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Fabregas Shows Gibbs Support

Arsenal captain Cesc Fabregas has spoken out in the aftermath of yesterdays crushing defeat to Manchester United in support of youngster Kieran Gibbs after an unfortunate slip by the left back led to United's opening goal.

Gibbs, who was clearly distraught immediately after the incident, was substituted at half-time and replaced by Emmanuel Eboue, has deputised at left back in the absence of Gael Clichy and has performed his duties admirably showing great character in three massive games in a short period of time, despite being extremely inexperienced, and it's this character that Cesc is urging Gibbs to draw upon to come through the situation a stronger player.

'I'm disappointed for the team, for the fans and also for Gibbsy. He's been amazing for us with what he's done and now he's been so unlucky. He was devastated at half-time and that made me really sad because he is only 19.' Said Fabregas on Sky Sports News

'This can happen to anyone. He has to be strong, he is a very strong guy and he will be a great player for us and for England because he deserves it. Now he has to stand up and be strong because we are all next to him.'




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Writer: Rocky7 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday May 6 2009

Time: 3:12PM

Your Comments

Feel sorry for Gibbs, he's worked his heart out for us. But you can argue that young and inexperienced players like himself should not be put in the position they're being put in at Arsenal. It's unfair to let all the weight rest on such youngsters. High quality experience is needed. Arsene has had his head up his rectum about this issue for too long now.
Moorish
Feel sorry for Gibbs, he's worked his heart out for us. But you can argue that young and inexperienced players like himself should not be put in the position they're being put in at Arsenal. It's unfair to let all the weight rest on such youngsters. High quality experience is needed. Arsene has had his head up his rectum about this issue for too long now.
Moorish
If Wenger had played Eboue or Silvestre at LB instead of Gibbs and we lost then he would have got just as much stick for not selecting Gibbs who has done pretty well so far. Fabianski had a 'mare against Chelsea and recovered. Gibbs needs to be just as strong.
Amos.
If Wenger had played Eboue or Silvestre at LB instead of Gibbs and we lost then he would have got just as much stick for not selecting Gibbs who has done pretty well so far. Fabianski had a 'mare against Chelsea and recovered. Gibbs needs to be just as strong.
Amos.
Wenger gets criticised for believing in his youngsters, yet when he makes a change he gets criticised for not believing in his youngster. I'm surprised the gaffer has any hair left at all.
Rocky7
Wenger gets criticised for believing in his youngsters, yet when he makes a change he gets criticised for not believing in his youngster. I'm surprised the gaffer has any hair left at all.
Rocky7
Gibbs was made to deputize Clichy and was immediately started in big games at Anfield, Wembley and OT -- and overall came thru pretty well for such an inexperienced player. Rocky, it's true, AW can't win. Imagine if Eboue or Silvestre had played there and made an error, he'd be trashed for not playing Gibbs!
jaelle
Gibbs was made to deputize Clichy and was immediately started in big games at Anfield, Wembley and OT -- and overall came thru pretty well for such an inexperienced player. Rocky, it's true, AW can't win. Imagine if Eboue or Silvestre had played there and made an error, he'd be trashed for not playing Gibbs!
jaelle
Fabregas performing a captains role and getting behind the young members of the squad - the old fart that he is! lol
LondonGooner
Fabregas performing a captains role and getting behind the young members of the squad - the old fart that he is! lol
LondonGooner
Well he did turn 22 this week. So just a couple more years until retirement.
Rocky7
Well he did turn 22 this week. So just a couple more years until retirement.
Rocky7
I cannot believe that someone his age has played 200 odd games for us already, amazing. Although this has to be his worst season in terms of overall form and performances that is only due to his exceptionally high standards set previously. Most teams would welcome a Fabregas at 75% with open arms over half their other midfielders.
LondonGooner
I cannot believe that someone his age has played 200 odd games for us already, amazing. Although this has to be his worst season in terms of overall form and performances that is only due to his exceptionally high standards set previously. Most teams would welcome a Fabregas at 75% with open arms over half their other midfielders.
