Advice To Arsene: Arsenal Should Sell Fabregas & Take Alcantara

By on June 24, 2011

The transfer saga has been going on for way too long, and it is obvious that Fabregas has lost his heart in playing for the red and white kit which is traditionally donned by the Gunners.

Talking About Captaincy

When Arsene Wenger gave Fabregas the captain’s armband, it wasn’t because Wenger believed that Fabregas possessed the leadership ability to take Arsenal forward. The fact is, the reason behind his decision was to convince him to stay at Arsenal, that he was so vital in any of Arsenal’s future success.

If Arsene Wenger was going to parade around signing random youngsters, he was always going to need someone to be the lynchpin, to inspire the team, to push the team forward. At the moment, that’s not the Barcelona boy by blood. Left for England in his teens, he longs for completing his dream of playing in the Nou Camp in Barcelona colours. Now that’s why he should go. With every tackle he makes, with any pass he crafts, he is (in my opinion) wishing to go back to Spain.

He’s Done All He Could For Arsenal

At this time of year once again, the rumours start popping up, and it is ever so important that Fabregas makes the right decisions. Basically, should he have left for Barcelona, his trophy cabinet will most certainly look more impressive, actually owning a Champions League Winners Medal and a La Liga winner’s medal as well.

What he could achieve with Barcelona, in all reality, he can only dream of achieving with Arsenal right now. With all the false promises, with all the buzz about Arsenal’s academy graduates, apart from Wilshere (and perhaps Ramsey), none of them have really stepped up to the plate.

Wenger only ever takes the blame when the team loses a game, and what does he do in the next game? Put’s his team out there in the same formation, using the same tactic’s and the same philosophy. You’ve always got to mix things up, that’s for sure. It’s been way too long since a trophy for Arsenal, and Fabregas could have them all with Barca.

And Why Take Alcantara

Barcelona really might regret in selling Alcantara here, if his extraordinary performances at the center of the park for the Spain U21 team’s march to the finals are anything to go by, this kid’s class. More of a Xavi, with him being a bit more behind in his approach to the game.

The kid’s got a wonderful eye for a pass, and a brilliant foot to execute it. He could be an instant hit with the Gunners fans. Miyaichi-Wilshere-Alcantara, what an amazing triple midfield threat pairing. Miyaichi handling most of the attacking duties, whilst Wilshere and Alcantara are sitting back and distributing passes.

Ain’t that bad of an idea, is it?

Submitted by Two Liverpool Fans

 

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13 Comments

  1. chris

    June 24, 2011 at 8:36 pm

    So when he said he was happy at arsenal what did that mean?
    I forgot you know better than wenger. Ha

  2. Alex jackson

    June 24, 2011 at 9:34 pm

    I think u are on ur own u should ask livepool to sign that boy i think Arsene know what to do

  3. TrueGooner

    June 24, 2011 at 9:43 pm

    Let see how good is passing the ball in a league that players won’t hesitate to kick you and the ref wont blow. It’s a different game playing in the under 21 then playing in Europe. Thiago is class but the experience of Cesc in England is priceless

  4. steve

    June 24, 2011 at 9:47 pm

    I THINK,AS FOLLOWS,GET RID OF FABREGAS
    GET £35,000,000,FOR HIM,THEN BUY BARTON
    FOR 1.5 MILLION,I THINK YOU’VE GOT ONE
    HELL OF A DEAL,I KNOW BARTON IS A BIT OF A HEAD CASE,SO WHAT THERE’S A LOT OF
    THEM ABOUT, SO IS BELLAMY AND ROONEY IT’S ALL PART OF THE MODERN GAME BUT
    THESE LADS CAN PLAY FOOTBALL.I THINK
    BARTON IS MATURE,STRONG AS A BULL,HIS
    WORKRATE IS FIRST CLASS,PERFECT PASSER
    OF A BALL A GREAT LEADER,IN GENERAL A
    GOOD ALL ROUND PLAYER,I WOULD LOVE TO SEE HIM RUN OUT IN AN ARSENAL SHIRT NEXT SEASON.”THINK ABOUT IT ARSENE”.

