Cesc Fabregas hopes Chelsea can challenge for the Premier League title under Antonio Conte next season.A disastrous 2015-16 has seen the Blues surrender their domestic crown without a fight, while they are also preparing for life outside of European competition next season for the first time since the 2002/03 campaign.After replacing Jose Mourinho, who was sacked in December...
Chelsea fans went on Twitter to choose the Man of the Match in the 4-1 Chelsea victory over Bournemouth. Although Eden Hazard could have been the obvious choice due to his two goals (specially after coming off a long-term injury), fans decided to award the Man Of the Match title to Cesc Fabregas. Fabregas had
Chelsea midfielder Cesc Fabregas claims Jose Mourinho lost his job at Stamford Bridge because he trusted the players too much. Mourinho was dismissed as Blues boss in December with Chelsea struggling at the wrong end of the Premier League less than a year after being crowned English champions. At the time, former Arsenal and Barcelona star Fabregas was reported to be one of a group...
Cesc Fabregas was one of the most important players for Pep Guardiola during his time at Barcelona. The Spaniard mentions how he enjoyed playing under Pep as he had a lot of freedom. “They tell you to play wherever you feel you are dangerous and I love this kind of thing,” told the Blues’ midfielder
Cesc Fabregas opens up about the misery caused to Mourinho because of players’ attitude. Fabregas spoke to Sky Sports and expressed his feelings for The Special One and the things which cost Mourinho his job at Chelsea. He considers Mourinho’s biggest mistake was to let players enjoy extra holiday after they won the Premier League
Cesc Fabregas is very much impressed with the new coach, Antonio Conte, who will take over from Guus Hiddink after the EURO 2016. In his interview with Sky Sports, Cesc insisted that Conte’s attitude of winning trophies right away is what Chelsea needs next season. The Italian manager isn’t a person who works on excuses,
Chelsea showed heart and character as they take a point from today's game against West Ham United. Fans on Twitter were not entirely satisfied with a point but were full of praise for Cesc Fabregas Ruben Loftus-Cheek. A draw is better than a loss #CFC @Chelsea — hulisani_jnr12 (@hulisani_jnr12) 19 March 2016 Yeah at least […]
When the draw was made three weeks ago, Chelsea-Manchester City was supposed to be the tie of the fifth round. But any hopes of a cup classic went out the window around the time the team sheets were released. Manuel Pellegrini picked six teenagers, five of whom were making their debuts for the club. City actually threatened first: City’s 19-year-old forward David Faupala...
Cesc Fabregas started his summer vacation early and ended his chances of making history with one moment of stupidity. Fabregas was sent off in the first half of Chelsea’s 3-0 loss to West Brom on Monday. The Chelsea midfielder’s offense was successfully kicking the ball at opponent Chris Brunt’s head in plain view of nearly everyone at the Hawthorns. Fabregas inserted himself...
Cesc Fabregas wasn’t in his native Spain when heard what Sergio Ramos said about him, but he addressed the situation close to home anyway. Fabregas, 27, missed Spain’s two November games but played for Chelsea immediately before and after the international break. Ramos then questioned Fabregas’ commitment to the national team with thinly veiled comments, angering the Chelsea...
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