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Spain breeds outstanding footwork from Flamenco to football and Cesc Fàbregas is no exception. Fàbregas wasn’t the only young footballer in Spain with hopes of making it in the pros. He worked hard to perfect his technique – often playing at the beach because the more difficult the surface, the more apt one is to develop stronger ball skills – and make up for his lack of stature. The result? He reaped his rewards ahead of most. He joined the Academy players of Barcelona “La Masia” in 1997 when he was only 10. In 2003, he signed his first professional contract for Arsenal, which kicked off an incredible history with the club. He broke many records, including Arsenal’s youngest ever first team player (aged 16 years and 177 days), the youngest goal scorer in Arsenal’s history, and in 2008 he became one of Arsenal’s youngest captains.  As if that weren’t enough to keep him busy, he has also played for the Spanish National Team since age 15, winning the UEFA Euro 2008™ cup and the 2010 World Cup™. He returned to Barcelona in 2011, thus joining his friends from “La Masia” as well as “La Roja.” With his phenomenal scoring, assists, and intense training, Fàbregas is a fan favorite without much free time. When he does have it, he enjoys the cinema and connecting with his fans through social media.

Nationality:
Spanish
Date Of Birth:
May 04, 1987
Position:
Midfielder
Club:
Chelsea FC
Achievements:

FA CUP (2005)
UEFA SUPER CUP (2011)
COPA DEL REY (2012)
LA LIFA (2013)
UEFA EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIP (2008, 2012)
FIFA WORLD CUP (2010)