  5. john

    June 24, 2011 at 9:57 pm

    the english game is so so hard,

    seriously start watching games rather than saying what idiots on tv have to say. its a more phyical game here, but just as many people get kicked in spain.. messi get kicked every 2 secs in spain. they are hard players too, as well as having a bit of class, alonso came over instant hit fabs was wripping it up at 17, he did not care about the english game, loads of spainish players just come over and fit right in.. i like the look of enrique at newcastle, we should get him if clilhy fucks off. and tiaigo is really really class. wrenger should ask for him and villa. get the deal done.

  6. ric

    June 24, 2011 at 10:10 pm

    ramsey is a better player than alcantara so if he comes he will be behind ramsey wilshere and most prob level with diaby if not behind but he his a really good player

    • dalegraham

      June 25, 2011 at 11:33 am

      tell fabregas to pee off to spain

  7. John

    June 24, 2011 at 10:33 pm

    Total nonsense; Barcelona don’t even want him now’ they don’t have the money, they don’t need him. They’re playing the long game, all they’re doing now is preparing to get him on the cheap next year or the year after. Offer cr@p all now and a sh!t offer next year will look a lot better. Xavi and Iniesta are still going strong but in one or two years time they need replacement/back up. They’re not stupid.

  8. avr

    June 25, 2011 at 2:35 am

    SIMPLE TO SAY , BUT ALACANTRA WONT GO TO ARSENAL.
    AND CESC IS LOYAL TO ARSENAL.
    EVEN if ALACANTRA IS GUD, ITS A BAD OPTION WHEN TAKING A GUY WHOSE LOYALTY IS QUESTIONABLE.

  9. j martis

    June 25, 2011 at 7:57 am

    Wenger pls make hays about your signings as soon as you can.Pls…………………..

  10. AmericanGunnerFan

    June 25, 2011 at 8:19 am

    If Fabregas goes to Barca now, he will undoubtedly fill his trophy cabinet with medals, but will have to accept that he will never be considered an all-time great player, just a very good player who was one of many very good (and some even great) cogs in a machine-like organization. His reputation will be stained by his failure as a leader and captain at Arsenal-in particular his inability/unwillingness to step up as a leader during the club’s collapse this past spring, and by his acceptance of Barca’s recent portrayal of him as an injury-prone player who is breaking down and isn’t worth the kind of money that true stars and great players command in order to slink back home to Barcelona and ride the gravy-train of that club’s success.

    No matter how much Fabregas loves Barca and wants to return there to play with his friends again, if he ever wants to be considered a great footballer and cement a place as one of the great players of his era, he would be far better served by coming back to Arsenal this year with a steely determination to not only have a great season individually, but to drag his teammates, if necessary, to win some kind of silverware and end Arsenal’s trophy drought. This would show that he is not only a great player, but also can be a true leader. Moreover, it would destroy Barca’s characterization of him as a “broken down warhorse” who will never be the same again and benefit him financially by re-establishing the true worth of his services in the transfer market. If Fabregas were to then, subsequently, decide to force Arsenal allow him to move to Barcelona, he could do so with his head held high; knowing that he has done full justice to his talents and done the best that he could, financially, for himself, his family, children, etc.

    A truly great–all-time great–competitor doesn’t just want to win titles as a cog in the machine for the sake of simply winning titles. The truly great accept the challenge of proving their greatness by being the essential element of their team’s success and refuse to settle for filling their trophy cabinets by just going along for the ride. But, that takes a commitment to becoming great and being willing to risk failure to achieve that goal: it may be another sport, but ask Dirk Nowitski how sweet it is to win when you make that commitment.

    Cesc Fabregas will have to decide what he wants to do and what kind of player he wants to be seen and remembered as. The choice is his.

  11. Onyeabor gabriel

    June 25, 2011 at 9:01 am

    Why is that fabergas’s heart is too dirty? Arsen sold many players to give him more playing time and today all his dream is to leave. Wenger is to blame for not adding more quality in his squad since four year now. Instead he sell his best players every season. Why arsenal? Why wenger? Why fans??

  12. Bonga

    June 25, 2011 at 5:39 pm

    No, Arsenal don’t need Thiago irrespective of Fabregas’ future. There are enough kids already.

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