Calls grow for Cesc Fabregas to face extended ban after snide attack
Chelsea play maker Cesc Fabregas is facing a potential FA charge following his slapk on Man City’s Fernandinho in yesterdays big match clash between Man City and Chelsea.
Fabregas was clearly seen to sneakily smack Fernandinho across the face in what can only be described as an unprovoked attack.
The reaction from Fernandinho, which saw him receive a red card, was totally understandable, he was cowardly assaulted by the Spaniard, who has developed a reputation for this sort of behaviour.
Fabregas was the main instigator of the battle of the Bridge between Tottenham and Chelsea last season and is fast becoming one of the most disliked players in the game.
Even Pep Guardiola was disgusted by what Fabregas did and refused point blank to shake the hand of his countryman after the game.
Obviously Chelsea fans love this from Fabregas, they have been brought up on a diet of this sort of behaviour from the likes of John Terry and Diego Costa, but it is down to the FA to stamp out player violence, there should be no place for unprovoked attacks in the game.