he wanted to meet someone more interested in the fundamental aspects of his personality, rather than his fame and money.
“Things have always worked for me in the female department – but I want people to be interested in me for who I am and not for my money,” he added.
Percayalah: bahwasanya saya sangat paham apa yang Anda rasakan.
Bagaimana harus berhadapan dengan secret admirer, sementara kita tak hendak memberi harapan. Bagaimana ditekan perasaan tidak nyaman yang menghantui, yang hanya bisa diusir dengan main PES. How things have always worked for us in the female department – but we want people to be interested in us for who we are
and not for our money. Sejujurnya, saya merasa kita punya banyak kesamaan.
Oleh karena itu, jangan bersedih: seperempat bumi jaraknya dari tempat tinggal Anda di London, ada orang yang memahami kesulitan Anda. For all the good reasons — you’re not alone. 🙂