Even when it came to the pizza he had great technique. ” The moment is now trending on Twitter, and most users find it quite hilarious. “I’m not even saying this cos [sic] I immensely dislike the guy, but what is funny about throwing a pizza slice at the greatest manager of all time? “Arsenal fans who worship Cesc Fabregas are not proper fans. Completely mugged the club off and you’re loving it,” tweeted @_The12th Man.One fan even created a little poem: “He passes with his left foot / He passes with his right / He lobbed margherita at Fergie in a pizza fight.” Another fan proclaimed his admiration by writing, “What. At least the cat — er, pizza — is finally out of the bag.Fabregas is about to enter the final 12 months of his contract at Stamford Bridge and Mourinho has been credited with interest.But the former Arsenal and Barcelona man says he wants to extend his stay at Chelsea.A nice, cheesy pie might be Fabregas’ weapon of choice, but the diets of these 20 professional athletes are out of this world.Cesc Fabregas is having a funny old season, but it’s improving – a fact that can be gleaned from observing the progressively better teams that allegedly want to buy him.
Fabregas’ former Gunners teammate Martin Keown said the pizza was thrown by the Spain playmaker in 2014, but it has taken another three years for an admission from the man himself. @cesc4official comes clean about that moment with Sir Alex. #Battle Of The Buffet pic.twitter.com/y ARvej MJWV— Sky One (@Sky One) October 4, 2017 “All of a sudden, I heard noises and I thought ‘what’s happening? “I was like I want to get in but I don’t know how to and I threw… Mirror is linking Arsenal with yet another bid for Karim Benzema. " data-reactid="32"Speaking of old flames, the Mirror is linking Arsenal with yet another bid for Karim Benzema. The Frenchman will apparently be made available at the end of the season as part of a massive Real Madrid “clearout” that could also see Cristiano Ronaldo, Marcelo, Toni Kroos and Luca Modric being put “on the market”.This news has understandably “pricked up the ears” of Premier League clubs, although those players will probably all end up staying at the Bernabeu or going to Paris Saint-Germain.They could make millions broadcasting that live on Pay Per View." data-reactid="41"Elsewhere, Arsenal are considering a January move for Napoli’s 25-year-old midfielder Jorginho (Star), Leicester City winger Riyad Mahrez is a target for French side Marseille (Mundo Deportivo) and Everton are set to approach Burnley’s Sean Dyche about becoming their new manager “within the next 24 hours” (Sky Sports).Sam Allardyce might be prepared to fight him for it though, literally.