“I’ve cried after defeats, and the others laughed.” Fabregas spoke about leaving Arsenal

Midfielder “Monaco” Cesc Fabregas told why he decided to leave Arsenal. The Spaniard defended the colors of the gunners from 2003 to 2011, after which he transferred to Barcelona.

“I was a captain, always felt a lot of pressure. Had to lead this team to win something. I gave it all. Sometimes after you defeat crying while returning home.

Before I suffered, I had a sleepless night. Imagine you are back in the bus after losing the match, you are depressed, destroyed, and then hear some of the players laugh and decide where to relax.

It lasted several years. We played beautiful football, and I enjoyed it, but I put pressure on himself to lead the team. At some point, felt a little lonely.

In the last two or three years, believed that Robin van Persie and Samir Nasri are the only players who were on my level from the point of view of psychology and technology. Not to sound arrogant, I just felt it.

Many things came to my mind. I must admit that I was a bit devastated and exhausted mentally and physically. It was difficult, knowing that I’m doing everything and that we’re missing a few of the transfers that the club did not commit.

Seeing the attitude of some players, I felt that I wanted to try my hand somewhere else. If not for that, I would not have left Arsenal the Fabregas Goal with a link to Arseblog.

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