190105 Fotboll, FA-Cupen Soccer Football - FA Cup Third Round - Chelsea v Nottingham Forest - Stamford Bridge, London, Britain - January 5, 2019 Chelsea's Cesc Fabregas salutes their fans after the match REUTERS/Eddie Keogh © BildbyrŒn - COP 7 - SWEDEN ONLY
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Chelsea coach Carlo Cudicini has hailed one of a kind player Cesc Fabregas after the Spaniard bid an emotional farewell to Stamford Bridge.

When asked if Fabregas was on the verge of a move away, Cudicini had only words of praise for the midfield maestro.

“I personally don’t know. If it was his last game it was very good that he played in front of his fans and that he was able to have a nice reception. But I don’t know, so I can’t comment. What can I say about Cesc? Five hundred games, he is a player who is unique, he has an unbelievable awareness and vision of where his team-mates are on the pitch.”

“I think he is one of the few that has the ability to give balls behind the defensive line that are so precise. He is one of a kind player. He has been fantastic for the teams he played for before us and the contribution he has given this club and to this team has been amazing. Cesc is a top, top player.”

Fabregas has had a decorated career winning league titles in Spain and England. He has also won the Champions League and the FIFA World Cup and is one of the few players to have been a dominant force in every major team he has played for; Arsenal, Barcelona and Chelsea.

Au Revoir, Cesc.

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