Former Chelsea midfielder Cesc Fabregas has had his say on his former teammate Andreas Christensen. The defender has been linked with a move away from Chelsea, with Barcelona being named as his likely destination. The former Blues midfielder believes that the Danish defender would benefit from adding an element of gamesmanship to his Arsenal. Fabregas spent five years at Stamford Bridge, winning two Premier League titles. two domestic cups and a Europa League during his time in west London.
A new record has been set for Arsenal midfielder Emile Smith-Rowe after the two-cap England international matched the 12-year record of Cesc Fabregas. Spanish international Cesc Fabregas joined North London giants Arsenal as a teenager from La Liga team Barcelona and he was in the club's Academy before being promoted to the first team by legendary manager Arsene Wenger.
Emile Smith-Rowe is the leading goalscorer in the Arsenal team this season and he took his tally to ten goals in all competitions last weekend to match the record of Cesc Fabregas. He is the first Arsenal Academy graduate to score ten goals in all competitions for the Gunners since Fabregas managed the feat in 2010.
Ex-Premier League star Cesc Fabregas was highly critical of centre referee Stuart Atwell for his performance during the first league game of this year in the English top flight. The first game of 2022 in the Premier League was the controversial clash between hosts Arsenal and Manchester City.
Cesc Fabregas was adamant that the referee should not have awarded a second half penalty to Manchester City in what was the turning point of the game. He was criticised by Cesc Fabregas via his official Twitter handle.
AS Monaco midfielder Cesc Fabregas has praised the impact of Aston Villa manager Steven Gerrard since his appointment last month. Cesc Fabregas made this known via his official Twitter handle while he was watching the Premier League clash between hosts Aston Villa and Chelsea earlier this week. The midfielder has been impressed with the work that Gerrard has done at Villa Park since he was made their new manager in the place of the sacked Dean Smith.
Cesc Fabregas was impressed with the performance of Aston Villa against Chelsea despite the fact that Gerrard was not on the sidelines after he tested positive for Covid-19. The Ex-Arsenal and Chelsea midfielder tweeted that Villa are a well drilled unit under Gerrard who has now overseen seven Premier League games. Gerrard has been on the sidelines in six of those seven games.
Ex-Chelsea and Arsenal midfielder Cesc Fabregas has revealed the reason behind the numerous successes achieved by German tactician Thomas Tuchel since he became the Chelsea manager in the first month of this year.
Chelsea appointed Tuchel as their new manager in January 2020 following the dismissal of club legend Frank Lampard from the position after a poor run in the league.
AS Monaco midfielder Cesc Fabregas has reluctantly hailed the appointment of Antonio Conte as the new Tottenham Hotspur manager. Cesc Fabregas has affirmations with Spurs rivals namely Arsenal and Chelsea having played for both London teams in the Premier League, but that didn't stop him from taking to his official Twitter account to tweet about his opinion on the Conte appointment revealed at the start of the week.
Cesc Fabregas played under Conte for two years at Chelsea before the Italian tactician was sacked in the summer of 2018 with one year left on his then existing deal at Stamford Bridge.
Jack Wilshere has revealed the influence of Cesc Fabregas while he was the Arsenal skipper over a decade ago. Jack Wilshere talked about AS Monaco midfielder Fabregas as his best mate at Arsenal when he was on British radio TalkSPORT recently. According to him, Fabregas was vocal as the Arsenal captain and that he was the dressing room.
Cesc Fabregas won two trophies during his time at Arsenal. The AS Monaco spent eight years with the Gunners from 2003 to 2011 having moved to the North London club as a teenager. Cesc Fabregas signed for Arsenal from Catalan giants Barcelona.
Former Chelsea midfielder Cesc Fabregas has hailed the instant impact Romelu Lukaku has had since sealing his return to the club, commending the big Belgian star, and tipping him to be a huge success for the Blues this season. Lukaku made a sensational return to Stamford Bridge after leaving Italian Serie A giants Inter Milan this summer following a richly successful campaign that saw him propel the club to their first league title in a long time under Italian manager Antonio Conte, who was responsible for the signing of Lukaku from English Premier League giants Manchester United back in the summer transfer window of 2018.
Barcelona youngster Pedri is under the spotlight after his exploits for both his club and country this season. The young midfielder had a long season after playing in several competitions including La Liga, club cup games, the Champions League, as well as the Euros and the Olympic games for Spain. He played across 73 games in all competitions this season and many people have questioned why he was not allowed to get some rest in between those competitions and whether it will not affect him later in his career. After playing in the final of the Olympics but unfortunately unable to help his team win gold, he was asked if he will be taking a holiday but insisted that he will do whatever Barca want him to.