Nicholas: Xhaka has no Arsenal future

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Former Arsenal forward Charlie Nicholas thinks Granit Xhaka needs to control his anger and does not expect the club captain to feature for Unai Emery’s side again

Former Arsenal forward Charlie Nicholas thinks Granit Xhaka needs to control his anger and does not expect the club captain to feature for Unai Emery’s side again

Granit Xhaka’s “atrocious” behaviour means it would be a surprise if he played for Arsenal again, according to the club’s former striker Charlie Nicholas.
Arsenal will meet with captain Xhaka in the next few days to discuss his angry reaction to being substituted during Sunday’s 2-2 home draw with Crystal Palace.Problems mounting for EmeryArsenal officials to hold Xhaka talksArsenal 2-2 Crystal Palace – Match report and highlightsUnai Emery said following the match that “now is the time to stay calm” and while Xhaka faces an anxious wait to learn his fate, Nicholas – who spent four and a half years with Arsenal – believes the Switzerland international should not play for the club again. Xhaka reacts to the crowd after being substituted by Unai Emery during their game against Crystal Palace “The sympathy is not with the reaction, the sympathy is with him being nominated captain by his fellow team-mates,” Nicholas told Sky Sports.”The manager let the players take the responsibility and it’s all been evident that Arsenal have struggled to find a natural leader within the group. He is obviously popular within the dressing room.Liverpool-Arsenal, Chelsea-Utd live on Sky Liverpool vs Arsenal October 30, 2019, 7:00pm Live on “He’s obviously a team player in some category but the actions that we saw on Sunday are just unacceptable. Xhaka may be current captain but I don’t think he will be captain anymore after what he did at the weekend. The fact that he didn’t instantly apologise to the fans about his behaviour tells you that he’s probably upset and angry. Nicholas says Xhaka has no future at

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