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Cesc Fabregas picks Jose Mourinho over Arsene Wenger and Pep Guardiola as the manager he had the ‘best connection’ with

first_imgCesc Fabregas picks Jose Mourinho over Arsene Wenger and Pep Guardiola as the manager he had the ‘best connection’ with Fabregas played under some of football’s best ever managers (Picture: Getty Images)Cesc Fabregas has named Jose Mourinho as the manager he had the ‘best connection’ with over his illustrious career, snubbing Arsene Wenger and Pep Guardiola.The Spaniard has had the luxury of being tutored by some of the greatest minds in recent football history and won almost every major honour the game has to offer, apart from the Champions League.Fabregas was given his first chance by Arsene Wenger at Arsenal, who took a chance on a 16-year-old export from Barcelona’s La Masia academy.Wenger imparted his wisdom on the Spaniard and developed him into one of the finest talents in the Premier League, however, after eight years in north London, he eventually left to join boyhood club Barcelona in 2011.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENTFabregas played under Guardiola in his first season at Camp Nou and went on to win La Liga and the Copa del Ray over four years at the Catalan club, before moving back to the Premier League with Chelsea in 2014.That first season at Stamford Bridge proved to be one of the most fruitful of the midfielder’s career, with his 19 assists helping fire the Blues to the Premier League title. Comment Mike StavrouWednesday 8 Jul 2020 12:18 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link4.7kShares Fabregas says he had a special relationship with Mourinho (Picture: Getty Images)And while Fabregas credited Wenger, Guardiola and Mourinho as his ‘best managers’, he admitted he built up a unique bond with the Portuguese boss in particular.‘I played under some of the best managers – not just in recent times but in history,’ Fabregas told BBC’s Match of the Day: Top 10 podcast.‘If I have to pick one or two: Pep Guardiola played the game in the style I love at Barcelona, same with Arsene Wenger at Arsenal, but under Jose Mourinho at Chelsea I had a really special year.‘He is probably the one I had the best connection with. The way he played with my mind was unbelievable.‘I would pick Guardiola, Mourinho and Wenger because I owe them all so much.’More: Arsenal FCArsenal flop Denis Suarez delivers verdict on Thomas Partey and Lucas Torreira movesThomas Partey debut? Ian Wright picks his Arsenal starting XI vs Manchester CityArsene Wenger explains why Mikel Arteta is ‘lucky’ to be managing ArsenalGuardiola, however, did get a special mention as Fabregas’ football hero growing up.‘Pep Guardiola. We used to play in the same position,’ he added.‘In the Barcelona academy you would wear numbers depending on position. The number four was the player in front of the defender. Guardiola was playing there and I was number four.’MORE: Ashley Cole tells Tammy Abraham what he must start doing to get back in the Chelsea teamMORE: Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang matches Thierry Henry Arsenal record with Leicester goalFollow Metro Sport across our social channels, on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.For more stories like this, check our sport page. Advertisement Advertisementlast_img read more

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College football National Signing Day tracker: Ranking best 2019 signings, classes

