Thursday, 16 October 2008

Has Hleb succeeded in his mission? Has Fabregas had his head turned?

I firmly believe that Hleb and all the other fuckers out there doing their best to brain-wash Cesc Fabregas into leaving Arsenal may have finally hit the jackpot. Cesc has had his head turned by the bastards and one man, and one man only can save the day, enter Arsene Wenger.

We Gooners have been saying it for ages, even Le Boss himself said it in the summer and now Cesc Fabregas has stated the bleeding obvious, we lack experience. It's little wonder Cesc is beginning to listen to other people. It's up to Mr Wenger to sort it.

I love Arsene and what he has done for Arsenal, he has transformed us but he can be a stubborn man. He has put a huge amount of faith in his young side but Fabregas has admitted it's hard for such a young side to perform every week.

It's great that Wenger has such belief in this side but I think he needs to admit to himself that having belief is not always enough. If players like Cesc Fabregas, who is your best player, have doubts then surely it's time to listen.

Fabregas has a wise head on young shoulders but is this really fair on him? He should be in the side and looking up to others, not trying to help carry players around the same age as him. It's a lot for such a young man, regardless of how talented he is, to take on.

A whole club and it's supporters rely on these youngsters, that's a lot for them to handle. They need guidance and experienced heads around them to help cope with the pressure. If you look at the current squad we are threadbare in this department.

Arsene Wenger and Cesc Fabregas enjoy an almost father-son type of relationship but that doesn't mean Cesc won't listen to other people. I've no doubt that some of the Spanish squad has put doubts in Cesc's ear about Arsenal. They will be telling him to come back to Spain, and I bet they are players that Cesc looks up to, players with influence. Who can influence him at Arsenal?

Arsene Wenger should do some listening too. Fabregas' views should be noticed, after all, he is the one on the pitch. I'm hoping that these comments from Fabregas give Wenger a kick up the ass or I worry if nothing is done then we will be saying adios to our little Spaniard.

Keep it Goonerish............

14 comments:

9jagunner said...

Adios to our little spaniard

Goonaman said...

Thats the most spot on article I've read about the whole situation.

I'm really worried that he will be leaving. I think he wants to stay but he must feel that winning things will a lot harder at Arsenal than say at Barca.

Anonymous said...

Agreed. but lets remember

Nobody is bigger than Arsenal FC

Anonymous said...

GREAT BLOG. IF CESC GOES WE ARE FUCKED

Anonymous said...

Hey cesc, no kidding, thanks for vindicating millions of fans who knew we blew any chance for honours over the summer. Wenger has lost the plot, can't remember what it was and has become too daft to write a new script. While you're still working on that, please also recall that COST is a can be a subjective term, what is the cost of holding back spending and going trophyless and importantly not fielding a team that can challenge for trophies, yeah that has a cost as well.

Anonymous said...

I want him to stay for many years to come, but I think Ramsey will be ready to take his place in 2 years....

Simon said...

If anybody hasn't played that well in the midfield this season I'd say it was Cesc. Denilson for all his faults has contributed more than Fabregas. Ramsay looks sharper. Songs put in some solid performances and Nasri (when fit) is a fine replacement for Hleb.

The truth is Cesc will be going whatever happens in the next few years. He will go to Barcalona where the weathers warmer and he'll get a son returning home welcome. Wenger can't do anything about it. Get over yourselves.

Anonymous said...

Simon, very trite and dismissive, 'we're missing experience', wenger can and should have done something about it. If we we're winning and the team was challenging and looked an authentic contender do you believe cesc would be going public like this? Cesc' ultimate departure was always in the cards, it's just been sped up by a lack of proper planning over the past two seasons, that is discarding experience too soon and not bringing in sufficient quality and maturity(LEADERSHIP).

Goonbrother said...

boo hoo...i for one love arsene and cesc..but if cesc has so lil beleif in the fukin quality we have in these youngsters well then he must of had his brain washed...and whats with hleb the cunt trying...arsenl gave im everything!!!!

Anonymous said...

the teams dying and wengers killing it. Remember GG's great team. It withered like a flower towards the end and he had to go.

Theres no room for sentiment in football. Wengers losing the plot becoming that obsessed with the future hes losing grasp of the present.

The quality we have will all follow cesc out of the door year after year. sorry wenger times up.

freddie71 said...

Can another player be charged with trying to poach?

Anonymous said...

No. they cant be charged. it aint an offence to talk about your friend/brother eben though you play for another team. it aint professional but it aint illegal. it only becomes an offence if cesc talks to barca officials. thats they only reason why barca bought hleb. to tapp him up for them.he'll go.i know its only paper talk but its happening alot now and theres no smoke without fire. could you blame him if he went? if yo you were cesc would you stay at a club who had no ambition or would you go to your hometown club and country to be the next superstar and win trophies. cos the way we are going we aint winning jack shit for a while mate. vela will get bored and do a diarra. rosicky wont come back and ade will fuck off next sign of cash being waved in his face. then we are left with a midfield consisting of eboue and denilson and song. we a shambles mate when you think about it.

Sam said...

Here is the original interview with all the questions and the answers. If you read the whole thing you will see that Fabregas didn't say all that much for anyone to get worked up about. The original interview was in spanish, this is a translation (and unlike the media I haven't translated with the intention of trying to make everything sound as scandalous as possible)

Cesc Fabregas Interview

Cesc has already made a statement backing Wenger, in response to the headlines that came out yesterday. What's that now statement of loyalty number 64 or 65? I lose count.

Cesc has his faults but he is completely loyal to Wenger, even Stevie Wonder can see that.

akuar said...

great post

adios cesc

wenger thnx.