Cesc Fabregas on his injury, “In my mind, it’s 100% I’ll be over my injury in time for the World Cup”
Written by Renzo on April 25, 2010 4:30
It is after games like yesterday’s that Arsenal fans realise how important captain Cesc Fabregas is in midfield.
As hard as they tried, the likes of Samir Nasri and Tomas Rosicky failed to create the magic which so many times the Spaniard created out of nowhere and the Gunners had to settle for a disappointing 0-0 draw against Manchester City.
Fabregas, 22, spoke about his recovery from injury before the game, explaining how he is convinced he will be fit enough to play in this summer’s World Cup Finals, in South Africa.
The midfielder also confirmed that he will be at the Emirates for the last home game against Fulham as he will join the rest of his team mates in thanking the fans for their support.
In his programme notes for the home game against Manchester City, Fabregas said:
I’m back in Spain, but will return to London for a specialist appointment and routine scan. In my mind, it’s 100% I’ll be over my injury in time for the World Cup.
I will be at the last game of the season, of course, because all the players will go on a lap of the pitch to thank the fans for their support again this season.