Funny momment after the worldcup =P
Vonfuzzball posted on Jul 13, 2010 3:21:55 PM - Report post
Well at least he will get regular games at Arsenal, chances are that Barcelona won't play him nearly as regularly.
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He had one good season at Arsenal. One. Other then that he has been fairly average. Not nearly as good of a player as he thinks he is.
And he's an idiot for going. If he is not going to get chosen over Iniesta and Xavi for the world cup, why would Span be any different?
Honestly, I hope he goes. I haven't liked Fabregas for quite some time and I won't have to see him so often if he plays abroad.
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sabinboy posted on Jul 13, 2010 11:02:45 PM - Report post
originally posted by Night-Ghost
Soccer fans would understand this.
Comments? Running away from his destiny? =P
No really. I think it's a sign that he's changing teams this summer.
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Toastman posted on Jul 14, 2010 9:45:14 AM - Report post
I have no clue about the significance of this act. Is it some sort of sacrificial thing? Will the great gods of soccer now have this young player for dessert?
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Evanscense posted on Jul 14, 2010 9:51:26 AM - Report post
Cesc will be the victim in all of this. Barcelona needed to take a loan to pay its players for June and Arsenal has no obligation to sell its star player, who has 5 years to run on his contract, for less than his market value. So Barca can engage in all the disgraceful stunts and media sniping it likes, but ultimately a deal looks unlikely.
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Night-Ghost posted on Jul 14, 2010 9:12:43 PM - Report post
Cesc is Xavi's replacment. They could share the RM until Xavi retires or stops playing good, then Cesc has it all. Why was Fabregas chosen? His play type is really really similar to Xavi's.
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