Arsenal without Fabregas
December 29, 2009 8:36am CST
Arsenal had to lose Cesc Fabregas in the next couple of parties. Although must appear without the life of the game, but the Gunners ready to face the challenge. Fabregas is Arsenal's most sharply with the packing 12 goals in all official parties. He also became the king of assists in the team "Warehouse bullet". One proof of the importance of Fabregas could be seen in action against Aston Villa last weekend. At that Arsenal have a deadlock. In the 57th minute, Arsene Wenger put Fabregas. The results from the Spanish players to pack two goals. But he only played 27 minutes and must be replaced because of injury. Three weeks is the time required by Cesc for healing the injury. That means Arsenal will be without four players were numbered when his back against Portsmouth, Bolton, Everton, Bolton and back. is Arsenal ready to face the days without Fabregas?
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30 Dec 09
Sth similar with the last season. Arshavin replaced Cesc and pulled them through. But those games during the Xmas holidays are quite crucial for all of the teams. But too bad Song has to join the Africa Cup.It's absolutely not good for Arsenal. What we can wish that no more injuries and then there's still some players to choose. If Arshavin has to be a forward to use, Nasri or Ramsey have to replace the Cesc's position. And Denilson will do the job what Song did. But i still hope Wenger to buy some players, a forward, a ,midfielder and a back. Ditch Silvestre and Rosicky,plz.
3 Jan 10
Wenger must've known that this was going to happen at some point of time. Ramsey was being prepared for this and i think Ramsey is a good replacement, he has shown mettle and plenty of gumption but lacks experience, Nasri can also fill in like you mention, so can Rosicky. The BIG problem area is Alex Song. He does so much of dirty work in the midfield, doubling back, breaking up play and Denilson can be sloppy sometimes. I like the way Rosicky plays, the problem is he is prone to injury. These games are going to be extremely crucial for Arsenal.
30 Dec 09
Fabregas has been the lifeline of Arsenal over the past two seasons. Arsenal will definitely miss his presence. The one good thing though is that Arsenal next face Portsmouth and Bolton neither of which really have the arsenal to beat Arsenal. So I would still pick Arsenal to win the next two matches. Everton would be slightly more tougher fixture and Wenger would want to have Fagregas back for that one. Cheers! Ram
30 Dec 09
I definitely think arsenal can cope up without the like of Fabregas in the team just like they did with RVP. Fabregas is always a asset to the midfield as he heads the creative sphere of arsenal's ace mid fielders. Now i guess Nasri and Ramsey will step up to his place and will lead arsenal's midfield. With the likes of Song fabregas RVP missing in the team its definitely a difficult task thought but im sure they will come through with heads up high...