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Cesc Doesn't Want To Leave Either

Cesc Fabregas has reittereated his intentions to remain a Gooner after much speculation has linked him with a return to Spain.

After successfully filling the void left by Patrick Vieira, Cesc Fabregas has caught the eye of almost every big club in the world, Cesc himself had not ruled out a return to Spain, but only after a long and distinguished career at the Arsenal.

In the week leading up to the Champions League final, Fabregas said,

'I keep hearing all the talk and reading the stories here and in Spain, but I am not someone who gets distracted by rumours.'

'I always leave these matters in the hands of the people I trust.'

'The facts are that I am in London and I am very happy here. I owe alot to Arsenal and I never think about leaving.'

Calming words there from the young maestro, and having only just signed a new contract till 2011, Fabregas will become one of the best midfielders in the world.

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Writer:Rocky7
Date:Thursday May 11 2006
Time: 11:14PM

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Cesc Fabregas is a level-headed matured individual who can be trusted from the way I see him. His choice of words are reassuring and straight to the point without leaving any loose ends for observers to cook up anything dramatic. The Gooner world is very proud of you man.
SWPACIFIC
12/05/2006 00:05:00
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And long may it continue
HK_Gunner
12/05/2006 05:12:00
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when he was played in more seasons and gets more experienced he is going to be top quality.
jono_forest
12/05/2006 07:11:00
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I think you'll find (if you watch premiership football), that he is already top quality jono.
FEn_100
13/05/2006 16:15:00
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