LondonGooner
is it true that the suspicious package the sniffer dog was looking for at half time was a trophy?
SweetLeftFoot
is it true that the suspicious package the sniffer dog was looking for at half time was a trophy?
SweetLeftFoot
Somebody started a rumour that there was Spuds fan with a brain in that section- of course it was just a cruel hoax because that's about as likely as finding Nessie.
elbondo
Somebody started a rumour that there was Spuds fan with a brain in that section- of course it was just a cruel hoax because that's about as likely as finding Nessie.
elbondo
Arsene may have his hair left, but our team as sure made him go grey! As for Gibbs, he will learn from this, I hope he starts on Sunday against Chelski!
hackneyval
Arsene may have his hair left, but our team as sure made him go grey! As for Gibbs, he will learn from this, I hope he starts on Sunday against Chelski!
hackneyval
Who would want to be the manager of Arsenal with stupid comments like 'Arsene has had his head up his rectum about this issue for too long now.' Thank god he doesn't read our blog. And before anyone says its his opinion well this is mine.
alwaysgunner
Who would want to be the manager of Arsenal with stupid comments like 'Arsene has had his head up his rectum about this issue for too long now.' Thank god he doesn't read our blog. And before anyone says its his opinion well this is mine.
alwaysgunner
He has nothing to be ashamed of. It wasnt even a mistake, he was in the right place at the right time and the gods were just against him.
iceman10
He has nothing to be ashamed of. It wasnt even a mistake, he was in the right place at the right time and the gods were just against him.
iceman10
Apparently Nicky was out on the tiles last night but has apologist to the club and the fans, if only all our players were this quick to respond when they do something wrong. Here’s the link. http://www.skysports.com/story/0,19528,11670_5289907,00.html
Armory
Apparently Nicky was out on the tiles last night but has apologist to the club and the fans, if only all our players were this quick to respond when they do something wrong. Here’s the link. http://www.skysports.com/story/0,19528,11670_5289907,00.html
Armory
Too distraught to write anything comprehensible last nite but looking back now,I have to say THIS team has arguably over-achieved this season. How many thought this team will make it to 2 semis with the way we were playing before Christmas. We battled past Roma;brushed Villareal aside and were knocked out by the defending champions. Other so called teams with experience& big names like Madrid,Juve,Inter, Munchen are no where in sight. Now its up to Wenger if he wants to push on by signing a few quality players who will impact on the team and add depth and improve the team or keep believing and experimenting with these set of players.(Quality players dont necessarily mean big money players)no matter what is said here its up to Wenger
D'arsassin
Too distraught to write anything comprehensible last nite but looking back now,I have to say THIS team has arguably over-achieved this season. How many thought this team will make it to 2 semis with the way we were playing before Christmas. We battled past Roma;brushed Villareal aside and were knocked out by the defending champions. Other so called teams with experience& big names like Madrid,Juve,Inter, Munchen are no where in sight. Now its up to Wenger if he wants to push on by signing a few quality players who will impact on the team and add depth and improve the team or keep believing and experimenting with these set of players.(Quality players dont necessarily mean big money players)no matter what is said here its up to Wenger
D'arsassin
It's barca V utd in the final, come on Henry get your medal.
Armory
YES!! YES!! YES!! THERE IS A GOD AND HIS NAME IS INIESTA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU!!! NO REPEAT OF LAST YEAR'S REVOLTING SEMIFINAL!!!! Now, Titi, get that CL trophy you so richly deserve!!!!
jaelle
It's barca V utd in the final, come on Henry get your medal.
