By Randy Osae
Positives are; these months out have let the Spaniard ease some stress after fears he could even face burn-out in his career – due to the excessive number of consecutive games the youngster had played.
He was spotted out on Saturday at the Buddha Bar for drinks and dinner until about midnight (with his long-term girlfriend, Carla along for the ride.)
The pair were definitely in a party mood – they left and headed over to the Maddox club until 2.30 in the morning, when they jumped in a cab home.
It is either his injury was not as brutal as suggested or Cesc Fabregas is one stalwart Spanish fellow.
The case might be subject a of both inferences and Fabregas is gradually healing his knee ligament damage for a return to business.
As a matter of fact, Cesc is already kicking it with his teammates – at the training ground – and is endeavoring for a return since December 2008.
Indeed, you might have been witnessing the midfield maestro as early as a couple of days ago, but it appears that Wenger is the one taking precautions on Fabregas’ comeback. The man himself feels he is totally ready.
Assumably, Cesc is playing that “daddy,daddy,please… !!” game with his boss.
“He says he could play tomorrow, but I have to tell him it’s not possible. But the doctor tells him first,”
“Two or three weeks’ normal training. He can play now but a medial ligament takes six to eight weeks and if there is any contact then you can see what can happen.”
This much needed vacation will enable Arsenal’s skipper to come back stronger.