|hongsamnang36||Date: Wednesday, 08 Oct 14, 10:26 AM | Message # 1|
Spanish playmaker Cesc Fabregas has jumped to defend his Spain pal Gerard Pique over the defender’s commitment to the 2010 World Cup winners.
“It is clear that Piqué has very clear ideas and if he does not want to play for the Spanish national team he would not be here,” said Fabregas, as quoted by reliable Agen Bola indo11.com.
“His presence in La Diada [the National Day of Catalonia] for me was nothing because, for example, Xavi was also there and he is a player who is loved by Spain and who is one of the most committed players in the history of the team.”
“Ultimately, he arrives here with the squad and he has said publicly that he wants to be here, he could say that he does not want to be part of the squad. He wants to win and he wants to play for the team.”