16 April 2012

Cesc: "I invite you to know my story"

SPORT readers can purchase starting Saturday for seven euros a comprehensive book that includes a photo album of unreleased Arenys.

Sant Jordi is coming and Barca fans will like every year the opportunity to give the book that celebrates this iconic traditionally SPORT day. On this occasion, we present 'Descubriendo a Cesc', a book published in Catalan and Castilian, which for the first time in Spain, relates how he forged the football career of crack Blaugrana. Since its inception in Arenys de Mar until his return to Barcelona from Arsenal this summer.

A comprehensive review made ​​through interviews with 35 players who have been instrumental in his career or part of their direct environment. SPORT had the opportunity to talk with coaches who went to the legendary generation of 87, as Roldolf Borrell, Albert Benaiges or Álex Garcia, their excompañeros room at La Masia, Juanjo clausi and José Hinojosa, players with whom he shared experiences at Arsenal as José Antonio Reyes (with which even learned to play the palms), Philippe Senderos or Fran Mérida or exseleccionador that gave him the opportunity to debut with the absolute, Luis Aragones. Its beginnings are detailed with their former teachers, colleagues, childhood, the technician who discovered for Arsenal (Francis Cagigao) until the end with all the secrets yet never counted on how conducted this summer his move to Barça . The Blaugrana vice president, Josep Maria Bartomeu, reveals many of the unknowns of a very complex operation.

A complete history and enlivened in the prologue with a funny dialogue of his two great friends in the locker room of Barça, Gerard Piqué and Carles Puyol. Both have a sense of humor some hanky has had to suffer Arenys arrival at Barca and curious intricacies of their friendship.

Cesc was the first to get their hands on the book and within hours had already eaten. The player was happy to remember thanks to SPORT basic chapters of his life. His most intimate report that Fabregas was born footballer, but his fate could have been another First Division team that was not the club, despite being very culé. Oriol Tort had to react quickly to keep a child escape him that was emerging in the Mataro.

His departure to Arsenal was a must. His excompañeros at Barça explain why Cesc had to leave and he suffered for having to leave the club of his life. In England grew very fast, Wenger overcame an internal crisis, surprisingly giving the bracelet and became an institution in the club 'gunner'.

Readers can access all these details and many more after this weekend getting the book on the newsstands for only seven euros. (via SPORT)