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  • Date Submitted: 08/03/2010 06:27 AM
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Fabregas dedicates win to Arsenal

Cesc Fabregas dedicated his World Cup™ triumph to Arsenal - but his future with the north London giants remains unresolved.
Throughout his time in South Africa, speculation has persisted over Fabregas' intentions, with Barcelona hovering in the background waiting to make a bid.
Yet Fabregas has been more concerned with finding his form after breaking his shin on club duty in March.
Prior to the final, he had featured for only 90 minutes in the entire five-week competition.
Finally though, Fabregas' killer touch returned at Soccer City last night, allowing him to set up Andres Iniesta's late extra-time winner that crowned Spain world champions for the first time.
It was fitting Arsene Wenger should be in the stands to watch.
For, after joining Arsenal when he was just 16, Fabregas knows his development into a world-class midfielder is largely thanks to the Frenchman.
"This is for the Arsenal players, the Arsenal fans, for the manager and all his staff," said Fabregas.
"I have had lots of texts and Blackberry messages. My phone is full.
"I had a text message of congratulations from Arsene Wenger. He said I deserve it. I just think this is for everyone at Arsenal who helped me get to where I am now.
"I am really proud to have been an Arsenal player."
It is the last comment that will be seized upon by those who do not believe Fabregas has a future at the Emirates Stadium
As welded as he is to Arsenal and Wenger, Fabregas is known to be frustrated at the lack of progress that has been made in five trophyless years.
He has just spent the last five weeks sharing a dressing room with Gerard Pique, who has now won both the Champions League and the World Cup since quitting Manchester United and returned to the club he first joined as a junior.
With the Gunners starting pre-season training today, Wenger will be looking for some clarity, even though Fabregas will now embark on a short holiday, probably accompanied by the medal...

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