I Hate To Admit This But Arsenal Are Becoming Dependent On Fabregas!

Madhav TiwariCorrespondent IDecember 28, 2009

LONDON, ENGLAND - NOVEMBER 04:  Cesc Fabregas of Arsenal celebrates scoring his second and the teams the third goal of the game during the UEFA Champions League Group H match between Arsenal and AZ Alkmaar at the Emirates Stadium on November 4, 2009 in London, England.  (Photo by Phil Cole/Getty Images)
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After watching yesterday's match against Aston Villa I am quite convinced that Arsenal are now being dependent on Cesc Fabregas. With Robin Van Persie ruled out of the campaign and Eduardo refusing to improve, Fabregas had to step up. But now it is just too much. Yesterday it could have been a stale mate if Fabregas wouldn't have stepped in and inspire The Gunners to a whooping victory.

Remember the game against Burnley, Arsenal dominated the game till he was forced out and the match ended as a draw. He didn't play against Manchester United and we lost the game. If this continues Arsenal won't win anything this season too as the rest of the midfielders are too inconsistent.

What I fear most is with Barcelona refusing to give up luring him back to Spain, if he goes what will happen of Arsenal.

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