Cesc Fabregas Provides Reasons for Arsenal Fans to Be Excited

Anyone who believes Arsenal aren’t the real deal in the Premier League right now is probably living under a rock. Arsenal have been “too much” for other Premier League clubs.

Only Manchester United have beaten Arsenal this season; the other 13 teams, with the exception of Southampton (who fought to a draw), have been defeated.

In an interview with The Sunday Times, Cesc Fabregas discussed Arsenal. He admitted that trusting Mikel Arteta even when he could have been fired has never been more justified than this season.

Fabregas said, “If we had listened to certain people at a time when Arsenal finished eighth and not doing that well, then maybe Mikel wouldn’t be there. But they gave him the time that was needed to develop his own style, his own players coming in, making his own thing.”

On the PL title and Arsenal’s chances, he hinted they are on the right path, saying, “Mikel was my teammate, and he helped me a lot when I was very young; he knows the game properly. They haven’t won anything yet, but they are definitely going in the right way.”

What a time to be a Gunner. Who would have thought Arsenal would return so quickly to a point where the league title is theirs to lose?

Sam P

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17 Comments

    1. Fabregas: “Mikel was my teammate, and he helped me a lot when I was very young; he knows the game properly. They haven’t won anything yet, but they are definitely going in the right way.”

      1. Teammates at La Masia academy:
      * Mikel Arteta joined Barcelona aged 15, but never played a single senior match for Barcelona. Instead, he was offloaded to Rangers in 2002 following a one-year loan at Paris Saint-Germain.
      * Fabregas trained at La Masia for six years from 1997 to 2003 before making the bold move to Arsenal in 2003, believing his chances would be limited at the Nou Camp.

      2. Not Arsenal teammates:
      On 15 August 2011, Barcelona signed Fàbregas for an initial fee of €29 million with a further €5 million in variables, plus Fàbregas would pay Arsenal €1 million a year from his wage for five years,
      Arteta signed with Arsenal on 31 August 2011 on a four-year deal for a reported fee of £10 million from Everton.

        1. Yea I’m stumped as the snake left and Arteta was his replacement after that 8-2 drubbing .
          I’ve wiki it and I see at no time or any team that they were teammates .

          1. Yep, Wenger brought in about 5 players on deadline day iirc and Mikel was one of them. People on SM gave Nasri a lot of stick for leaving, but at least he went the right way in getting his transfer, plus he played for us right up to leaving.

  1. They were team mate during there tym at Barca, the same way Arteta was to Guardiola, same way Cesc was to Arteta in there young age days. Cesc wanted to come back after leaving Barca but Wenger was not intrested in him anymore since he had Ozil then

  2. Fellow Gooners, is this really true from Fabregas? “They haven’t won anything yet, but they are definitely going in the right way.” I feel that this guy might have really disconnected from us since he left.

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