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Nasri's girlfriend in Twitter attack on Deschamps

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Anara Atanes demanded that Didier Deschamps show her boyfriend Samir Nasri "respect" © Getty Images
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Samir Nasri's girlfriend has launched an expletive-laden attack on Didier Deschamps after the France manager omitted the Manchester City forward from his World Cup squad.

British model Anara Atanes labelled Deschamps a "s*** manager", demanding that he show "respect" to Nasri in a series of angry Tweets.

"F*** france and f*** Deschamps! What a s*** manager!" she said.

Nasri, who lifted his second Premier League trophy with Manchester City on Sunday, was banned for three matches by the French FA after ranting at reporters during France's ill-fated Euro 2012 campaign. The 26-year-old has played for his country just six times since that tournament and in a recent interview appeared resigned to watching this year's World Cup on television.

"I think the dye is cast. I respect [Didier Deschamps'] choice. I'll watch the World Cup on TV," Nasri told French television channel Canal+. "If starting games in a club like Manchester City and winning two titles isn't enough, too bad, I won't regret anything."

Atanes appeared with Nasri after the final whistle at the Emirates Stadium on Sunday after City secured their second Premier League in three years with a 2-0 win over West Ham. Nasri scored the opener as City took the victory they needed to finish two points clear of Liverpool at the top of the table.

And although his girlfriend admitted to looking forward to spending her summer holidays in his company, Nasri attempted to quell her anger with a philosophical message:

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