Chelsea FC made the signing of Cesc Fabregas official today and we have put together some of the best responses from fans and otherwise on Twitter. You will see some bitter Arsenal fans, some happy Chelsea fans, some not so happy Chelsea fans, and everything else in between:
'Adios, Mata.' 'Enjoy Paris, Luiz.' 'Good luck in Miami, Frank.' 'Good seeing you with Gala, Didier.' Arsenal fans: pic.twitter.com/8Ec8gJSeQI
— CàrefreeDaily (@CarefreeDaily) June 12, 2014
Fàbregas: "If you look at the last decade, Chelsea have won more than an FA Cup. They have the ambition that suits me, to keep on winning."
— Nour Àgha (@NourAgha) June 12, 2014
Delighted with Fabregas signing but for the love of god please let's not start singing that horrific "Let's talk about Cesc" chant.
— Phil Lythell (@PhilLythell) June 12, 2014
Arsenal fans hurling abuse at Fabregas. Not his fault your idiot of a manager didn't excercise the buy-back clause in his contract.
— Dami (@TheChelseaWay) June 12, 2014
Cesc Fabregas for the same price Man United payed for Marouane Fellaini….. pic.twitter.com/o0i8FZimze
— 90th Min (@90thMin) June 12, 2014
— CISSE (@JoseReturns13) June 12, 2014
Fabregas got on a plane, & left the Arse for a gig n Spain. When asked to reboard the Wenger train the Chelsea man said NEVER AGAIN…..
— Bayou City Blues (@BayouCityBlues) June 12, 2014
Fabregas has moved to Chelsea. Clearly loyalty means nothing to any footballer anymore. Good luck trying to get a game.
— Amar Mate (@Amar29Mate) June 12, 2014
Well it's official, Cesc Fabregas signs for Chelsea. Told you he chooses money over loyalty. Never said that he will sign for Arsenal.
— Florence Olivier (@Florence_O_9983) June 12, 2014
Fabregas cant be criticised about loyalty for going to Chelsea.. Barca didnt want him, Arsenal are so stupid not to take him
— Frank Byrne (@FrankByrne_) June 12, 2014
So there you have it. Chelsea fans like the move because it’s a slap in the face to Arsenal fans and Arsenal fans hate it because it shows he has no “loyalty” to their club. This deal for Fabregas has set off some strong emotions and we can’t wait to see what happens when he actually plays against Arsenal in the Premier League.
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