Former Arsenal captain Cesc Fabregas has backed the club manager Mikel Arteta to do well at the club and has urged the fans to be patient with the Spanish tactician.
Fabregas spoke in a recent Interview regarding his former club and lends his support for current manager Mikel Arteta. This is what he (Fabregas) has to say
“Listen, it’s a transition period. Mikel has his ideas, but it takes time. The problem for a coach nowadays is that you have no time. You lose three games, everyone is asking for your head. If the fans would be patient with him I believe he would do well”
Fabregas joined Arsenal from Barcelona’s La Masia academy as a 16-year-old young star in 2003, Following injuries to key midfielders in the early part of the 2004–05 season , he went on to establish himself in the club’s first team. He earned a reputation as one of the best players in his position at Arsenal and also won the FA Cup in 2005 with the club.
However After a protracted transfer saga, Fàbregas left Arsenal on 15 August 2011 to return to his boyhood club Barcelona in a deal worth up to £35 million after making a total of 212 appearances for Arsenal and scoring 35 goals in his Nine years spell with the club.