Fabregas to Start His Coaching Career


This New Year is the start of a new milestone in Cesc Fabregas’s career. He now returns to the club Arsenal where he will kick off his new career of coaching. This comes after two successful stints in Barcelona and Chelsea for which his fans are quite intrigued.


With his plans to retire from the active playing field Cesc Fabregas has started his first coaching assignment at Arsenal. Gunners have also welcomed this Hale End graduate who will now commence his coaching career. However, this is getting mixed reactions from his fans. Till now Fabregas has made over 300 appearances for the Gunners. He initially joined Barcelona in his youthful years. At that time he made 57 goals and assisted with 95 goals. He also played at Emirates stadium for eight years. After the Spanish World Cup tournament, he parted ways with this region. His dream had always been to return to Barcelona and that is what he did. Read More


Arsenal are preparing for their return to Premier League action on Saturday as they host Tottenham Hotspur at the Emirates. Both the Gunners and Spurs are flying high in the Premier League table and hoping to consolidate their positions. Arsenal are at the summit on 18 points, while Tottenham are a point and two places behind. Mikel Arteta has been putting the Arsenal players through their paces at London Colney ahead of Saturday’s early kickoff.

In the latest training photos the Gunners media team put out, a number of academy players could be spotted. One of those taking part in the session was Jack Henry-Francis, a player who has drawn comparisons to Cesc Fabregas. The 19-year-old is a product of the Hale End academy, progressing through the ranks to Under-21 level. He signed his first professional contract in October last year. Read More


Italian striker Patrick Cutrone is on his way to sign for Como in the Italian Serie B aftera disappointing spell in the Premier League.Cutrone struggled to make an impact at Wolverhampton Wanderers as he was restricted to just 14 appearances in the Premier League during his three-year spell at the club.

Cutrone, 24, was at AC Milan before Premier League side Wolverhampton Wanderers paid £16m to secure his transfer. He signed for Wolves in 2019 while Portuguese tactician NunoEspirito Santo was still the manager. Compatriot Bruno Lage has since replaced him as the Wolves boss. Lagebecame the Wolverhampton Wanderers manager at the start of last season, while NunoEspirito Santo left to join North London side Tottenham Hotspur before he was sacked few months into the job. Read More


Spanish midfielder Cesc Fabregas has given his verdict on Gabriel Jesus who joined Arsenal from fellow Premier League side Manchester City earlier this month. Fabregas talked about Jesus in an interview with London World as he doubted if the Brazilian attacker is the right fit for the Gunners attack.Cesc Fabregas is not confident if the signing of the Brazil international would work well for the Arsenal attack. According to him, he was expecting the club to sign a different type of striker. The Spaniard said Arsenal should have signed a striker who attack the spacemore.

The signing of Gabriel Jesus at Arsenal was influenced by manager Mikel Arteta and technical director Edu. Other teams were keen on signing Jesus this summer, but he opted for Arsenal having worked with Arteta while he was the assistant manager at Premier League holders Manchester City. The Brazilian connection involving Edu also came in handy during negotiations with Jesus and his representatives. Edu previously worked with the Brazilian national team as a technical staff in addition to the fact that he was a former player for the five-time champions. Read More


Real Madrid shot stopper Thibaut Courtois deserves to win this year’s Ballond’oraccording to former Chelsea teammate Cesc Fabregas. Cesc Fabregas and the aforementioned Courtois were teammates at Premier League side Chelsea before the latter left to sign for Real Madrid when the Belgian goalkeeper had a year left on his final contract at Stamford Bridge in 2018.

Cesc Fabregas is certain that Courtois should win the Ballon d’Or ahead of Real Madrid teammate and favourite Karim Benzema after an insane season. The Spaniard didn’t mention Courtois when he tweeted about the Ballon d’Or just before the Champions League final in Saint-Denis. Fabregas said he’s not a fan of individual awards before adding that the Liverpool duo of Sadio Mane and Mohamed Salah are the frontrunners for this year’s edition alongside Frenchman Benzema. Read More


As the former Spain international sees in his 35th birthday, Mirror Football analyses his time in English football plying his trade for two of the Premier League’s biggest clubs in Arsenal and Chelsea. Cesc Fabregas was a youth prospect the likes of which English football had arguably never seen before and revolutionised one of the nation’s biggest sides in Arsenal.

The Spaniard emerged in the Gunners first-team while then-manager Arsene Wenger was at the peak of his powers winning Premier League and FA Cup doubles. Wenger did so with a side, particularly a midfield, that while supremely technically gifted was also incredibly physically imposing with the likes of Patrick Vieira alongside first Emmanuel Petit and then Gilberto Silva. Read More


AS Monaco midfielder Cesc Fabregas has pointed out the tactical mistake made by manager Thomas Tuchel during the Champions League quarterfinal tie between hosts Chelsea and Real Madrid. Cesc Fabregas revealed that the outcome of the first leg could have been different if Croatian star Mateo Kovacic started the first leg of the last eight tie between Chelsea and  visitors Real Madrid.

Cesc Fabregas gave his opinion on the first leg encounter between hosts Chelsea and Spanish La Liga giants Real Madrid before the end of the first half via his official Twitter handle as he called for the introduction of Kovacic against his former team. At the time of his tweet, Real Madrid had scored two goals through in-form Frenchman Karim Benzema with the goals coming in the space of just three minutes. The first of the two goals was via a header from a Vinicius Junior cross, while the second goal was also a header from a Luka Modric header. Read More


Spanish midfielder Cesc Fabregas was left wowed by two Arsenal players during the Premier League clash at Watford earlier in the month. Cesc Fabregas could not hide his excitement about the Arsenal duo of Martin Odegaard and Bukayo Saka for their respective displays in the 3-2 away win over Watford who are battling to stay in the Premier League this season.

Cesc Fabregas shared his excitement about the Arsenal duo of Saka and Odegaard with his followers on Twitter as he labelled them as exceptional players. The two players were on the scoresheet as the Gunners secured another win in their march towards securing a top-four spot at the end of the season. Read More


Charlie Nicholas has talked up the possibility of veteran Spanish midfielder Cesc Fabregas signing for Scottish Premiership giants Celtic during this winter transfer window.


Ex-Arsenal and Celtic attacker Nicholas wrote in his column with the Scottish Daily Express earlier this month that Cesc Fabregas would be a perfect fit for Celtic who are in a title challenge with defending champions Rangers in the Scottish Premiership. Celtic boss Ange Postecoglou is keen to wrestle the Scottish Premiership title from Old Firm Derby rivals Rangers who won the league title last season on the back of nine successive league titles for Celtic with Liverpool legend Steven Gerrard in charge. Gerrard left Rangers to join Aston Villa as their new manager in November 2021 and he was replaced by Dutchman Giovanni Van Bronckhorst.
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Legendary Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has revealed his regrets over the decision to sell Frenchman Nicholas Anelka. He opted for the ex-French international ahead of the likes of Robin Van Persie, Cesc Fabregas and Thierry Henry. According to him, it was a shame to see Anelka leave Arsenal.


Wenger, 72, talked about his regret over the exit of Anelka at an event alongside friend and ex-Arsenal co-owner David Dein. On Anelka’s exit, former Arsenal boss Wenger stated that the club used the Arsene Wenger card by letting players go to where they can win trophies. Anelks could have been special if he stayed in North London, instead the French striker played for 13 clubs.
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