Cesc and his sad end at Arsenal: “I did not like the attitude of some colleagues”

first_img4 Reason for leaving Arsenal: “I was a captain and I had a lot of pressure. That team had to win something, and I gave it all for that. Every time we lost, I would come home and cry, but I would get on the bus and I would see some of my colleagues on the bus, laughing and agreeing where they were going to go out at night. There came a time when I felt lonely with this feeling of winning. “It only had two supports: “If it wasn’t for the attitudes of some colleagues, especially in the last two years, I would have stayed, but I realized that only Robin van Persie and Samir Nasri were at my level in mental and technical terms. It is not arrogance, it was what I felt”. Your departure from Barcelona: “Once I decide to leave (from Barcelona), Arsenal will be the first option and I won’t be able to speak to another club for a week to see if Arsenal wants me or not.”Arsenal did not bid: “Arsene didn’t give me an answer. We just had to wait for a whole week to see if he would respond. It was definitely my first choice and in my mind I was telling everyone that I was going to Arsenal. That was what I wanted. Arsene could see That and I didn’t want to screw it up. They knew about the situation, but they didn’t say anything in a week. They waited all week without giving me an answer. “Turn for other clubs: “After a week I had my chance. I spoke with Manchester City, with Manchester United and then with José Mourinho, something I never thought would happen.”Chelsea chose: “To be honest, when I left the room with Mourinho I said ‘that’s it, I don’t need to talk to anyone else, I’m going to Chelsea’. What he told me the team wanted to do, what he thought of me and how he wanted me to play … That’s what i wanted”.Live in london: “On top of all that, it was London, not Manchester. London was my home.”Club rivalry: “I knew there would be repercussions with Arsenal, it would have been the same with City or United, but I wanted to return to the Premier League.”Correct choice: “Thank God I made that decision, because those five years I was very happy there. We won everything in England, being the team that won the most in English football while I was there and the connection with the fans was impeccable.”center_img Cesc Fabregas, midfielder of Monacohe confessed on the podcast Arseblog that your friend Xabi Alonso He begged him to help him sign for the Arsenal in 2009, just when the tolosarra changed the Liverpool for him Real Madrid. However, he also recounted things from his own career, such as how he felt at the Emirates Stadium, why he left the club, or how his signing for José Mourinho’s Chelsea was forged when Arsenal decided not to bid on him. .last_img

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