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For those who are not mindful of ‘Pizzagate’ – otherWISe known as the’Battle of the Buffet’ – picture the scene: Manchester United have just beaten Arsenal 2-0 at Old Trafford. It’s really a result that ends the Gunners’ 49-match unbeaten run. After the match, players and officials from both sides struggle from the tube and, as tempers flare, punches are not the one real thing thrown – United boss Sir Alex Ferguson is hit by a little bit of pizza.
Football’s ‘whodunnit’ unfolds within the next 1-3 years before Fabregas finally admits he was to blame.
“I heard sounds (out of the tube ) and that I thought’what’s happening?’ – so that I go out with my slice of pizza plus that I watched Sol Campbell, Rio Ferdinand, Martin Keown… everybody pushing each other,” he said.
“I was like’I want to have in’ but that I don’t understand howto and that I just threw it. I apologise, Sir Alex, I truly didn’t mean to do that!”
Fabregas was handed lots of despair on interpersonal networking when he left his punditry debut for the BBC at last season’s World Cup in Russia.
Presenter Gary Lineker even jumped on the aisle, asking:”When does the flight take off?”
Fabregas responded and laughed that he got a”two for one” deal on the tops, and carried on wearing them through the duration of the tournament.
The Messi bromance
Despite Fabregas’ 1 2 years in England, the two have remained close friends and frequently leave us jealous of Instagram articles in their luxury holidays.
Fabregas even gave Lineker a signed Messi shirt once the two met to get a meeting last season.