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ENJOY THE VIDEO, CAN'T WAIT TO SEE CESC FABREGAS PLAYING FOR BARçA!!!!!!!!!!!


ENJOY THE VIDEO, CAN'T WAIT TO SEE CESC FABREGAS PlAYING FOR BARçA!!!!!!!!!!!

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  1. That cool man fabrigas welcome back home at last

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  2. Russhane BraveArmy Bailey12.8.11

    Csec coming to barca means we have a better squad and players that can change a game fr use the headache will be on our coach to pick the best possible XI and how to rotate the players

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  3. Akash Parachotill12.8.11

    A hearty welcome to you,, CESC FÀBREGAS... :)

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  4. Marcin Culé Dutczak12.8.11

    Fabregas welcome back to barca. Here is the club of dreams and a club which you can succeed in. Wish you all the best i want you to make barca eaven stronger and win trophies with us. Visca el Barca Visca el Catalunya

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  5. Billy Saravia12.8.11

    Como afición de corazón queremos dar las gracias a todos los que hicieron posible la llegada de Cesc a nuestro gran Club Barca, sabemos que no fue fácil que fueron muchos días de negociación pero el resultado es lo importante. Esperamos que este gran fichaje contribuya a seguir cosechando más y más titulos y estamos convencidos que así será. Felicidades y gracias a todos los que lo hicieron posbible este gran sueño... Visca Barca!

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  6. Javier Ching12.8.11

    can anyone tell me where exactly he's going to play? he's going to have to replace iniesta xavi or sergio, or pep has to change our formation completely...

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  7. Welcome Cesc! :) Finally!!! Moc moc! ♥

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  8. Olivia Roy12.8.11

    Welcome home CESC!!!!!!!

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  9. Valentina Musella12.8.11

    i'm very happy for this news ♥

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  10. With Cesc Fàbregas coming to Barça, we now have him plus Xavi Hernandez, Andrés Iniesta, Sergio Busquets, Thiago, Keita and Mascherano in midfield. Which THREE should play?

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  11. Izwan Noor12.8.11

    xavi,iniesta,cesc....the best midfield in the world

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  12. Souleymane Lam12.8.11

    Défensive one: xavi iniesta and cesc withsubstitute: keita or busquet
    offensive one: thiago xavi iniesta with substitute: marscherano or keita

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  13. Russhane BraveArmy Bailey12.8.11

    to be honest it wont be who start
    this move signal that barca has different dimension to unlock tite defense or a 7man defense (madrid)

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  14. Scara Madisakwana12.8.11

    Still stick wth Busquets-Xavi-Iniesta...

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  15. Kartik Malhotra12.8.11

    Xavi, Iniesta and Busquets (in crucial matches). They are our tried and tested midfielders. They've been an important part of our Dream Team (our best XI).

    Playing together, they've won titles for not just our club, but also España. They've been there, done that. :) But in not-so-important matches, and as subs, I would definitely want the other midfielders to play (particularly Thiago & Cesc).

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  16. Maryam Mirza12.8.11

    GOD, what's wrong with you people!!! Aren't you guys forgetting Thiago!! :@

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  17. Santiago Beltran12.8.11

    It should be Cesc Fabregas, Xavi and Andres Iniesta!!

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  18. Asmaa Emad12.8.11

    Barça xavi of course that's basic..iniesta,no doubt..but i'm not so sure about sergio and cesc ...

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  19. Andy Book12.8.11

    I think they all should routate when different players are needed in different matches.

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  20. Amitav Roy12.8.11

    Barca ! Barcaa ! Barcaa !! Fabregas ! Fabregass ! Fabregasss !!! ♥ ♥ Welcome back home CESC ! Cant wait to see him in action alongside XAVI AND INIESTA !! Cesc is gonna rock ! :D .. Well.. Possesion?!?! Watch out for Barca baby ! :P .. Visca Barca ! Forca Catalunya ! Viva Cesc ! :D

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  21. Jordan Osorio13.8.11

    It is a happiness for everything we who cesc has come to the insole of the welcome fc barcelona cesc here you will have many titles and many successes WElcome Friend ;) Visca Barca :maracaibo-venezuela (y)

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