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Wenger: 'No Movement' on Fabregas Situation

Arsenal boss, Arsene Wenger says there`s nothing to say with regards to the possible transfer of Cesc Fabregas to Barcelona as there has been "no movement".

Cesc Fabregas has yet to feature in Arsenal`s pre-season build up amidst speculation he`s deep in talks with the club, however those rumours had been rubbished by Wenger claiming the Spaniard is simply not ready to play.

To coincide with those comments the Arsenal gaffer says there is simply "no comment" to be made as absolutely nothing, has happened.

"The position at the moment [with Fabregas] is a 'no comment` situation because there is no movement at all,"

I guess it can only be a good thing that we edge closer to a new season and the chances of Cesc staying are only growing.

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Writer: Rocky7 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Saturday July 23 2011

Time: 10:07AM

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Well if they ARE "flying in," to offer a final £33.5 million, I trust he WILL be staying because that is nowhere near good enough to compensate the loss of a player of his calibre and influence. Where do Barca think they are "shopping?" In the "Pound Shop?" They can fly back out again and go home and do what the Asian Arsenal supporters suggested they do in the first place.
Ooh, two goals in the first 15 mins from the fivehead v Koln
Don't get too excited Mr Nikojalins,it is only a preseason game.vidic,terry,dejong,cattermole are all licking their lips.GOD help gervinho.
Rocky7, only trouble is that Barca is raising money from player sales and may drag this into August which won't augur well for our preparation and team spirit unless we have a Plan B, at the expiration of some deadline. I am not too sure to what extent Cesc's 'injury' is a good reason why our Captain cannot make a team building trip to Germany. If it is a protest, then I am not too sure I care to have him around in view of the toxic effect this could have; especially as we cannot afford to let him "rot in the reserves" as Levi recently threatened Modric.
Another troll for the new season. Dannism is a chav fan if it was not evident from the off. The Cologne game was a good workout for us but one hopes the injury to Henderson and the knocks that Gervinho and Jenkinson took are not serious.
Cesc's head has well and truly been turned for good. The 'injury' he is carrying isn't fooling many and its time to look at the new season without Fab.
What is a chav?
According to the Urban Dictionary: Chav Picture this a young lad about 12 years of age and 4 ½ feet high baseball cap at ninety degrees in a imitation addidas tracksuit, with trouser legs tucked into his socks (of course, is definitely the height of fashion). This lad is strutting around, fag in one hand jewellery al over the over, outside McDonalds acting as if he is 8 foot tall and built like a rugby player, when some poor unsuspecting adult (about 17/18) walks round the corner wanting to go to mcdonalds for his dinner glances at the young lad, the young lad jumps up in complete disgust and says “Whats your problem? Wanna make sommin of it? Bling Bling” when the adult starts to walk towards the young lad, the young lad *****es himself and runs off to either his pregnant 14-year-old girlfriend or his brother in the army crying his eyes out.
Thanks for the definition,gunnerblood.You sure have a way with words!
whats a chav lol, wow you must've come all the way from another planet in your quest to hunt the glory. How do you find the air on earth?
I believe ur definition Mr Gunnerblood,but thats nt what my dictionary says.WINNERS DICTIONARY:CHAV(noun)(inf.) A chav is someone,an organisation,a corporate body that after so many years of struggle finally broke loose from the chains of mediocrity much to the disappointment and hatred of his neighbours and competitors.
Trolling Vital Arsenal is the provence of Spuddies...on that note, surprised nobody brought up that own goal yet.
Impossible to watch og without thinking of Dixon's best goal for us.
Like that Dannism
Blue India
WINNERS DICTIONARY- CHAV(2)(verb):the act of breaking loose from mediocrity despite being aware of the hatred it might attract.e.g:1.malaga are looking to chav their way to a top 7 finish next season;2.after several years of hardwork Mr John have finally chavved to the post of the C.E.O.;3.Man city chavved through man utd en route to their F.A cup triumph.
You may be right, Chelsea did break loose from their mediocrity after the former plastic toy manufacturer and now oligarch threw his roubles around. The meaning of 'Chav' that applies here is that of a juvenile delinquent.
OT, but what do we think the reaction of the fans will be to Nasri? I think the Club would have underestimated that as I think it will be at least as bad as what Adebayor got. I really can't for the life of me fathom why we're keeping him. Let him and go and let's move on.
I think there is a lot to be considered not the least of which is Cesc's status with the club. The thinking must be that with increased package and a central role, it will be easier to make Nasri sign a new deal. On the other hand, if we have to keep Cesc (because Barca fail to meet our valuation), the Nasri decision can be taken more firmly (sell to City for 20m+). Unfortunately, it is the club taking the pressure in both scenarios. But for fans' reaction, the club should have just sold both and focus.
It's clear the two scenarios are linked. If Cesc wasn't thinking about going Nasri would be out the door and vice versa. It'll be hard for us if both go. I think the fans won't be as vocal towards Nasri-bayor as they were Ade, but the truth is we're all fickle as all hell. If Nasri starts playing blinders week in week out, we'll soon forget it. If he doesn't (as Adebayor didn't) we won't. I think the club seem to be concerned about what the prospect of both going would be image wise, possibly in terms of recruting players as much as how fans will react. It's one of the risks you run when you go for a price rise, you can't rightly sell on two of your best players straight after doing that. The club put a lot of pressure on themselves for this summer when they hiked the prices. I don't think the fans would be too bothered about Nasri and Cesc going if a good attempt is made at replacing them both.
Little Dutch

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