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Fabregas Happy With Henry Stay

Cesc Fabregas has revealed the happiness within the Arsenal squad upon Henry decision to stay with the Gunners.

For months on end there was the 'will he, won't he' feeling around Highbury from both players and fans alike. Like me, many people were very worried that we would lose our best player, but also like me, Fabregas was exstatic when he decided to stay.

'All of Thierry's team-mates are so happy he decided to stay with Arsenal,' claimed Cesc.

'There is no doubt that with him at the club we will still be able to challenge in every single competition.'

'To find an adequate replacement was impossible. Our attacking capabilities would have been greatly damaged.'

The temptation for Henry to join Barcelona must have been extraordinary, but the feeling of togetherness and family like qualities at Arsenal was just too much to leave behind. Saying at the time of signing a new contract,

'The truth is I love this club'




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Writer: Rocky7 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday July 25 2006

Time: 10:12AM

Your Comments

cesc adores henry the way he plays and so much more.Theres no reason not for him to be happy
kenyanrudeboy
they probably all kiss each other. fabregas cant get enough of the smell of cheese first thing in the morning! how could he leave that all behind?
elmo85
Oh, that's so adorable. They like each other. They really, really do. Al together now, Koombaya , My Lord, Koombaya... .
greatwhitenorf
dont forgent the guy is still a kid relly he probley looks at henry like a brother, it is sweet relly but i think that it how we all feel relly glad and relived that le god decided to stay
Walcott
 

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