“We are pitiful for ‘Titi’ since I truly figure he will be a best mentor, I am certain of it,” Fabregas said on Monday of Henry, with whom he played at Arsenal before in his vocation.
“Football doesn’t pause and possibly it was not the correct minute or he didn’t have sufficient energy to satisfy every one of his arrangements and all that he needed to do. Such is reality, it occurs.”
“We are sad for ‘Titi’ because I really think he will be a top coach, I am sure of it,” Fabregas said on Monday of Henry, with whom he played at Arsenal earlier in his career.
“Football doesn’t wait and maybe it was not the right moment or he didn’t have the time to fulfil all his plans and everything he wanted to do. That is life, it happens.”