Cesc Fabregas is a celebrated name in European football. From his time in Arsenal, even when he moved to Barcelona and then Chelsea, he has always been seen as a very talented footballer. His career might not have panned out how he wanted but he has consistently shown his class. After the title winning season under Jose Mourinho and things went south, he persisted and proved himself to Antonio Conte, now he is a stable force in the squad.

For Jack Wilshere, his is worse due to injuries. He was hailed as a youngster and was expected to be the next Cesc for Arsenal. He bossed Pep Guardiola’s Barcelona and the world bowed at his feet. Some see him as one of the numerous wasted English talent that did not grow to the fullness.

Lampard to Become Chelsea’s Next Technical Director?

Frank Lampard has confirmed that he may want to be involved with Chelsea at some point in the future. The blues took a major decision of letting technical director Michael Emenalo leave the club.

It is understood that the Nigerian will be joining a French club in the near future. He has been at Chelsea for the last 10 years, but there has been noises about his potential departure from Stamford Bridge. This has paved way for one of the former legends to return to the club in a major role. While Didier Drogba is still in his playing boots, Lampard is the only player likely to step into this position at this point. (more…)


Chelsea midfielder Cesc Fabregas has stated that the only reason why his team was beaten in the match against Manchester City is that the opposition had more rest than themselves. He said that Manchester City was allowed the luxury of an additional day rest despite the fact that they played at home in the Champions League.

For the Spanish midfielder, there was not much between the two teams, and it is only the schedule that allowed Manchester City to win the game.


Fabregas states that the lack UEFA Champions League helped Chelsea

Chelsea was claimed as the champions of England for the Premier League season of 2016-17 and it was a very dominating campaign from Antonio Conte and his squad as they were mostly positioned in the 1st spot for the majority of the season with no club being able to really show a challenge for them except for Tottenham Hotspur but even they could not truly do much to stop Chelsea from lifting their 6th domestic league title.

One of the things that Chelsea´s Cesc Fabregas has recently stated to have helped his team in going through such an imposing form is that they did not have to compete in the UEFA Champions League or the UEFA Europa League during that season.

Cesc Fabregas was making an appearance in the television show A League Of Their Own with Jamie Redknapp and the Spanish midfielder revealed details concerning the dominant season of Chelsea as he said: (more…)


Chelsea playmaker Cesc Fabregas has advised his newest teammate Alvaro Morata to adapt fast at Stamford Bridge following his reported £70 million move.

The Spaniard asked his compatriot to settle down fast to the required business if he wants to succeed in the role as his predecessor Diego Costa.

The former Real Madrid striker is set to lead the attack line of the Blues in the forthcoming season following the likely departure of Costa. The former Atletico Madrid striker has enjoyed an impressive run at Chelsea but manager Antonio Conte says he does not want the player in his team anymore, despite the success of last term.

The 24-year old Morata is expected to replicate the form of Costa as Conte hopes to retain the league title. MichyBatshuayi is expected to get more game time, assisting and supporting Morata, as the fixtures of the club increase following a return to European football. (more…)


Chelsea playmaker Cesc Fabregas is set to remain at Stamford Bridge beyond this summer as Manchester United edge closer to completing the deal for NemanjaMatic.

The Bluesseem to prefer to lose the Serbian than letting the former Arsenal and Barcelona man leave.

TiemoueBakayoko is reportedly almost done with his move to Stamford Bridge from Monaco. He would be the replacement for Matic while Fabregas remains the creative force in the middle.

For most time last season, N’GoloKante paired Matic in the middle while Fabregas came on mostly as a substitute to create chances. The pair of Kante and Matic was successful as they played a crucial role in the middle as Chelsea strolled to the title win in Coach Antonio Conte’s debut season.

The creativity of the Spaniard in the middle gave him the edge over Matic and United’s interest was timely. Conte does not mind much for strengthening a top rival like Jose Mourinho all just to retain Fabregas and free cash for other things.

The deal for the French player Bakayoko is expected to be completed soon. The 22-year old defensive-minded player is a direct step up from Matic while Fabregas retains his creative freedom in the middle. (more…)

Cesc Fabregas remains optimistic despite being dropped

CescFabregas arrived to Chelsea on June of 2014 for a price tag of €33 million and ever since his first season with the Premier League club, the Spanish midfielder has undoubtedly been a regular starter.

