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Three reasons why Arsenal can forget about Fabregas for good! 2

Posted on July 22, 2014 by admin

Why Arsenal fans need not feel sour about missing out on Fabregas

Recently, Jose Mourinho made a statement trying to bring down Arsenal yet again. He said Fabregas had no intention to return to the Emirates at all this summer. I do not know what sort of mind games ‘the special one’ is trying to play this time but I can assure you Arsenal fans that missing out on Fabregas will not matter much at the end of this season. Here are three main reasons why.

1) We have Mesut Ozil

Arsenal and Wenger are broken and the fans are suffering! 3

Posted on August 18, 2013 by Bob

As an Arsenal fan, I am confused and hurt. by Hassan Ibrahim

The signing of Dennis Bergkamp was, in my opinion, a masterstroke. It allowed the team to operate with a new dynamic despite his slow start in the Premier League. What followed was a series of decisions by the board that allowed Arsenal to transcend and become serial title challengers. These decisions included signing an array of talent – including Arsene Wenger. The board recognised that there was no point in signing a player of Bergkamp’s calibre if the rest of the squad was below par.

NT- Will Wenger repay my faith and bring glory back to Arsenal? 2

Posted on August 03, 2013 by Bob

I am a die hard SG Arsenal fan since 1998 have supported Arsenal for 15 years and have personally visited the Emirates in Feb 2010 to watch the Gunners defeat Liverpool 1 nil at home. It was a such wonderful feeling to watch the team live.

However I have seen many stars including my all time favourite Arsenal player King Henry – the club’s all time scorer with 227 goals, leave for Barcelona in 2007 after an agonising 2006 Champions League final defeat at the hands of the Catalan club in Paris. Then it was Cesc Fabregas in 2011 and most recently in 2012, RVP to Man United. I sincerely believed in Mr Arsene Wenger as the best Arsenal manager ever. He had guided the team unbeaten in 2004, something not even Sir Alex Ferguson could achieve.

Is Cesc Fabregas really on his way back to Arsenal? 12

Posted on July 06, 2013 by admin

There has been plenty of rumours surrounding Arsenal this window and one of the more surprising ones is Cesc Fabregas back to Arsenal. This is definitely a sensitive issue for many considering how they adored the Spaniard when he played for us and were hurt but his (probably regrettable) acts in the final weeks before his departure to Barcelona.

However, you’d have to be mental to not want him back at Arsenal. He did make some mistakes but that doesn’t excempt the fact that he was a brilliant player for us and he still clearly loves the club (I remember him on Twitter outraged at the decisions by the ref as we were 2 – 0 down to the scum at the Emirates last season).

Yemi – Where have Arsenal’s World-Class players gone? 4

Posted on December 11, 2012 by admin

Arsenal and her many World Class Players by WAC

A world class player is a player who regardless of the occasion shows his true qualities. Be it long range shots, dribbles, great saves, endurance or simply the ability to dazzle, he has something unique and he shows it to all everytime he has the opportunity. It doesnt matter if he is playing against Man United or if he is playing against Wycombe or even Barcelona. He is always ready to weave his magic!

Paul: Cesc Fabregas and Arsenal’s Buy-Back Clause – Corrected!! 27

Posted on September 10, 2012 by admin

Good day gooners…. by Paul N

In my first look at the Cesc “Buy Back/Sell On” clause I seem to have mis-interpreted an important part of the analysis of the clause. (In Indian accent: Thousand apology’s sir) lol.

In the original article I said “Some urgency will arise to try & at least recoup some of the £35m already spent by trying to sell Cesc. … blah.. blah.. blah.. .. If they sell to anyone else but AFC, they make a loss of £35m as the 50/50 sell on split cancels each other out.”

John Collard: Why would Arsenal want Cesc when we’ve got Jack? 27

Posted on September 07, 2012 by admin

Hello fellow gooners. by John Collard

Today I would like to talk about one of the finest talents to come out of England in a long time. But first to people that will come on here and say don’t put pressure on the young lad (Well that’s a joke) Jack Wilshere thrives on pressure and he did that night when we beat Barcalona and the likes of Iniesta and Xavi couldn’t cope with the lad from Hitchin. The media and his fellow football professionals has set the bar for him already so my little blog im sure will not add any more on his shoulders. Jack Wilshere is absolute class and Liam Brady, one of Arsenals finest ever midfield players, has come out very open and said we have something very special here.

Paul: Even if Fabregas wanted Arsenal, do we NEED him? 14

Posted on September 07, 2012 by admin

Could the wantaway midfielder from the season before last be making a comeback? Do Arsenal need him?

Courteousy of theweek.co.uk:

The former Gunners captain moved to the Camp Nou in the summer of 2011 although unlike certain other unscrupulous former skippers he didn’t walk out on Arsene Wenger for money. Fabregas left to better himself as a player but now it appears the Catalan craftsman realises he’d be more fulfilled at a club that appreciates him.

Van Persie and Fabregas DID NOT have an Arsenal Heart 9

Posted on September 06, 2012 by admin

Heart & Soul by Ankeet

Hi guys,

Hope the Liverpool win thrilled you. Anyways, wanted to share a few thoughts with you all.

All right, I know that Fabregas, RvP and Song are all past history but can’t help think whether they were smart enough to understand why they were leaving. Yes, I know some of you will say money, trophies, childhood memories etc. but was that a good enough reason. I don’t think so and here’s why.

John Collard: Would Arsenal fans take Fabregas back? 44

Posted on September 05, 2012 by admin

Cesc Fabregas (a move forward or backward) by John Collard

‘There’s no such thing as a great substitute in the world of football – I couldn’t tell you what makes a great substitute,’ Fabregas told Marca.

‘I always wish my team-mates well and put a happy face on. If I have to take my unhappy face home then so be it, but I would never let my team-mates or manager see it.’

‘I’ve always said that I play for the best team in the world, but I came here to compete, to learn and enjoy, not to sit wracking my brains.’

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