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Wenger hails 'midfield general' Fabregas

London : United Kingdom | Jan 17, 2010 at 10:25 AM PST
Source: The independent
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What the 5ft 9in Spaniard lacks in physical presence he makes up for with his quick thinking and abundance of talent...Defender Bacary Sagna said the significance of the victory at Bolton was not lost on the players but they knew they had to maintain their recent good league form. FULL ARTICLE AT The independent
 
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