Armory
YES!! YES!! YES!! THERE IS A GOD AND HIS NAME IS INIESTA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU!!! NO REPEAT OF LAST YEAR'S REVOLTING SEMIFINAL!!!! Now, Titi, get that CL trophy you so richly deserve!!!!
jaelle
then return home
KingGunner
then return home
KingGunner
The chav site has crashed. Spud virus I assume. The drooling hordes of the lane are coming.
iceman10
The chav site has crashed. Spud virus I assume. The drooling hordes of the lane are coming.
iceman10
Cesc is doing what he should be doing as Captain of The Arsenal, I wouldn't expect anything less. "Win as a Team, Lose as a Team"
hackneyval
Cesc is doing what he should be doing as Captain of The Arsenal, I wouldn't expect anything less. "Win as a Team, Lose as a Team"
hackneyval
Spot on D'arsassin. I thought this team would finish 5th in the PL, they are now going to be comfortable in 4th place. Something like 21 games unbeaten and a semi final place in the CL. How many previous Arsenal teams have reached a semi final? A great and bitter disappointment Tuesday night but this team has done very, very well - not as good as we would wish and we look for more in the future, but the 'Boys done good!' Gibbs should hold his head up high, he has been amazing and one accidental slip doesn't now make him a bad player. Mark my words he will be a great player for us and for England one day.
norfolk dumpling
Spot on D'arsassin. I thought this team would finish 5th in the PL, they are now going to be comfortable in 4th place. Something like 21 games unbeaten and a semi final place in the CL. How many previous Arsenal teams have reached a semi final? A great and bitter disappointment Tuesday night but this team has done very, very well - not as good as we would wish and we look for more in the future, but the 'Boys done good!' Gibbs should hold his head up high, he has been amazing and one accidental slip doesn't now make him a bad player. Mark my words he will be a great player for us and for England one day.
norfolk dumpling
(Off subject sorry) jaelle sorry can not agree with you totally. Although I am not a chelski supporter or ever would or want to be, last night they were the better team as far as football went. Barca stroked the ball around but like us but that doesn't always win games. The ref was appalling and I could agree there would appear (but I really don't believe it ) some reason it had to be other than an all English final;(before someone starts i know they come from all over the planet). That said the behavior of their team really requires severe penalties. The attack on the ref was unparalleled, unpardonable and a disgrace to how football is going in this modern age. If Chelski are let off the hook then heaven help us all. Up until then it was a great game of football, (including the ref stuff ups, how would we have felt if it had been us) but after that 90 minutes it was all down hill. The game is in trouble if ref's are treated this way. (All this is just IMO).
alwaysgunner
(Off subject sorry) jaelle sorry can not agree with you totally. Although I am not a chelski supporter or ever would or want to be, last night they were the better team as far as football went. Barca stroked the ball around but like us but that doesn't always win games. The ref was appalling and I could agree there would appear (but I really don't believe it ) some reason it had to be other than an all English final;(before someone starts i know they come from all over the planet). That said the behavior of their team really requires severe penalties. The attack on the ref was unparalleled, unpardonable and a disgrace to how football is going in this modern age. If Chelski are let off the hook then heaven help us all. Up until then it was a great game of football, (including the ref stuff ups, how would we have felt if it had been us) but after that 90 minutes it was all down hill. The game is in trouble if ref's are treated this way. (All this is just IMO).
alwaysgunner
Chelsea were robbed last night! John Terry's Mum said she had nothing to do with it!
LondonGooner
Chelsea were robbed last night! John Terry's Mum said she had nothing to do with it!
LondonGooner
As much as i hate chelsea, they were truly robbed last night. Though nothing can justify the way Drogba and Ballack acted after the finall whistle. Looking at very lengthy bans those two.
kanav_gooner
As much as i hate chelsea, they were truly robbed last night. Though nothing can justify the way Drogba and Ballack acted after the finall whistle. Looking at very lengthy bans those two.
