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SPAIN/ BARCELONA, Fabregas has no intention of quitting

17.09.2012 12.07 by TM W  read 823
Source: The Sun
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Cesc Fabregas insists he has no intention of quitting Barcelona. The Barca midfield star has rubbished talk of him being unsettled and wanting to leave. He insists that he is happy at the Nou Camp and will continue to fight for his place with the Spanish giants.
Fabregas stressed: “I said when I signed here that it was going to be the most exciting and difficult challenge of my life. I knew I was coming here to compete for a place against the best players in the world. But I like big challenges. If I didn’t, I would have stayed at Arsenal where I was the captain, where I played every game and where I was treated so well. I would never have taken the big step and the huge risk to sign for Barca and fight with the best players in the world for a place in the team – especially as there were never any guarantees given that I would play.
“I have a big heart, I have a strong character and I have the courage to carry on competing for my place. It’s a challenge I always wanted and it’s just as hard as I expected, mainly because I am impatient to succeed. Both teams play similar football. But at Barcelona they have taught me if I stay in my position the ball will come to me and I will see far more of it than if I go looking for it. It has been a big change but I’m learning very fast now and my team-mates have been amazingly supportive. I know that I can succeed here.”

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