Arsenal will come to regret missing out on Fabregas

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There’s simply no excuses at Arsenal this time

Date: 13th June 2014 at 6:42pm
Written by Thomas Hallett

It’s over and done with now. Cesc Fabregas is a Chelsea player. Trying to find logic in Arsene Wenger’s thoughts on this one is a pointless task. The Arsenal manager keeps his cards so close to his chest that few at the club appear to have an idea of where he’ll move next. It’s to an extent that some have even questioned whether Wenger himself knows what his next move will be. But this one is entirely on him, not the player, who apparently wanted a return to the club that rounded out the final years of his education and made him the player he is today. I’m not buying the argument that the signing of Mesut Ozil last summer offsets the need for a player in the mould of Fabregas this year. How can having too many world-class players be a bad thing? Are Arsenal really in a position where they can turn their noses up at a ... Read More


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    Stephen Parkes
    1 year ago

    Yet another imbecilic decision from Wenger. Cazorla wants away so potentIally we could already become depleted in the creativity department. Ozil is only really effective when he has pace men he can work with. If Theo and The Ox stay fit then Ozil contributes while we need Rambo to stay fit for a whole season as well. After next season in Rambo performs again the Real/ Barca will be after him – and we know what will happen then. If we had taken Cesc we would have had options while also taking the pressure off Rambo and Ozil and maybe the likes of Cazorla would then not have itchy feet… Yes, we need a decent striker, a replacement for Sagna and a decent holding midfielder – and a good no.2 keeper, but a world class player for £27m?! You cannot have enough world class players. Epic fail Wenger…

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