Cesc has his eye on City test

All eyes turn to Eastlands after the fun of the CL this week as we try to get our Premier League form back against Manchester City on Sunday.
Let’s face it, we need a win after a stuttering draw up at Sunderland, disastrous defeats against West Brom at home and then Chelsea, and a hard-fought but vital victory over Birmingham last week at the Emirates.
Already, Cesc has had his say ahead of the enticing encounter with the moneybags mancs. He said: “City have a lot of money – obviously it is not our style but we respect their decision. City has always been a difficult place to play ever since my first season in England. But now they have bought some of the best players in the country.
“They are improving all the time. It takes a few years to get everyone together, but they have all the ingredients to become a great club. But we have to show we can win against any team – whether they are the richest club in the world or the poorest.”
Tomas Rosicky, too, has gushed forth, saying: “City are similar to Chelsea – not so entertaining, but very good tactically. We could not play like that at Arsenal and there is no point trying to change. But we do need to be more clinical – we can’t just keep saying we are unlucky.
“It’s time to prove we can win these big games. We showed in the Champions League we can be clinical but now we have to do it in the Premier League.”
Meanwhile, the Mail reports this morning that we are after Espanyol midfielder Jose Raul Baena. The paperf says the 21-year-old was brought through the same Barcelona youth system that produced Cesc Fabregas before he switched to their city rivals.
A joke to end with: Harry says Bale is not for sale!

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