Browsing Cesc Fabregas

Chelsea FC – Diego Costa is Perfect For This Team

Posted on 31 Aug, 2014, by in Soccer

There are better strikers in the world than Diego Costa, but for Chelsea, the Spanish-Brazilian striker might be the perfect fit as Jose Mourinho seems to once again have built himself a team that’s hitting full steam in his second season, right now looking like the scariest side not just in the Premier League but in Europe as well. More

9 Best Memes of Chelsea & Cesc Fabregas Winning Their First Match

Posted on 19 Aug, 2014, by in Soccer

Despite conceding the first goal, Chelsea went on to win their first match of the season, looking more impressive than any other team in the Premier League so far. The meme makers focused on Cesc Fabregas making a splendid debut, Fernando Torres nowhere to be seen and the unhappy Petr Cech. More

Chelsea FC – Cesc Fabregas Makes a Triumphant Premier League Return

Posted on 19 Aug, 2014, by in Soccer

It couldn’t have been a better performance from Chelsea as they opened their Premier League title bid looking very convincing in what could have been a tricky road match. Cesc Fabregas, above everyone else, looked like the perfect signing, feeling quite comfortable being at the center of everything once again after three seasons of not quite understanding what his role is. More

9 Best Memes of Cesc Fabregas Signing With Chelsea

Posted on 13 Jun, 2014, by in Soccer

So Cesc Fabregas did what every Arsenal player does eventually: Sign for a better team. He did take a little detour through Barcelona, but eventually he landed in London again, only for a different club, which resulted in memes and jokes about his loyalty. More

Transfer Rumors 2014 – Barcelona Want to Sell Cesc Frabregas so They Can Buy Koke

Posted on 2 Jun, 2014, by in Soccer

It seems that Cesc Fabregas is living in one big transfer rumor since becoming a Barcelona player once again. This time, however, it might be more serious, with sources in Spain suggesting the club have told him is going to be sold so they can use the transfer money and sign Koke from Atletico Madrid. More

FC Barcelona – Lionel Messi Needs His Teammates to Score

Posted on 6 Feb, 2014, by in Soccer

Even through Barcelona did get the job done for the most part, it was impossible to shake the feeling of slight disappointment from the overall performance and especially upfront, where Lionel Messi set up his teammates numerous times with comfortable opportunities that should have been easily converted. More

FC Barcelona – Neymar Shines Through The Stifling Tactics

Posted on 15 Dec, 2013, by in Soccer

The call to prove that he can carry Barcelona on his back has been answered by Neymar, scoring five goals in two matches, and also showing he can make it happen despite some bad tactical decisions from Tata Martino, for some reason returning to the uber-possession concept that has proven more than once to be slightly outdated. More

FC Barcelona – The Problem Isn’t Neymar, It’s Cesc Fabregas

Posted on 3 Dec, 2013, by in Soccer

Everyone is looking to see if Barcelona are truly in a crisis now. Gerardo Martino has a world of pressure on his shoulders to find the answers after a very poor showing in the team’s most recent matches. While eyes are directed at Neymar, the answers to Barca’s problems can be found with Cesc Fabregas – his positioning on the pitch, rather than his actual presence. More

FC Barcelona – Neymar Left Stranded in Amsterdam

Posted on 27 Nov, 2013, by in Soccer

One of the more furious debates this season among European football affectionados is the Barcelona style. Changing, or the same? The 1-2 loss to Ajax that doesn’t really change anything came with the old style: Possession, midfield passing and more possession, but too much of the version from last season, that meant pointless ball movement, spiced with predictability. Neymar was the only one who tried something different, but he alone wasn’t enough. More

FC Barcelona – Neymar Thriving With or Without Lionel Messi

Posted on 11 Nov, 2013, by in Soccer

A weird season for Barcelona, as Lionel Messi just can’t seem to keep himself healthy for more than a few matches in a row, but without the team really hurting for it. Neymar might not be the scorer the Argentine is, but for all uses and purposes, he has no problem filling those shoes when it comes to simply keeping the team coasting on top of the Spanish La Liga. More