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Tuesday, March 11, 2008

Cesc Fabregas Looking to another Arsenal-Barcelona Champions League Final

You already know that Arsenal lost to Barcelona in the final of Champions League two seasons ago. Now, it seems that Arsenal midfielder Cesc Fabregas is gearing up to take the revenge of that defeat. The Spanish international recently expressed his wish to avoid Barcelona at the quarter final because he was looking forward to face his former club at the final of the Champions League.

Fabregas started his career at the youth team of Barcelona where he could not make his room to the senior side before moving to Arsenal in 2003. The midfielder expressed his dissatisfaction being failed to make it to the senior side at the Catalan club. However, he has been happy at Arsenal and flourished his career with the club. Fabregas also added that he would have recommended Barcelona to include Arsene Wenger, the present manager of Arsenal, as the coach, if he had been at the club.

Telegraph reported:

We'd like to avoid them [Barcelona] at this stage and save them for the final after what happened in Paris two seasons ago.

"But if we do draw them then we know we will have a big extra incentive to beat them and we believe we could do it."

He said: "If I was at Barcelona then I'd recommend they sign Wenger as coach.

"I'd rather not think of what might have become of me had I stayed at Barca. But I don't regret leaving because I'm at a fantastic club.

Cesc Fabregas has been a regular first team choice of Arsene Wenger since Patrick Vieira moved to Juventus in 2005. He has been in an impressive run so far this season. Fabregas scored the first of Arsenal’s 2-0 victory over AC Milan in the second leg match of Champions League. Now, let us see if Fabregas could continue his excellent form and lead Arsenal to another Champions League final.

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