Both Xavi and CESC have been disrespectful to Arsenal….

By on July 16, 2011

This weeks story lies mainly in the comments made by Xavi” The C*nt” Hernandez. That Spanish “Chakka” which means 6 (because he wears the no 6) and also eunuch  (in a native indian language)  has come out this week and spoken to the media about the conversations he has had with our beloved captain. Apparently, Cesc wants to leave badly, INFACT he wants to leave VERY BADLY…

Hmmmm, so what does this mean for Arsenal and more importantly for Fabregas. Well, simply putting it, we can draw 2 conclusions:

The guy is in such a situation that if he falters even a little bit he is going to get penalised from all directions of the Arsenal sphere.

OR

He’s screwed

Let’s face some facts. Cesc Fabregas is a worthy captain and a top class footballer. He leads the team, and is one of the best players at Arsenal FC, if not the best. He has stayed at this club since he was 16, BUT RIGHT now he WANTS TO GO TO Spain. We all know it, and its better if we just admit it.

Now of course some may refute what I say. They may feel that I am out of my mind and have nothing better to do with myself, but let me tell you this. Francesc Fabregas wants to leave the club, and will love the chance to jump ship to FC Barcelona. He does not want to stay, and that is clearly evident from his behaviour and attitude towards us Gooners.

WHY I FEEL THIS WAY:

If he ACTUALLY wanted to stay in London, he could have come out and made a statement that would crush all rumours for good. He can easily come out and say that he has no intention to move to Spain and that he is focused on Arsenal. He can at the same time deny what Xavi has said

I spoke to Cesc in Ibiza and he said he was suffering because he wanted to come.

“It’s more like, he did everything he could to come and wants to leave Arsenal, although he made it clear that now everything depends on the selling club.”

But no he won’t. Why ? Well because he knows that this transfer is what he wants. He wants to leave Arsenal, and I say let him go*

If he leaves, Arsenal can have a fresh start ( with experienced players) and only if you do have a fresh start can you achieve something. Built the team around Nasri. His ideal position is CAM. Jack Wilshere is also a rising star. And so is Ramsey. There are ALWAYS options.

PROBLEM WITH THIS TRANSFER:

Firstly, the problem with this transfer is that it WILL both mentally & physically weaken this Arsenal side. Immediately we will be written off as title contenders, and be bullied into “top 4 contenders” IF not worse!

Secondly, Arsenal is built around this man, so if he leaves a massive transformation is required on the pitch.

And the main issue…..

To be honest, with Cesc leaving, the time to refresh and start again is too short. This transfer should have happened the day the season ended. We would have got money from Cesc, not have to pay 110,000 a week to him anymore and the money obtained could be used to sign Nasri.

The problem now is that if WE DO SELL Cesc, there is not enough time to rebuild the squad. The main question will be “ Who will replace him ?” Followed up shortly by “Will he be a player who already plays for us OR another signing.”  And if it is the latter, then who ? Moreover, even if we identify the latter (Sneijder), “Will he come ?”

I mean look at the amount of time we took to sign Gervinho. And he is YET TO BE OFFICIALLY UNVIELD!

IN SHORT

Cesc should have landed in El prat 2 days after the season ended. A deal should have been done and all would be sorted by now. Now it’s a risk keeping him. He will not play with his heart, and to win you have to do that. Yes, he is a bag of class but because of the situation that class is not the same. He is not the Cesc of old. That guy had Arsenal in his heart, this one, has “Bar”senal…

Yeah, I know it sounds lame but you get my point. We can only wait and see what comes of this transfer saga. Everyday there are reports that Cesc inches closer to a move, and then the occasional Wenger chant of ” Leave this transfer alone.” Who knows what is going to happen, all we can do is wait…

Guns-out,

Submitted by THE ARMOURY

 

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11 Comments

  1. Rambling Jack

    July 16, 2011 at 12:50 pm

    Yes this is all well and good, but the key to unlocking this lies with Barca and Barca alone. While they obviously want Cesc, they do not actually need him right now. So they won’t cough up the market rate to facilitate the move but instead run a war of attrition through the media to try and force it through on the cheap. If they can’t nick him they will at least keep the disruption boiling in the hope that the player and/or the club eventually cave in.

    • Ogban

      July 16, 2011 at 1:32 pm

      Agree with you totally.Arsenal should hold firm and refuse to be intimidated even if the player comes out to say he wants to leave. Mancity are holding firm to what they want for Tervez even though the player wants out. So wht
      y can’t Arsenal? But if an acceptable offer comes, the man should be sold. No point carrying disgruntled players. Arsenal is greater than any player.

