Ex-Premier League player Nicklas Bendtner has been named the new brand ambassador for ComeOn Group. ComeOn Group is an online casino and sportsbook operator.

On the new partnership between ComeOn Group and Nicklas Bendtner, ComeOn Group director Berkay Reyhan told reporters that the company is delighted to have agreed a deal with a big personality like Bendtner.

Nicklas Bendtner started his professional career at Premier League club Arsenal and he went on to play for other teams like Juventus, VFL Wolfsburg, Sunderland, FC Copenhagen and Rosenborg. He scored 30 goals in 81 appearances during his time with the Denmark national team.

Bendtner Reveals Biggest Argument He Had With Former Manager Wenger

Former Arsenal striker Nicklas Bendtner was quite a handful and someone who dealing with him required some patience and effort. He was a controversial person and football player and always made it to the news at the slightest chance he got. From engaging in fierce Clashes in training with his fellow players to having a go at referees during football matches, he did it all.

One of the things he did that hardly made it to the media has now been released by the former striker, as he revealed the biggest argument he had with his former manager at Arsenal Arsene Wenger. He was speaking to FourFourTwo recently where he revealed that he tried to force a transfer away from the London club by throwing insults at his former manager.
In the interview, he said he called Wenger a wankster just to get him angry so he could be sold from Arsenal. The move however was not going to happen as he was allowed to remain at the club.


Ex-Arsenal striker Nicklas Bendtner has revealed that he had a confrontation with club legend Thierry Henry as a teenager. NicklasBendtner talked about his confrontation with Arsenal legend Thierry Henry while he was speaking with Steve Crossman of BBC Sport in a recent interview.

NicklasBendtner narrated how he had a confrontation with the great Thierry Henry in his book titled ‘Both Sides'. The Danish player detailed his experience as a professional football player in Both Sides. NicklasBendtner joined Arsenal at the age of 16 while he was one of the best football prospects on the European football scene and he was quickly promoted to train with the first team. He joined the Gunners from Copenhagen Boldklub in his native Denmark. As a matter of fact, NicklasBendtner signed his first professional contract at Arsenal in 2005 and went on to make his debut later that year. His first game for the Gunners against Sunderland in the League Cup.


Former Arsenal player Nicklas Bendtner was known for many of his off-field troubles, as well as the stirs he caused in the dressing room and around the club. The former Denmark international striker was battling with several personal issues that affected his professional career.

One of the various personal problems he battled with was gambling. He recently disclosed that he had a huge addiction to gambling and it took him quite a long time before he realized he was going to cause himself some harm if he continued.

Edu Gaspar says Mesut Ozil could still revive his Arsenal career

Arsenal technical director Edu Gaspar has said that Mesut Ozil could still have a role to play for the Gunners this term, if he is able to step up with his performances in training. The former Germany international was a regular starter under Mikel Arteta until the coronavirus shutdown. However, on the restart, he fell out-of-favour and did not make a single appearance over the course of the campaign.

Ozil has clearly stated that he has no plans of heading through the exit door until his contract expires in June 2021 and Edu has said that the attacker could return to contention until Arteta, provides he gives his best in training, he told Arsenal media: “We are talking of course about performance. Players with performance in training, the game, they are going to have opportunities because Mikel already showed that.

Lee Dixon heaps praise on Arsenal defender Kieran Tierney

Arsenal legend Lee Dixon has heaped praised on Kieran Tierney, who ended his debut season on a positive note. The Scotland international joined the north London giants from Celtic last summer but he did not make his debut in the Premier League until late October as he was recovering from a double hernia operation.

Papastathopoulos hopeful over new Arsenal deal for Aubameyang

Arsenal defender Sokratis Papastathopoulos is hopeful that Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang will put pen-to-paper on a new deal with the club. The Gabon international has only 12 months remaining on his contract with the north London giants and so far, there has not been any progress in terms of the renewal.

Mustafi speaks on Mikel Arteta’s relationship with Arsenal players

Germany international Shkodran Mustafi has revealed that manager Mikel Arteta has reunited the Arsenal squad since becoming the head coach in December. The north London side were in a disarray when the Spaniard took charge of the club but they have since sorted themselves and are unbeaten in the Premier League since the turn of the year.

Aubameyang insists he does not need trophies to prove successful

Arsenal captain Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has stressed that the lack of trophies won’t make him an unsuccessful striker. The Gabon international has netted 20 goals for the Gunners this season but he was recently guilty of squandering a late scoring chance as the club bowed out of the Europa League against Olympiacos at the round of 32 stage.

Ian Wright baffled by Unai Emery’s decision on Mesut Ozil

Arsenal legend Ian Wright has said that he has been baffled by Unai Emery’s decision to ignore Mesut Ozil during the opening stages of the Premier League season. The German star has made just two appearances since the start of the campaign and just one of those have come in the English top-flight.

As such, there is already speculation that Ozil could head through the exit door at the turn of the year and Wright is baffled with the situation surrounding the Gunners’ top earner, he told Premier League productions: “I want to see more offensive players on the pitch in positions where we’re going to be able to hurt teams. I don’t know what’s happened with Ozil, I’m not sure that we as a club can afford to have a player of that calibre, paying what they’re paying him, which is always going to be mentioned, not even in the squad, not even there at all. So that one baffles me.”


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