Cesc's Arsenal Love-in Back On

Contrasting tales in the tabloids regarding to of the Premier League’s top footballers. As the disgusting Wayne Rooney bleats his way to a £200,000-a-week deal at Manchester United, quotes have emerged from our very own so-called marquee star.
For today (or rather yesterday but reported today) Cesc Fabregas has pledged to repay Arsene Wenger’s loyalty in him by winning the Premier League.
The new found belief from our Spaniard – who was seemingly on his way back to Barcelona in the summer – comes on the brink of our trip to Manchester City tomorrow. He said: “I have strong feelings for Barcelona and they will always be in my head. I try to watch their games most weekends. But my first priority now is Arsenal because I am a professional.
“What happened in the summer didn’t damage my reputation at the club or my friendships or relationships there. Many of my team-mates are also friends and they know my true feelings. I’ve never had a problem with the coach. He knows how passionate I am and that I will always give my maximum for Arsenal. I dream of winning the title with Arsenal. I never hid my intentions in the summer. I wanted to play for Barcelona but it wasn’t possible and that’s finished.
“Now I will always give my best for Arsenal. They are such a special part of my life and I want to be successful here. I will always be grateful to Arsenal. It will be spectacular to repeat the Champions League Final of 2006 in a stadium like Wembley. And of course to defeat Barca.”
We need Fabregas to stay fit if we are to win trophies, that’s for sure. He made his comeback from his latest hamstring injury against Shakhtar Donetsk on Tuesday. And a season-long partnership with wonder boy Jack Wilshere is an enticing prospect. With RVP and TV back we will certainly be in better shape to make a fist of it.
Of course, we lost at City last season in a game remembered for the idiot Emmanuel stamping on Robin and then rejoicing in front of us lot when he scored.
Adebayor has been told to keep calm if, God forbid, he scores against us. Roberto Mancini said: “If Manu scores again against Arsenal, it’s better he stays calm. He’s a good player and an important player for the team. He scored three goals on Thursday and I was very happy for him.”
Let’s keep him quiet tomorrow, eh?

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