kanav_gooner
ag, sorry, I can't agree that Chelsea were the "better team." I understand how Chelsea supporters feel, gooners have been thru such injustices before. But Barca had 1, maybe 2 legitimate penalty calls in the first leg ignored too. Plus in the 2nd leg Abidal's red card was totally uncalled for. So it's not as if Chelsea were the only team hard done by. Furthermore, if anyone had started watching the game after Abidal's send-off and heard the commentator say the phrase "playing with 10 men," that person would be perfectly right to assume the commentator was talking about Chelsea fighting bravely with only 10 men given the way they were playing. Certainly that viewer would be surprised to realize that the commentator was referring to the ATTACKING team, the only team on the pitch trying to ATTACK with 10 men down while 11-man Chelsea just sat back and defended. I'm supposed to be impressed by a team with the expensive, big, strong talents of Chelsea defending with 11 men against a physically smaller and weaker team of 10 men who are the only team on the pitch trying to create chances? And for all the ridicule of Barca's defense (a makeshift one at that), they did pretty damned well against a team that's supposedly so superior. How can anyone call Chelsea the "better" team in that game? Can't say Barca were brilliant either but with 10 men and they're the only ones on the pitch still creating chances and launching persistent attacks? No question, they deserved to go thru. Getting past Utd of course, is another question entirely. // On another matter, can't understand all this media outrage in the UK over the penalty call against Fletcher. Yes, it's sad he'll miss the final and I don't think he should've been sent off. But the guy clearly fouled Cesc, it doesn't matter if he got the ball.
jaelle
BTW, did any of you guys see Beckham rubbing his hands in uncontrolled, malicious delight when Cronaldo scored his free kick? He thought the cameras didn’t catch him because he was in one of those enclosed boxes. It was the real hate-Arsenal face of Beckham. After the game, skysports showed Ferguson chatting and laughing with Capello while Beckham stood to the side, waiting for a moment with Fergie. After Fergie spent a good amount of time with Capello, he just sailed right by Beckham with barely an acknowledgment. Hilarious!
jaelle
i love this picture...3 ex arsenal players...cashley slouching in disappointment and henry and hleb in the backgroundhttp://www.guardian.co.uk/football/gallery/2009/may/06/champions-league-chelsea-barcelona?picture=346987856
operationmindcrime
jaelle your point about the first match is correct and to some degree there was only one team playing attacking football and I do agree Barca did stroke the ball around. I further agree they were smaller in size but I still felt Chelski did play better far better than in the first leg and had many opportunities to score. I've just watched a full replay and two of their claims for a penalty were correctly refused by the ref but where the ball hit the arm of Pique (not the right spelling) that was a straight penalty no doubt about it. But as I said that was IMO; nevertheless the behavior after the match was just so wrong that it must be treated with severe punishment. Ballack actually touched the ref, that must be a six week ban as for Diving Drogba you tell me. In addition the Toothless FA must also impose a ban, they wont of course; but if that had been us well you tell me what would happen.
alwaysgunner
As for Beckham, (he looked like someone rubbing salt into our wounds) the true colours come out; why do we persist in helping others (Hull example) when they just spit in our faces?
alwaysgunner
ag, no question the ref was just plain awful last night, BOTH refs were terrible this week -- the ref was just as bad at the Nou Camp last week. The only good ref performance was in our semi at OT. As for the conduct of the Chelsea players....it is very educational and totally disgusting to see the English media sympathize with their anger and behavior since we all know how they'd react if that had been Arsenal. They're filthy hypocrites, all of them.
jaelle
also, ag, re Becks---he was sitting with Flamini who was visibly upset with Becks for the way he was acting. He's still a supporter. And yes, our club has a real masochistic streak. I bet you if Hull asked for some other kind of favor, the geniuses at Arsenal would readily agree, and with a big smile too.
jaelle
I agree with Jaelle in that Barcelona deserved to go through IMO. If they got the penaltly for the foul on Henry in the first leg, they probably go 1-0 in front and then it's a different game because Chelsea have to come out. Also, wasn't 'park the bus' a Mourinho phrase about teams that just came to defend? Well, what did Chelsea do at the Camp Nou? I'm glad Barca are through because I am SO looking forward to Messi vs Ronaldo and would love to see Messi destroy both Ronaldo and Man Utd.
