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The newspaper 'El Pais' published on Monday interview with Luis Martín Cesc Fàbregas, taking advantage of his concentration with the Spanish team. Cesc told us about his life in Barcelona and his transfer to Chelsea. Here is a compilation of the most relevant sentences:
Return to Barcelona
"The balance of my return to Barcelona is great I won six titles in three seasons. We won everything except the Champions. I scored a goal in the final of the Intercontinental, it was fantastic about the Super Cup in the day of my debut... I'm very proud. "
"I have no reason to reproach but if I was wistled it should be a reason for that. If I was criticized, It should be a reason. I just know I never played alone. There were good and bad games, I know that. But no, I never felt mistreated. I have no blame for anyone, nothing to complain about. "
"I fulfilled a dream. Could not leave football without playing for Barça."
"The best is that I fulfilled my dream. The worst was undoubtedly the day I recieved the call about Tito Vilanova's death, he was a super important person to me. It was really very sad."
The moment to leave
"I left everything at Barcelona. Feelings, family, friends and colleagues. A lot, but I felt I had to go."
"I did not think it would last more, but that's life. I won't cry for that or be proud of my because what I did. It just was like that and it was good. I'm not Imagining anything , but I'll always have my dreams and one of them was playing in Barcelona and I did it so what more can I ask for? "
"I started thinking about leaving after the Cup final. That was when I started thinking that it ended or needed a change otherwise it had no sense to continue."
"I called Zubizarreta a week after losing the League, from London, in the week off before the World Cup. And by his answer I felt I was doing them a favor, it was good for them and for me. I talked to my agent and told him to find a team for me. "
"It got the offer from Chelsea and for me it was to go back the place I grew up, London. There was not a better way out. Talked to Mourinho and told me things I needed to hear, I felt valued, I felt I should be an important part of something important. "
"I teally though about the offer. The Gunner feeling will always be with me and I know I'll be back to Highbury, and it will be a special moment. But I'm a committed guy. I remember I played in the final of the Champions League against Barcelona and I swear I would have done anything to win that game and I am a Barça fan since I'm a child! So I'll know when I play against Arsenal, how the game is , who are my colleagues and what I'm defending. And I know that Arsenal's fans will understand me, I have no doubt. "