Cesc Fàbregas believes the Spanish national team can repeat its success from 2010. How does a team get over a first match defeat, what other opponents are to be looked out for and why is Spain not scared to face Brazil? Find out and see the most intimate interview Cesc has ever given as he interviews himself.
Ahead of El Clásico, Beats by Dre release a stunning video starring Barcelona’s Cesc Fabregas travelling to a cauldron of intimidation.
PUMA kicked off its 2014 Nature of Believing campaign with the launch of the revolutionary new evoPOWER football boot at a live event in Barcelona. The evoPOWER 1 is designed to mimic barefoot kicking while the sportswear giant has enlisted the help of Thierry Henry, Cesc Fabregas, Mario Balotelli, and Marco Reus.
SO HERE we are again, the Christmas programme is over, the effects of the food and drink excesses still apparent (as the five-aside fitness levels have shown), and we’ve a new calendar year with the top of the Premier League table looking remarkably like the sports section of a 1998 newspaper (aside from the fact Man City found their level in Division 3 back then). The title run-in is upon us as I’ve no doubt we’ll be reminded from the gadget-happy Richard ‘hairy hands syndrome’ Keys and Andy Gray (if they are allowed back, that is). So how well placed are the ‘Gooners’ to end the trophy drought that we’re so reminded about? Those TV cameras really do like spanning around the Emirates for the gap years post 2005!