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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff
Oct 9, 2013

Squillaci 'not annoyed' with Wenger

Sebastien Squillaci insists he holds no grudge against Arsene Wenger despite his Arsenal failing to lift off.

Sebastien Squillaci has slipped down the pecking order at Arsenal
Squillaci failed to impress at Arsenal.

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Squillaci, 33, returned to France this summer on a season-long contract with Bastia after three years in north London where he fell out of the first-team frame.

After making 22 Premier League appearances in his maiden campaign having joined from Sevilla in summer 2010, the Frenchman featured in only one more top-flight game in his next two seasons in England.

However, the centre-back told RMC that particular chapter of his career did not necessarily make painful reading.

"I'm not disappointed by my time at Arsenal. I played a lot at the start, less after that. It was difficult, but it was an experience. In sporting terms, it was complicated, but I didn't give up and bounced back.

"I'm not particularly annoyed with Wenger. It's part of the game. It's a big club and there's competition for places. At a given moment in time, I wasn't good. It's now in the past."

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