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NEWCASTLE, Ben Arfa: "I would like to remain"

09.06.2012 08.29 by Marco Gori  read 1578
Source: http://www1.skysports.com
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Interviewed by L'Equipe, Newcastle attacking midfielder Hatem Ben Arfa has declared: "If I don't have a really very, very serious proposition, I will stay. If a big club comes but doesn't propose me something very exciting, which means the coach really wants me, I will stay. If I don't feel trust from the coach at 100 per cent, I will not leave. I have three years remaining on my contract. But I know it can go quickly".

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