Cesc Fabregas: We’ll know at the end of the season if we have matured or are better than before
Written by Renzo on October 26, 2010 0:35
According to captain Cesc Fabregas, Arsenal’s win over Manchester City is not a way to determine whether the squad is more mature or not.
Speaking to Arsenal TV Online, the captain explained how it seems the opinion on the Gunners changes after every game, depending on whether it is a win or a defeat. But according to the 23-year old Spaniard, it is only at the end of the season that conclusions should be made.
The midfielder added how the players are already fully focused on Wednesday’s Carling Cup against Newcastle and how they will not be carried away by Sunday’s 0-3 win.
Fabregas concluded by saying how Arsenal have a very good team with some very promising young players but it is important to achieve their objective which is to win silverware.
After the Manchester City game, Fabregas said:
It looks like after every win you have to say ‘oh, you are more mature than last year’, but it is just one more game, let’s not get carried away.
Now we have the [Carling Cup] game against Newcastle, which is the most important one at the moment.
The time to talk about if we have matured or are better than before will be at the end of the season.
In football, you know what people will say when you win, and you know what people will say when you lose.
You just have to keep focused on what you do, in training and in the game, give everything for the team and the rest is not up to you.
We have a very good team, with lots of young players. We have to make it a great time by winning things.