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Special Juan

Cesc Fàbregas

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Schurrle, willian, costa, and any other players who'll benefit from this transfer

But you forget Salah, who'll create great scale havoc with his combination with Fab4. Cant wait for next season!

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He'll be the ultimate "small club" slayer I think in addition to being a key player in the big games.

He's going to put chance after chance on a plate for the players in front of him. Hell, maybe even Torres can score a few if he stays.

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All jokes aside, am sure I'm not the only one who is intrigued to see how Mourinho deploys Fabregas and how he adapts to playing for us next season. I mean after all, this is a player whose way of playing and ideas of how the game should be played is totally different to that of Mourinho. It sounds cliche but it's like beauty and the beast thing. Moreover, Fabregas isn't exactly one who is blessed with great physical attributes like pace, stamina and his tactical discipline and workrate aren't the best either, things that Mourinho obviously values greatly in his setup. If anything, this all looks like the case with Mata again.

That being said, since we are buying a player with quality for a position that we desperately need to fix and Mourinho approving it(hopefully!), then he clearly sees Fabregas as a player he can improve on and work in his system. Anyway all in all, just can't help but to feel weird and strange about this transfer given the history involved between us, Fabregas and Arsenal and even Mourinho himself with Fabregas/Barca. And not to mention, the points stated above. Then again, the last Arsenal player we signed didn't do too badly, did he?

Implying that Xabi Alonso (Jose's flogging boy and work horse) is gifted with physical attributes. I'm sure Cesc will do just fine, a little structure under Mou won't suddenly turn him into a clown.

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Spike Spiegel, on 13 Jun 2014 - 03:49 AM, said:

Implying that Xabi Alonso (Jose's flogging boy and work horse) is gifted with physical attributes. I'm sure Cesc will do just fine, a little structure under Mou won't suddenly turn him into a clown.

Never said or implied he will fail. Just pointing out things as it is on what look like incompatibility between the two. And that is just the physical side of things. Alonso's style of play was arguably closer, if not suited to what Mourinho wants as opposed to the way Fabregas has been playing.

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Never said or implied he will fail. Just pointing out things as it is on what look like incompatibility between the two. And that is just the physical side of things. Alonso's style of play was arguably closer, if not suited to what Mourinho wants as opposed to the way Fabregas has been playing.

I never said that you said he would fail.

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