Chelsea midfielder Cesc Fabregas has admitted he is struggling to deal with Chelsea’s disastrous performances since the beginning of the new season. He has also confessed that has already spent many sleepless nights thinking about club’s difficult situation.
Fabregas told the Mirror:
”It keeps me awake at night when things don’t go right,”
“Football is my life. It is everything to me.”
“My family keep me happy sometimes but when football doesn’t go well, my life isn’t happy. I try to fix it and try to put it right. We are used to always being at the top.”
“Sometimes when I’m at home, in bed, I wonder. You have your own thoughts and the manager will have his thoughts about what is going on and it is all about talking about things and putting this right all together.
“It’s been really difficult. It’s not the best time at the club and we want to lift ourselves up and to start playing better.”
“Me and the manager and some other players have always been lucky enough to play for big teams. Always trying to get to the top and always fighting for things.”
“In the Champions League, we are still there and the FA Cup hasn’t even started yet so it is all about the league.”
“We need to put the good performances in week-in, week-out and try to be as high as we can around Christmas because then, it will be a very, very tough time. But when you know things aren’t going your way, you have to do even more.”
“When things go well, you touch the ball with any part of your body, you’re not looking and it goes in. We need to put extra work in.”
“I can’t support Mourinho even more than I’m doing. I’m always saying he deserves it, 100 per cent,”
“We’re not playing well but that doesn’t mean we’re not in favour of the manager or something like that.”
“We want to win for Chelsea, that’s the first thing. We want the club to be at the top and someone like Mourinho who is having difficult times and the players, then you have to support each other and give our best.”