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Submitted by SadeckJaffal 1077d ago | news

Fabregas: Barcelona do not like to complain to the press

The Spain international has hit back at Jose Mourinho's claims that the Catalans talk too much, and has praised Lionel Messi's mental strength

Cesc Fabregas has insisted that Barcelona would rather not discuss refereeing performances in the press as they prefer to do their talking on the pitch. (Barcelona, Cesc Fabregas, Copa del Rey, Jose Mourinho, Real Madrid)

karim  +   1078d ago
Lol, nice one Cesc
SadeckJaffal  +   1078d ago
well there is someone else than me who noticed it !!
SadeckJaffal  +   1078d ago
well of course they don't complain , if they win evry single game !!
but when they loose they really do complain and i mean what i say. we saw it in the last classico !!
mmj  +   1077d ago
It seems like Fabregas is Barcelona's unofficial spokesperson the number of articles about him, does he do interviews whilst sitting on the bench?
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