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Fabregas: I'm Sorry

Arsenal midfielder, Cesc Fabregas, has said sorry for his silly sending off against Everton at Goodison Park yesterday.

The young Spanish player reacted badly to a challenge committed on his friend and team mate, Thiery Henry.

Fabregas rushed into the melee and pushed Tim Cahill in the neck, a silly thing to do and a sending off offence.

Fabregas said 'I was provoked by Tim Cahill and accept that by the rules, my reaction was a red card offence,'

'I want to apologise to my team-mates, and all I can say is that I will learn from this experience.'




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Date:Sunday January 22 2006

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