  2. g

    July 16, 2011 at 1:04 pm

    I don’t think its fair to blame Cesc. He’s a world class player who has been a loyal servant for almost a decade. Of course he wants to go home but he has too much love for us to hand in a transfer request. Even if his heart is in Barca, as long as he is an arsenal player he will give his all because he is a winner. What more can you ask from him? I love him to bits and he’ll always be a legend in my eyes, but I hope Barca make a real offer soon so we can move all move on. ( Until they start all over again next summer with Wilshere.)

  3. lewis

    July 16, 2011 at 1:12 pm

    you shouldn’t put so many CAPITAL LETTERS in your piece.

    it would improve the look of the post, let the context of your post grab the attentiona dn not just CAPITAL LETTERS SHOUTING AT EVERYONE.

  4. para

    July 16, 2011 at 2:24 pm

    Cesc should be sold. But as long as that has not happened, it is crucially important that the team is not built around him anymore, he should be use as an impact player from the bench.
    Time for AFC to restructure now before the season starts, and not have to depend on a want-away player.
    Forward on gunners.

  5. Kiku Ssekatawa

    July 16, 2011 at 3:33 pm

    I’m seriously beginning to doubt the ‘Cesc loves Arsenal’ claims. The truth of the matter is that he doesn’t! What he has is shyness, which holds him from telling his manager that he doesn’t love the club. Get me right. If the boy loved the club,he would not want to leave at this time,when the club needs him most, when he knows that his injuries last season were his club’s undoing to winning any trophy, when he knows that given his quality, the club more than deserves to get as much money as possible-which can come as a result of a better season now that he has managed to get a football-free off-season, when he knows that he has a four-year-contract to respect, and, when he knows that he’s the captain of the club!! A captain who loves his club cannot leave for a grand prix when the team he’s supposedly leading has fixtures to negotiate. That can’t be love, unless ‘love’ has changed to mean something else. Should he be let go? No, of course. If he was to go, he should have left already, because such is his importance to the club that, with the season barely a month away, there’s no longer enough time to prepare for life without him, & Wenger should make that clear to him.He should also be made to understand that much as he wants to leave, Arsenal values him much higher than his suitors are willing to offer, so, he can only go at the right price, & at the time sees as right, because that is the meaning of the contract. Going to Barcelona doesn’t have to be at any cost, even if it means making the club lose money, do not hold the club that made you what you are to ransom, Mr. Fabregas!

  6. RGG

    July 16, 2011 at 4:13 pm

    Cesc said it all depends on the selling club did he Xavi? Rubbish!
    Cesc wants to leave – Arsenal have not said (like they did in previous summers) that he is not for sale.
    His valuation is no doubt between 40-50m.
    It’s therefore all about the BUYING club. He is for sale, but only at the right price. If the buyer meets that price, then it happens.
    If it doesn’t, Cesc knows who to be upset with & it ain’t Arsenal!

  7. mas

    July 16, 2011 at 6:26 pm

    your comment is sucks

  8. Nzekwe Asugha

    July 16, 2011 at 6:29 pm

    Wenger is solely to blame in this Saga. If he had made the team competive enough with good players,no one will bother on Fab leaving or not. Barcelona and her players lack class. They feel a false sense of entitlement on Fab, but they should realize that he is contracted to Arsenal. Let them pay the real prize or shut up. Every player comes from some where. Can they sale Messi to his old club just because he is from there? This is disgusting indeed.

  9. Azfar

    July 17, 2011 at 3:12 am

    To me, there’s that matter of the payment too..if i read correctly, there were disagreements with the payment method. Not sure where I read it, but it said that Barca wanted to pay in installments, something that Arsene definitely won’t agree to, since he’s going to sell his best player and he expects a swift return on profits, and possibly much needed cash to get a replacement (though i admit, with Arsene’s record, he’ll probably try to sign another cheapskate player). Plus, Arsene is trying to keep his team in the balance and Barca is trying to provoke Arsenal to sell Cesc. The disrespect the Barca team, even the Barca mayor, was unwanted and unneeded.

  10. Aussiehopper

    July 17, 2011 at 4:38 am

    Although,
    i am a man united supporter what Barcelona are doing regarding Fabregas possible transfer is wrong, if as they say Arsenals captain is suffering then
    no doubt Xavi and his teamates would be prepared to take a 20% pay cut in their contracts to enable their near bancrupt club to offer Arsenal a fair and reasonable price for their inspirational captain.

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