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Leaving Arsenal Not An Issue

Leaving Arsenal Not An Issue

Seb Larsson has today said that leaving Arsenal wasn't as hard as many people would think.

'I just felt in the summer that I needed to move.

'Sure I could have stayed there and been in the background, you never know what's going to happen.

'But I have had that for two or three seasons now. I've played in the Carling Cup and been on the bench a few times.

'It was frustrating and I felt I had come to that age now where I had to play, be a regular somewhere.

'I didn't have any problems with leaving Arsenal. I had kind of let go in the summer.

'I'm happy the move's done and I'm here in Birmingham, and that I can settle down knowing where I am going to be for a while.

'I came here on loan to get first-team football and I've enjoyed it, and I feel as if I have developed here. I have taken the next step.

'When the opportunity came up to make the transfer permanent, we did so.'


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Date:Thursday February 8 2007
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Gooner here - Seba's a good lad, never really had much of an opportunity at Arsenal, but from what I've seen, he's performed consistently well for brum this season, he should hopefully prove a good performer for you... »»Arsene Knows««
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