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Old 17-07-2014, 13:19   #1
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Requiem for a Dream – How Barcelona’s Prodigal Son Became Their Most Damaging Signing

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2011/12: How Do You Solve a Problem Like Cesc?

With Fabregas in and Iniesta moved or, as was the case against Valencia, not played, Barcelona’s shape would warp during matches. Cesc, being used to having the freedom of the pitch, would concentrate upon interplay with Messi and advancing into and beyond the forward line. This meant that when the opposition recovered the ball, they could find space to work where in previous seasons the more conservative Iniesta would still be positioned. Barcelona, never exactly world class at the back, are reliant upon shape and possession to keep goals out. The erratic positioning and aggressive runs of Fabregas negatively affected both and, to compound the problem, it is arguable that the goals that he was adding were not worth the cost. While he scored in the two draws, the shape issues contributed to the failure to turn those into wins. Meanwhile his goals in the other two games were non-essential stat padders in two comprehensive routs (5-0 and 8-0) of far weaker teams.

Throughout the season Guardiola tried other tricks to combat this problem, including a new 3-4-3 formation, having Iniesta and Fabregas interchange position and, eventually, playing Cesc in one of the wide forward positions. Far from solving issues, these changes simply added confusion to the mix and heat maps taken throughout the season would show exactly where the problem lay, with a big red blotch on Barcelona’s left channel. When they were paired together, Fabregas and Iniesta were practically on top of one-another. When Iniesta was up front, Cesc was clipping his heels; when the former was in midfield, the latter was stood on his toes.

The individual and team form of all but Messi suffered.


2012/13: Hollow Victories and Crushing Defeats

The core concept of Barcelona’s famous passing game was not to be swept away, but instead it was to be adapted, placing less focus upon ball retention and more upon quicker attacking. The ball would go forward more often than the frequently lateral passing that had been favoured under Guardiola. This, it was envisioned, would get the best out of players like Messi and Sanchez, while playing very much to the strengths of Fabregas. On the surface, it was very effective. Barcelona went on an unbeaten run in the league that stretched into the middle of January, when they eventually lost 3-2 away to Real Sociedad. There was though something in the way the team was playing that set seasoned observers of the club on edge: Opposing teams were getting chances. Lots of them.

Even looking for the faster ball forward, Barcelona maintained their usual dominance of possession and were winning games. However, the number of shots being taken by their opposition was worrying. Sevilla and Celta took eight each and Deportivo thirteen. In Pamplona, Osasuna took an astonishing fifteen shots. Victor Valdes was being worked hard and it would not be excessive praise to say that he was saving as many points as the forwards were winning. There were two factors at work here and both related in some way to the transfer of Fabregas.

The second factor was that tactical switch. Going more direct was conceivably of benefit to multiple players at the club. Messi, Sanchez, Pedro and Tello are all quick and Fabregas, who plays like a Premiership attacking midfielder rather than in the mould of a Barcelona product, was to be key to freeing them. The problem though was that while this switch made sense in many ways, in others it made absolutely none. Pedro, Messi and Sanchez had hardly struggled in the old, wildly successful system and that system was a far better fit for Xavi, Iniesta and Busquets. The switch also further drained the control that Barcelona was built upon. As well as the positional issues from the previous season, they now had to deal with fast turnovers due to longer, more speculative passing. Teams could break on them faster and more often.

However, the issues ran deeper than was at first realised, as results were disguising another problem, it that it was not merely defensively that the systemic changes had negatively affected the side: The attack suffered too.


2013/14: The Beginning of the End

Under Tata Martino directness remained the name of the game. In fact, the team became the most direct they had been in many years, seeking to free the pacey and skilful new signing, Neymar. The same strengths and weaknesses were on display as during the previous season and Messi was struggling with his fitness, but the club was still racking up the results early on and Fabregas was playing his part, especially when covering Messi’s position. This time though, there was opposition. Real Madrid were reinvigorated by new manager Carlo Ancelotti and their cross-town rivals, cup-holders Atletico Madrid, were in relentless, seemingly unstoppable pursuit of their first league title in eighteen years. It was a war that was to rage until the very end of the season, but Cesc’s battle to remain a Barcelona player ended in April, after arguably the four worst performances of his career.

Tata though faced the problem than had been familiar to he two predecessors: Where to put Cesc. One might ask why he and those before him had not chosen simply to drop Cesc or or one of the other midfielders in such circumstances, but it is never that simple. Xavi, even at the tail end of his career, offers a control that no-one else can provide, Busquets is irreplaceable and Iniesta is a genius. Then there is Fabregas himself: A big money star who is likeable and hugely popular with his team-mates. Martino, a man with little reputation in Europe, lacked either the strength of will to leave him out, or the insight to realise just what could go wrong if he did not.

While there was a confusion down the left, with Fabregas and Iniesta typically occupying similar spaces, on the right it would be fair to say that there was nothing.


