Laurent Koscielny Includes Stoke’s Britannia Stadium Among His Biggest Dislikes

Laurent Koscielny Includes Stoke’s Britannia Stadium Among His Biggest Dislikes

Laurent Koscielny includes Stoke‘s Britannia Stadium among the biggest dislikes in his life.

The Arsenal defender appears in French newspaper L’Equipe today and reveals his likes and dislikes.

Among the likes are spending time with his kids, Gunners fans singing his song at games and eating rabbit with his mum’s mustard.

Koscielny’s dislikes are better – including giblets (what?) and right-hand wheel driving in the UK.

But the best inclusion is Stoke’s Britannia Stadium as apparently it’s too exposed to the wind for the French defender:

It shouldn’t really come as a surprise considering the issues Arsenal have faced away at Stoke over recent seasons.

Koscielny was appearing in the paper after playing an important role in France’s successful group phase at Euro 2016.

Didier Deschamps’ men made the last 16 of the competition with a game to spare and went on to end the stage top of the group with seven points from three matches.

He’s now busy preparing for their clash on Sunday, where they will meet one of the best third-placed teams.

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