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Special Juan

4. Cesc Fàbregas

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1 minute ago, Blue_Fox_ said:

Remember when people wanted him in the Pirlo role? Imagine that.

disaster....

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Surely he won't be here next season? He's in the twilight of his career now, Qatar/MLS/China is where he should be playing not the Premier League.

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On 01/04/2018 at 7:47 PM, eemanyooel said:

disaster....

Maybe if Conte  had got the personnel he wanted in the summer he might have had a chance but alas a drinkwater-bakayoko-injured barkley have fell well short of the quality that pirlo and juve had 

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18 minutes ago, Polo7 said:

Doesn’t usually provide anything but great passing, but when he can’t do that then he’s just a passenger.

When was the last time he made a great pass? I genuinely can't remember.

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When was the last time he made a great pass? I genuinely can't remember.
His last good game was his MOTM performance against United half a year ago, which tells you everything about his current state.

He was a great servant but he is finished, for the sake of his legacy he should quit Europe and join some team in China for the last few years of his career.

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12 hours ago, Beigl said:

He was a great servant but he is finished, for the sake of his legacy he should quit Europe and join some team in China for the last few years of his career.

Think he can still do a job in Serie A given the league is slower and less physical. But agree with the notion, we need to find a replacement/someone better ASAP. Fabregas epitomizes part of our squad's issue right now - zero mobility, slow and ponderous.

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Think he can still do a job in Serie A given the league is slower and less physical. But agree with the notion, we need to find a replacement/someone better ASAP. Fabregas epitomizes part of our squad's issue right now - zero mobility, slow and ponderous.


He's been slow for some time but the lack of vision has killed him this season. No idea what happen to his end product over the Summer.

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20 hours ago, Polo7 said:

Doesn’t usually provide anything but great passing, but when he can’t do that then he’s just a passenger.

Passenger fs Kante more less carry's him on his back Our number 1 priority next season should be is getting a cracking midfielder to alongside Kante next season 

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Sell Sell Sell

His Lack of mobility is killing us. He was good last season coming from the bench fresh and popping assists late on. But to start, he cant physically keep up and its hampering us.

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8 hours ago, kellzfresh said:

Sell Sell Sell

His Lack of mobility is killing us. He was good last season coming from the bench fresh and popping assists late on. But to start, he cant physically keep up and its hampering us.

if  we get Jean Seri I think he will be fabregas replacement 

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