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19th Apr 2011 Bacary Sagna inspires millions as a Grassroot Soccer Ambassador

Bacary Sagna supporting Grassroot SoccerBacary Sagna recently joined Grassroot Soccer as an ambassador.

Bacary had this to say: “In Africa soccer is like a religion. I see that Grassroot Soccer is using the power of the game to improve the lives of many young people across Africa. I am African and I play the beautiful game. So I am very excited to be part of the Grassroot Soccer team”.

Grassroot Soccer, an international non-profit, uses the power of the game to educate, inspire and empower young people to live healthy and productive lives.

Please visit the Grassroot Soccer website to learn more about the Charity and to make a donation.

By making a donation you will also be entered into a draw to receive a signed Bacary Sagna football shirt.


26th Jan 2011 Bacary Sagna now on Twitter!

Bacary Sagna on TwitterBacary Sagna has now joined his Arsenal team-mates and joined the world of Twitter. His official tweet-name is: @sagnaofficial. Within 6 hours Sagna had over 30,000 followers! Wow.!/Sagnaofficial

cesc4official: Welcome to my good friend Bacary Sagna @sagnaofficial. He joins the the twitter family with bruise on his head and nose! Take care of him!!!

jack_wilshere: Mr Consistant is now on Twitter, Follow Bacary Sagna

Persie_Official: A warm welcome to my friend @Sagnaofficial with a very strong head... haha thank god he's fine after yesterday!!!


26th Jan 2011 Bacary Sagna 'well and in good spirits'

Following last night’s match when Bacary Sagna was substituted in the 18th minute, after receiving a blow to the head in a collision with Wojciech Szczesny, Bacary was taken to hospital as a precautionary measure.

After staying in hospital overnight for observation, Bacary has now been discharged and overall is well and in good spirits.

Team news ahead of Sunday’s FA Cup Fourth-Round tie against Huddersfield Town will feature on on Thursday.


22nd Jan 2011 Sagna - Wembley date extra-special for me

Bacary Sagna missed the first leg of the Carling Cup Semi-Final - and he intends to help Arsenal make amends against Ipswich Town.

The France right back could start the second leg against the Championship outfit at Emirates Stadium on Tuesday and he is determined to secure a trip to Wembley in February.

Subscribers can now watch an exclusive pre-match interview with Bacary on Arsenal TV Online.


8th Aug 2010 Legia Warsaw 5-6 Arsenal

Bacary Sagna and the rest of the Arsenal team completed their pre-season campaign by pulling off an audacious comeback to win 6-5 in a crazy game at Legia Warsaw on Saturday.

The match saw the official opening of the Polish side's new stadium and the home fans revelled in the party atmosphere early on as their team sailed into a 3-0 lead in the opening 36 minutes.

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8th Aug 2010 Sagna - Consistency the key to title push

Bacary Sagna insists Arsenal can win the title this season - but only if they maintain their consistency throughout the campaign.

The French right back is still waiting for his first trophy since moving to Emirates Stadium in the summer of 2007 but he has come close a couple of times, playing his part in title pushes in 2008 and last season.

On both occasions Arsenal's challenge petered out in April but Sagna thinks Arsène Wenger's squad can get it right this term.

“Yes we can win it. I’m 100 per cent confident," declared the Frenchman.

"It will be down to us now. We have a good team and some new players. We have an amazing team and play good football. We just need to be more consistent and to be a bit more focused on the pitch.”

The usual suspects of Chelsea and Manchester United are expected to be there or thereabouts in the title race while Liverpool will be looking to bounce back from a poor 2009/10 campaign. There's a big buzz around Manchester City too after a summer of heavy investment but Sagna is not concerned by their spending power.

"They have bought a lot of good players and they will be hard to beat but we are still Arsenal, we play good football and just want to continue to play as we are now," he said.

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