first_imgAs expected, Seminary’s Nathan Pickering picks Mississippi State. pic.twitter.com/hmnkODdkag— Zac Chamblee (@zacimpactsports) February 6, 2019Four-star Byron Young (No. 77 overall, No. 8 DT) signs with Alabama.Football four-star standout Byron Young makes it official.He signs with Alabama. pic.twitter.com/x5flRIphOO— James Pugh (@jpughinreallife) February 6, 2019Four-star Mark-Antony Richards (No. 90 overall, No. 4 ATH) signs with Auburn.Welcome to the #AuburnFamily @Mark21Richards! ✍️#WarEagle | #AUNSD19 pic.twitter.com/EuHVhRG42e— Auburn Football (@AuburnFootball) February 6, 20194-star signings— Doug Nester (No. 106 overall, No. 6 OG) has signed with Virginia Tech.— Brendan Gant (No. 117 overall, No. 11 S) has signed with Florida State.— Enokk Vimahi (No. 124 overall, No. 7 OG) has signed with Ohio State.— Arjei Henderson (No. 140 overall, No. 23 WR) has signed with Florida.—Travis Jay (No. 142 overall, No. 17 CB) has signed with Florida State.— Diwun Black (No. 151 overall, No. 9 ILB) has signed with Florida.— Ray Parker (No. 154 overall, No. 14 OT) has signed with LSU.— Jaquaze Sorrells (No. 157 overall, No. 14 DT) has signed with USC.— Christian Williams (No. 160 overall, No. 20 CB) has signed with Miami.— Devonta Lee (No. 166 overall, No. 8 ATH) has signed with LSU.— Quashon Fuller (No. 202 overall, No. 14 SDE) has signed with Florida State.— Isaiah Foskey (No. 211 overall, No. 13 TDE) has signed with Notre Dame.— Deondrick Glass (No. 225 overall, No. 13 RB) has signed with Oklahoma State.— Keilan Robinson (No. 244 overall, No. 15 RB) has signed with Alabama.— Lance LeGendre (No. 279 overall, No. 9 DUAL) has signed with Maryland.— Eugene Asante (No. 282 overall, No. 17 OLB) has signed with UNC.— Shammond Cooper (No. 286 overall, No. 17 ILB) has signed with Illinois.— Asa Turner (No. 300 overall, No. 17 ATH) has signed with Washington.— Quinten Johnson (No. 316 overall, No. 27 S) has signed with Michigan.— Ja’Darien Boykin (No. 318 overall, No. 19 WDE) has signed with Louisville.— Javonne Shepherd (No. 338 overall, No. 28 OT) has signed with Texas.— Jordan Wilmore (No. 363 overall, No. 4 APB) has signed with Utah.— Jamious Griffin (No. 369 overall, No. 15 RB) has signed with Georgia Tech.— David Ugwoegbu (No. 382 overall, No. 25 WDE) has signed with Oklahoma.— Isheem Young (No. 383 overall, No. 30 S) has signed with Iowa State. College football’s National Signing Day has finally arrived.Most of the top-tier recruits already signed during December’s early signing period, though there are still plenty of four- and five-star talents who have yet to officially sign with their team. Thirteen top-100 recruits remain, composed of three five-star players and 10 four-star players. MORE: Biggest winners from early signing periodFollow along here as Sporting News tracks the official signing day updates of the Class of 2019 (all rankings reflect 247Sports Composite).Top 10 recruiting classesTeamNational Rank(Conference) Rank5 stars4 stars3 starsTotal scoreAlabama1 (SEC): 1st3231317.50Georgia2(SEC): 2nd5154308.98Texas3(Big 12): 1st2157287.02Texas A&M4(SEC): 3rd21410285.19LSU5(SEC): 4th31110283.49Oklahoma6(Big 12): 2nd3138279.28Oregon7(Pac-12): 1st11114277.98Michigan8(Big Ten): 1st21410277.15Florida9(SEC): 5th0178276.85Clemson10(ACC): 1st11216275.55Top-100 signingsFive-star Bru McCoy (No. 9 overall, No. 1 ATH) signs with Texas.We would like to officially welcome Bru McCoy to the Texas Football family. @buhbuhbru#ThisIsTexas #HookEm #fUTure19 pic.twitter.com/0IetexsXIa— Texas Football (@TexasFootball) February 6, 2019Five-star Darnell Wright (No. 10 overall, No. 2 OT) signs with Tennessee.Welcome to Rocky Top, @darnell_5232! 🍊#T19 // #PoweredByTheT pic.twitter.com/66bmXvrPsC— Tennessee Football (@Vol_Football) February 6, 2019Five-star George Pickens (No. 24 overall, No. 4 WR) signs with Georgia.SIGNED ✅ #ATDWelcome to the family, @geo_Thagoat ! #GoDawgs #NewBreed19 pic.twitter.com/zYHhebjkZx— Georgia Football (@FootballUGA) February 6, 2019Five-star Jerrion Ealy (No. 29 overall, No. 3 RB) signs with Ole Miss.SIGNED | You may have seen the announcement on ESPN2, but it’s now official! RB @ealy_1k is an Ole Miss Rebel! #FutureRebels #NSD19📰 https://t.co/LbazQzkLmn pic.twitter.com/SuDAMjJwpS— Ole Miss Football (@OleMissFB) February 6, 2019Four-star Kyle Ford (No. 38 overall, No. 6 WR) signs with USC.Welcome to the #TrojanFamily, @Ford_Kyle6! The 5-star receiver is a playmaker of the highest caliber.#FightOn | #NSD pic.twitter.com/4OgTMSqFv7— USC Trojans (@USC_Athletics) February 6, 2019Four-star Henry To’oto’o (No. 44 overall, No. 3 OLB) signs with Tennessee.“I chose Tennessee because it felt like home!”#VolNation is ready for you, @HenryTootoo1!#T19 // #PoweredByTheT pic.twitter.com/7PnPumED0r— Tennessee Football (@Vol_Football) February 7, 2019Four-star Ishmael Sopsher (No. 47 overall, No. 5 DT) signs with Alabama.Welcome DL @isopsher to the Alabama Football Family!#ROLL1N9 | #RollTide#OutworkYesterday pic.twitter.com/Wrxyk7G577— Alabama Football (@AlabamaFTBL) February 6, 2019Four-star Kaiir Elam (No. 48 overall, No. 6 CB) has signed with Florida.Welcome to #DBU @Easymoney_Kai! Excited to have you in the Family! #SwampSquadXIX pic.twitter.com/FuOfWNOvqd— Dan Mullen (@CoachDanMullen) February 6, 2019Four-star Charles Moore (No. 69 overall, No. 6 SDE) signs with Auburn.Welcome to the #AuburnFamily @CharlesMoore_11! ✍️#WarEagle | #AUNSD19 pic.twitter.com/XUkrcLsQiT— Auburn Football (@AuburnFootball) February 6, 2019Four-star Khris Bogle (No. 71 overall, No. 3 WDE) signs with Florida.Welcome to the Family @khris_a1!! Excited you’re a Gator! Let’s get to work. #SwampSquadXIX pic.twitter.com/HsxY9TheDR— Dan Mullen (@CoachDanMullen) February 6, 2019Four-star Nathan Pickering (No. 73 overall, No. 6 DT) signs with Mississippi State.last_img read more