Date: 25th January 2007 at 11:15pm
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Cesc Fabregas says it’s a great feeling playing against Spurs. He didn’t explain why, but I expect it’s because it’s a team that doesn’t often beat us.

Ok, so the aritlce isn’t really about that but I couldn’t turn down the chance to have a dig at Spu*s, no matter how small!

Cesc says that he doesn’t need to rest after calls from Gooners everywhere to give the youngster a rest.

Fabregas is still just 19-years-old and has only missed 3 games for The Gunners this season. One through suspension and 2 in the Carling Cup.

‘The boss has not said anything to me about taking a break,’ Fabregas said.

‘In the Carling Cup, a lot of players have been rested. For me, I like playing this kind of game. That is why I play football – to enjoy.

‘The manager just told me he was planning to play me and asked if I was happy about it. I said, ‘of course’.

‘I always want to play – even more against Tottenham. It is a great feeling.’

 

20 Replies to “Fabregas: ‘it’s A Great Feeling’”

  • What a great Warrior Cesc is. He is developing into a magnificent player and more importantly a great person(ality). Hat off to you young man!

  • i have one question i know it is a late one,
    we have 2 away goals in the Carling CUp what happens of the second leg finishes 0-0 will we go to the final or we have to play ET?

  • i *think* the away goals rule only comes into effect should the game finish level on goals AFTER extra time, afghenry… »»Arsene knows««

  • If he can create such goals, then why wont it be a great feeling? not just for him, for us fans as well.

  • Away goals only count after extra time. If it’s 0-0 after 90, its ET, if it stays that way after 120, we win.

  • Away goals only count after extra time. If it’s 0-0 after 90, its ET, if it stays that way after 120, we win. – What a confusing rule…either away goals should count throughout or not. Well anyway, guess I was wrong about the 0-0/1-1 scenario getting us through, but we’re still in a pretty good position.

  • this is ridiculous then. the two away goals count for nothing then in the first 90 mins. what if spurs would have won the first leg 2-1 and we winning the second 1-0 after 90 mins. what’s the rule then?

  • Of course if Arsenal win three – nil it dont matter about away goals.
    Big task for Spurs having blown the first leg.

  • Where did this come from about away goals counting double only after extra time?? Anyway it doesn’t matter either way a 0-0 or 1-1 draw is still good enough whether its at the end of 90 mins or 120 mins!! Spurs have to win or score 2 goals or more & draw.

  • col8 couldn’t have put it better myself, blown is the right choice of words.. looking forward to wednesday, i can almost see myself driving down the M4 to cardiff !! i remember the last time we met chelsea in a final, nice sunny may day, fans mingling together enjoying a great occaision, oh and we won that day too !

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