Gooner_Vin
I have to say I am enjoying Hleb's bit-part role at Barca. He barely played if at all in the CL semis. He would have been a definite starter if he had stayed with us... Warming the bench is the summit of his ambition, same with Flamini....
Gael-Force
Yeah - and now he may pick up a winner's medal. Barcelona didn't deserve to go through ffs, you talk about Chelsea being negative over there, but tell me, how many shots on target did Barce have the other night? One.
shewore
Defensive or offensive, both are styles of football and both are within the laws of the game, so whether a team is using either tactic is totally their prerogative and because we have been spoilt recently I sense a certain "snobbishness" when other play defensively from other gooners. Don't forget under GG we were 10 times worse than Chelsea have been recently and I don't recall many gooners being happy to be slagged off by other teams fans......Beckhams a knob and always will be, glad Fergie blanked him. Why was Flamini there? As for next season, I hope we turn the heating off in Hull's dressing room and pi** in their team bath before they arrive, maybe dish out a few turd burgers for them in their lockers also before half time, nothing more than the way a club that has acted like that deserves to be treated, the scabby oompa loompa look a like!
LondonGooner
Couldn't agree more re the snobbishness LG. What you gotta bear in mind is that a lot of posters on internet sites only started supporting Arsenal after we won things in the late 90's
shewore
That sounds about right, although some people cannot help that due to age, some are late converts and others are the more recent Johnny come latelies that the club has attracted through placing more importance on the corporate side of things.
LondonGooner
Got nothing against the age thing - Just learn your history - that's all i ask!
shewore
Thank you SO much for the patronizing scolding but I started following Arsenal during Graham's second to last season while working and living in London. I know very well what it means to watch boring-boring-Arsenal and how we were often ridiculed for it, so you can take your superiority complex elsewhere. As for Barca, I stand by my admiration for Barca and happiness that they've gone thru, don't give a damn about who got how many shots on target yadayadayada. Chelsea got ONE shot on target at the Camp Nou and failed to score. Barca got ONE shot on target and scored, boo hoo. These two games were an extremely hard game emotionally for Barca's players -- over 180 mins. of dominating play, you go past 1 player, you go past 2 players, and then there's 3 more players to go past, then 4, and to do that for more than 180 mins. and have the mental strength to keep on doing it as your football-loving soul is destroyed by defenders just getting pieces of the ball knocking it away destroying the flow of the game but you keep at it, PLAYING FOOTBALL while the other team just stands there doing nothing but destroying your work, you keep on going and goin...Iniesta and Xavi--I have no idea what mileage they racked up but it must have been an incredible number...Iniesta, utterly exhausted, in the 95th minute, at that point your tendency is to rock your heels back but he did that only slightly and found the mental and physical strength to strike a brilliant volley to save his team....THAT'S mental toughness, THAT'S resilience, not Chelsea's well-organized spoiler thuggery. Absolutely NOTHING that Chelsea did can compare to the unbelievable effort Barca players put in, nothing. And then there's the unbelievable ignorance to trash Messi in comparion to Cronaldo's performance at the Grove. Messi was triple-marked all night long and constantly fouled while Cronaldo played against a team that gave up all self belif and gave him tons of space.
jaelle
Jaelle, Chelsea outplayed Barce over 2 legs, you're reverting to your love of the latin game there, ask an Italian what they prefer for example. And i most certainly wasn't having a pop at you in any way, shape or form.
shewore
"Chelsea outplayed Barce" -- sorry, how did they "outplay" Barca exactly? What's your definition of "outplaying?" That's a word I hear Brits use all the time in incredibly vague, lazy fashion. What's your criteria for saying that? What exactly did Chelsea create? The notion that Chelsea were better than Barca is ludicrous--neither was Barca "better" than Chelsea, for that matter. And YOU'RE betraying the British tendency to be incredibly impressed with fake "grit" which amounts to cowardice against a team that dares to play football. It's one thing if Sunderland plays that way against Man Utd (and understandable), not the world's most expensive team with lots of talent. If Barca are so crap, then why is it necessary to fear them so much? Chelsea played from fear, that's all. Barca showed none.
