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Samir Nasri so glad to be West Ham player after ban he feared was career-ending

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Samir Nasri feared he would never play football again after an 18-month anti-doping ban left him on the verge of depression.

But as West Ham ’s paroled Frenchman enjoyed a winning return against former club Arsenal – with an asterisk against his name – in his first Premier League appearance for two-and-a-half years, Nasri ignored the taunts and counted his blessings.

Of course.He’s probably our best player.

Emery thought they would cope at West Ham with £350,000-a-week Mesut Ozil not even in the squad and Lucas Torreira, their best player this season, on the bench.

“I thought I’d lost it at some point, that I would never play football again.

We didn’t keep Dimi Payet when he was our best player at the time, and I’m hoping this one works out a bit different, but the money in China is a different kettle of fish.”

But today I just try to enjoy every moment because I have a second chance.
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