Former Arsenal player, Cesc Fabregas has said Arsenal Wenger’s tarnished image as he exited Arsenal actually made him sad.
The legendary manager said goodbye to Arsenal last year.
After 22 years of continuity in north London, he finally resigned a year before his contract was due to expire.
Cesc Fabregas is now hopeful that history will be kind to the Frenchman who gave him his first platform to play football.
He wants him to be remembered for his good old days and not the underwhelming end.
His words, “Some moments I was sad, yes. He doesn’t deserve it for what he’s done.
“In football, it’s all about today. What you’ve done yesterday, unfortunately, doesn’t count.”
“When you retire after 20, 30 years, people will talk about it and remember it like ‘wow, what they did’.”
“Right now you need to perform today, this is the world we live in,”
“It’s great because you cannot live in the past. I will be able to live in the past when I’m 38 and I retire and hang up my boots.
“It will be perfect as I can see videos of myself scoring goals every single day.”
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