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Fabregas: 'it's A Great Feeling'

Cesc Fabregas says it's a great feeling playing against Spurs. He didn't explain why, but I expect it's because it's a team that doesn't often beat us.

Ok, so the aritlce isn't really about that but I couldn't turn down the chance to have a dig at Spu*s, no matter how small!

Cesc says that he doesn't need to rest after calls from Gooners everywhere to give the youngster a rest.

Fabregas is still just 19-years-old and has only missed 3 games for The Gunners this season. One through suspension and 2 in the Carling Cup.

'The boss has not said anything to me about taking a break,' Fabregas said.

'In the Carling Cup, a lot of players have been rested. For me, I like playing this kind of game. That is why I play football - to enjoy.

'The manager just told me he was planning to play me and asked if I was happy about it. I said, 'of course'.

'I always want to play - even more against Tottenham. It is a great feeling.'




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Writer: Nick Simmonett  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday January 25 2007

Time: 11:14PM

Your Comments

"A team that doesn't often beat us" ........and the understatment of the year award goes to.........
Rocky7
:D I didn't want to sound too cocky.
simmy8_2000
What a great Warrior Cesc is. He is developing into a magnificent player and more importantly a great person(ality). Hat off to you young man!
G4L
great lad i thin football is his best freind
afghenry
i have one question i know it is a late one, we have 2 away goals in the Carling CUp what happens of the second leg finishes 0-0 will we go to the final or we have to play ET?
afghenry
i *think* the away goals rule only comes into effect should the game finish level on goals AFTER extra time, afghenry... »»Arsene knows««
Wingston75
we win if it finishes 0-0..
go4it_adi
Oh that is not good then Wingston i was thinking it is like away goals of Chams league
afghenry
If he can create such goals, then why wont it be a great feeling? not just for him, for us fans as well.
prits
champions league*
afghenry
FaBrEgAs is FaBuLoUs
afghenry
Away goals only count after extra time. If it's 0-0 after 90, its ET, if it stays that way after 120, we win.
Little Dutch
i m sure it wont be 0-0 after 90 mins
afghenry
by the way THEO missed the GOLDEN chance to get his first goal for ARSENAL
afghenry
Away goals only count after extra time. If it's 0-0 after 90, its ET, if it stays that way after 120, we win. - What a confusing rule...either away goals should count throughout or not. Well anyway, guess I was wrong about the 0-0/1-1 scenario getting us through, but we're still in a pretty good position.
Shinobi
a very good position indeed for THE ARSENAL
afghenry
this is ridiculous then. the two away goals count for nothing then in the first 90 mins. what if spurs would have won the first leg 2-1 and we winning the second 1-0 after 90 mins. what's the rule then?
luckys_10
Of course if Arsenal win three - nil it dont matter about away goals. Big task for Spurs having blown the first leg.
col8
Where did this come from about away goals counting double only after extra time?? Anyway it doesn't matter either way a 0-0 or 1-1 draw is still good enough whether its at the end of 90 mins or 120 mins!! Spurs have to win or score 2 goals or more & draw.
Ashburton Gooner
col8 couldn't have put it better myself, blown is the right choice of words.. looking forward to wednesday, i can almost see myself driving down the M4 to cardiff !! i remember the last time we met chelsea in a final, nice sunny may day, fans mingling together enjoying a great occaision, oh and we won that day too !
PUREGOLD
 

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