77th , 67th , 61st.[/B] Those were the times in the three huge games that Martino chose finally to take Cesc off. Each time he was deciding sooner. It seemed plain that he had learned the lesson. But no. Astonishingly, again just eight days later in the Copa del Rey final against Real Madrid, Martino once more deployed him on the left to interchange with Iniesta and, once more, it did not work. He was substituted in the 60th minute and Barcelona lost. At this stage it did not matter if Tata Martino had learned the lesson. His chance of remaining in his job, if he even wished to, was in ruins. And, with yet another late season crash in form, so was Cesc’s reputation as a Barcelona player. They somehow managed to stay in the title race until the very last day, but in the end finished the season trophyless, Tata resigned and those four games, in which Cesc proved an abject shadow of the player whom the Catalans had thought they were signing in 2011, were pivotal.

That said, while the technical and administrative staff of the club made the decisions, Cesc himself is far from blameless. Fabregas had advantages that no other failed star could call upon. He cannot point to linguistic barriers or integration problems. He was a product of their academy, personal friends with most of the squad and had played with many of them at either youth level or with the Spanish national side. There was no reason for him to fail. All he needed to do was learn tactical discipline and consistency. Had he learned to check and time his runs, he could have succeeded Xavi. Had he improved his finishing, he could have found a home in the forward line. Had he managed to play as well in the second half of a season as he usually does in the first, he could have forced the side to adapt to him. And had he managed all three, he could have become one of Barcelona’s all-time greats, just as he had always dreamed of being. Instead he managed none of them and he will be the one who suffers most for it.

In 2003, Cesc Fabregas left his great love, Barcelona, and then fell in love again with Arsenal. The decision to return home was about rejoining his first and greatest love. Now that he has been rejected, what he has found is that Arsenal do not want him back. Perhaps Arsene Wenger has watched the Barcelona saga closely and learned what it took the Nou Camp hierarchy far too long to. At Arsenal they now have Aaron Ramsey, Mesut Ozil, Santi Cazorla and Jack Wilshere. While they may still love Cesc, they don’t need him any more than Barcelona did in 2011 and, unlike Barcelona, they have proven smart enough to make the practical decision, rather than the emotional one. They won’t disrupt what they have to get back what they had lost. This leaves Cesc in a kind of limbo. Neither of the clubs that he wants to play for want him, so he will wind up playing for Chelsea: A club for whom he has no love, and under Mourinho: a coach for whom he most likely has even less. Ironically, he will probably win more there than he ever did with his two loves, but somewhere deep down he may come to know the sad truth of the last three years: He should not have moved, because Arsenal were better off with him and Barcelona, the club of his dreams, were far, far better off without him
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Old 17-07-2014, 13:24   #2
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Just because its long its not crap,anyways what have you to with this..if you are not interested in football as a whole but only in your club..those interested will start and majority wont stop till the end.
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Maybe try not to copy and paste a whole article, maybe post the link to said article and highlight a few key points the article makes instead of posting a huge wall of text.
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By the looks of it, it seems like it's a post on how 'shit' Fabregas is and Meyyappan loves it because he's now at Chelsea.

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Not really its just a tactical analysis of why Barca failed theselves by trying to fit him in a perfect dominating system,as the article if you are to laszy to read states he probably will be more successful at chelsea than his two loves(Barca and Arsenal).

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You ignorant bishop,this tells you exactly why we didnt go for him and should not have..Chelsea will benefit greatly though.

At the Arsenal thread you were ignorant and said we will just have trust wenger's judgement,now yu can know why or be ignorant as you were.
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You ignorant bishop,this tells you exactly why we didnt go for him and should not have..Chelsea will benefit greatly though.

At the Arsenal thread you were ignorant and said we will just have trust wenger's judgement,now yu can know why or be ignorant as you were.
Oh shut up. You were crying like a bitch when we didn't sign him. Now you find an article highlighting points that make Arsenal look good, as usual. The only reason you posted it. No one gives a shit, it's the same boring bollocks all the time.

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But i still cant get over it,we are supposed to be filthy rich,Cesc for 28m will bring:

The versatility,can play anywhere in midfield and false 9,Instant quality that already knows and succeeded with Arsenal,the depth + ofcourse with prices skyrocketing,the modest price and we could also pull one over our rivals instead of suppling them with ammunition to shoot us down...It is really crazy that we are not taking him back especially after selling him for less than market price,facilitating the deal in the name of inserting that buy-back clause.

Its a bargain,why the heck are we not taking that and allowing rivals to get such quality for cheap by today's prices?!
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Oh shut up. You were crying like a bitch when we didn't sign him. Now you find an article highlighting points that make Arsenal look good, as usual. The only reason you posted it. No one gives a shit, it's the same boring bollocks all the time.

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Again you did not even read it,i was wrong and i admit it(Taking him means destroying what we built in the last 2 years and this time failure will be costly)..we will have the exact same problem with ozil and cesc that they had with Iniesta and Cesc...Now i would love to see how Chelsea will play him in the midfield pivot without making him a lesser player....Know before you say,please go through and you will understand why i posted this...its a brilliant analysis of not only Cesc but how Barcelona subtly in the eyes of casual viewers dropped.
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I noticed you deleted the part you highlighted about Cesc being subbed for Sanchez numerous times. Yeah, nothing to do with Arsenal. Of course....
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Oh god this is making the top discussion on rbarca and rgunners on reddit(So i thought i would bring it here to have you guys' thoughts),if you guys do not want it..okay,cool.
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