jaelle
Apologies if I sound sensitive on this subject, it's because for the last 2 days I've listened to and read Brits and Americans and others on both sides of the pond trash Barca and Spain in general in near-xenophobic fashion, ridicule Messi and preen about the supposed superiority of the PL, a league in which all the teams in the bottom half last week couldn't win one game nor even get on the scoresheet (except 1 team scored 1 goal), a league that can't ever make an impact in the UEFA cup. How would an in-form Maradona do against Chelsea's tactics?
jaelle
My criteria for that is the passes made/completed ratio. It's the ultimate yardstick in football, and i think that should be worth a goal in itself, simples.
shewore
I think it's difficult to call who deserved to go through between Chelsea and Barca. For me, there's nothing wrong with Chelsea being defensive, it was obviously part of the gameplan and it very, very nearly worked to a tee. The very reason I tipped Chelsea to go through was because I didn't feel Barca would be able to deal with this tactical approach which they don't face often in La Liga. The "who tried to play better attacking football" debate is null and void, if Barca can't break Chelsea down, why should Chelsea change the way they're playing? It's smart football is all. As it turned out Barca scored with their first shot on target, you could make an argument for Barca based on the fact that they were more clinical. Chelsea created a lot more chances over two legs, but Barca took theirs, which I think is a tick in the box for them over Chelsea. If you don't have the temperament and skill to finish your chances, you deserve nowt. But Chelsea's lack of killer instinct in front of goal wasn't down to Baca's excellence. I think it was a tight one to call, with the two penalty decisions which definitely should have been given, I think Chelsea just about have the right to feel a little robbed.
Little Dutch
jaelle, I think it is a fact that the EPL is best league in Europe. Having said that it should be also noted where the footballers come from. In the past the best leagues were without doubt from Italy and Spain. I also think and you would have to agree that most people from the football world acknowledge that Messi and Winking Ronaldo,(apart from his diving) are among the best footballers around. Looking at all the footballers around its hard to put but a few British players amounst that group. As I've said before I did think IMO Chelski were unlucky to lose. As for Maradona don't get me started, great player but a bloody cheat.
alwaysgunner
"I think it is a fact that the EPL is best league in Europe" -- when people say that all they're referring to is the top 4, that's it. The PL is full of mediocre, truly awful teams below the top 4. I see far more skill in Spain and Italy in middtable or even bottom table teams. Bottom table teams in England rarely give a tough time to the top 4, that's not the case in Spain and Italy, where teams like Lecce, Siena, Numancia, Bilbao, Espanyol really give the top teams a hard time and manage draws and even wins far more than the bottom PL teams do against the top tier. As for Barca-Chelsea, I won't go on anymore beyond repeating this: FIRST LEG - one legitimate penalty turned down, a legitimate sending off that was not called. (Barca had every reason to feel aggrieved). Chelsea have ONE shot on target and fail to score. Chelsea commit constant fouls throughout the game and the ref ignores most of them. SECOND LEG: two (and ONLY TWO) legitimate penalties turned down, an illegitimate sending off for Barca. Barca have ONE shot on target and score. Chelsea commit constant fouls and the ref ignores most of them. Further, against 10 men, Chelsea the team full of "grit" and "courage" still defend defend defend like cowards. If they had played attacking football, nobody would be discussing this. The manager determines the tactics. They played conservatively and very defensively for both legs. This result has nothing to do with the referee, it has to do with the tactical manner in which Chelsea chose to play the game. In the first leg they made no effort to leave their own half whatsoever. Now, they are paying the price for how they chose to play.
jaelle
correction: "FIRST LEG - one legitimate penalty turned down, a legitimate sending off that was not called. (Barca had every reason to feel aggrieved)." -- I refer to Ballack not getting a deserved second yellow card.
jaelle
 

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