For the very first time since arriving to Stamford Bridge, Fabregas is beginning to look more like a substitute player than an actual performer on the pitch as Antonio Conte has consistently been dropping CescFabregas to the sidelines and most of the playing time that Fabregas actually does manage to get, it’s from the bench as an impact substitute player.

This is something that is rare to see, especially for a highly-rated player such as CescFabregas. The Spanish midfielder is regularly being praised for his contributions not only in Chelsea but also with his former clubs.


Even though Fabregas is being more restricted in terms of his playing time in the actual pitch, he has still managed to make an impact as he has provided his teammates with 7 assists and scored 3 goals.

Out of the 28 Premier League matches that Chelsea has played, Fabregas has managed to make 19 appearances and 12 of those arrived from the bench but nonetheless, his impact and contributions have still been felt. (more…)


Spanish midfielder Cesc Fabregas is set to remain at Chelsea after Coach Antonio Conte praised his contribution to the team of recent.

The player was largely rumoured to be set to leave Stamford Bridge particularly as he was rarely played by the manager and a switch in formation made the team ‘invincible,’ leaving little room for the creative former Gunner.

However the fate of the player has quickly changed, seeing as he has been instrumental to the team of late. Conte hailed the player at a press conference, saying:

“Cesc, we all know him, and I’m very pleased with his attitude, his commitment and for his work-rate in training sessions. Also, when I call him during the game, it’s important for me to see the right spirit,” the Italian boss said.

Fabregas is set to start the game against Peterborough when the Blues clash with them in the English FA Cup. (more…)


Spain international Cesc Fabregas has explained reasons why he would not be attending the England-Spain international friendly game on Tuesday.

The out-of-favour player at club and national level opted to miss the game despite receiving invitation to attend as a guest of the Spanish Football Federation to support the team to victory.

According to news source Sport, the player cited ‘personal reasons’ as his excuse for the snub. The player has started the new campaign on a poor note, dropping from the first team at Stamford Bridge. Fabregas has started just one game this term – the 3-0 loss against Arsenal, his former club.

At the international level, Spain’s new coach Julen Lopetegui also labelled Fabregas surplus to requirements despite the injury crisis that hit the squad. England based Spaniards Santi Cazorla, Pedro and Adrian received the official invitation by the Spanish apex body to attend the friendly game.

At the game against Macedonia on Saturday, Lopetegui played Aritz Aduriz. Aduriz became Spain’s oldest ever goalscorer at 35 years 275 days. The player has been scoring since returning to his club Athletic Bilbao four years ago. He seems like a late bloomer.

In the last two terms, he has won the Zara Trophy for being the top Spanish goalscorer in the La Liga. He is not a fast player, but he seems to be blooming – at almost 36 years of age – when other top Spanish strikers are at the twilight of their careers. The game provided him with another testament, and he is expected to feature against England.

For someone that went on a six-year hiatus after making his international debut at the age of 29 under Vicente del Bosque, he seems keen on making his mark before retirement when he finally does. Lopetegui praised the player after his feat, calling the striker a “fantastic professional.”

Is Fabregas on the verge of leaving Stamford Bridge?

Fabregas has gone from being an extremely influential player with Chelsea during his debut season with the Premier League club back on August of 2014 where he managed to make 34 appearances.

In the following season, the Spanish midfielder made 37 appearances but ever since Antonio Conte arrived to the Premier League club, things have taken a turn for the worse as Fabregas has barely had any kind of impact in Chelsea in the current season.

The 29 year old midfielder is struggling to get playing time and there are rumors being spread that are linking Fabregas with a move to the Italian side Ac.Milan.

It’s even rumored that Fabregas has already held talks with the chiefs of Ac.Milan as negotiations are believed to have been taking place for the past few days but nothing has been officially confirmed.

Vincenzo Montella has recently stated that signing CescFabregas is not in his plans as the midfielder just would not fit with the system that he has envisioned for his players to utilize but despite Montella coming out and actually saying that Fabregas is not one of his targets this has not stopped reports and more rumors from emerging as each day that passes by there are a larger amount of websites which say that a move is edging closer. (more…)