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Wednesday, August 24, 2011

fabregas first goal for barcelona

After two matches with Barcelona, Cesc Febregas now has one goal, two minor trophies and the eternal happiness that one can only achieve by abandoning a terminally depressed Frenchman.

Fabregas got his first start for Barcelona in the decidedly unimportant Trofeu Joan Gamper match against Napoli on Monday and he rewarded that generosity by tapping in his side's first goal in what would be a 5-0 ritualistic slaughter.

At the end of the clip, an underwhelmed Pep Guardiola sits down on the bench. To be honest, I'm not sure if he was doing an impression of what Cesc will be doing once the season starts or if he's just realized by now that his side will be scoring far too many meaningful goals once their campaign begins to be celebrating balls shepherded into an empty net during the Gamper Cup.

Nasri completes move to Manchester City

Arsenal can confirm that the transfer of Samir Nasri to Manchester City has been completed for an undisclosed fee.

Nasri, 24, who joined Arsenal from Olympique Marseille in July 2008, made a total of 125 appearances for the Gunners and scored 27 goals.

Last season, Nasri scored 15 goals from his 46 appearances, including ten goals in the Premier League from his 30 appearances.

Arsène Wenger said: "Although we are all disappointed Samir has decided to leave us, we must respect his decision and also thank him for his fantastic contribution to Arsenal Football Club. Samir's on-pitch commitment to Arsenal was never in question and he always gave absolutely everything to the team.

"We will miss Samir, but if a player coming into the last year of their contract is determined to leave the Club and we also receive a competitive offer for them, this clearly influences our decision-making process."

Everyone at Arsenal Football Club would like to thank Samir for his contribution during his time at the Club.