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Mesut Ozil questions Arsenal exclusion: ‘I used to be now not given an opportunity’ | Game

Mesut Ozil (Getty Images)


Mesut Ozil (Getty Images)

Midfielder Mesut Ozil can’t understand why he was left out
of the Arsenal side following the Premier League restart.

The 31-year-old has not played a single minute of football
for the Gunners since March and was expected to leave by next summer.

However, speaking in an interview with David Ornstein in The
Athletic, Ozil said that he had no intention of leaving the club before 2021
and reveals that he is unsure why Arteta has left him out in recent months.

“I can’t talk about my private conversations with the
coach,” Ozil told The Athletic. “But I can tell you I know my body
well. I was fit enough to play every game before the break and, apart from a
small injury, it was the same after.

“My daughter was born while we were off so maybe I was
not always sleeping perfectly, but this is normal. I actually had more energy
and excitement to play because of her.

“As a player, you sometimes have bad days and can’t
always be happy, especially if you’re not playing. When you know how good you
are and you know you’re not going to be picked, it’s hard to be at 100 per cent
and, of course, you can get disappointed.

“This is my profession, it’s what I love doing: being
on the pitch, playing matches, showing the people, helping the club and my
team.

“I fully respect the coach’s decision, but I believe
these things should mainly be decided on the pitch. After the restart, I wasn’t
given a chance to show what I can do.

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“You don’t play 10 games in a row if you’re unfit, not
good enough or don’t behave well. If I played these games badly and was then
left out completely for that reason then I might understand, but this was not
the case.”

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