Cesc Fabregas, a former outstanding footballer, embodied the most pronounced characteristics of Spanish football for many years and had the honor of working with coaches who have made football history.
Arsene Wenger, the legendary Arsenal manager who molded him into one of Europe’s best midfielders, introduced him to the footballing world, and he then honed his skills at Barcelona as part of Pep Guardiola’s legendary squad. He also won the Premier League title in England under Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho.
According to Italian media reports, Fabregas will now be able to put his theoretical knowledge into practice as the new coach of Italian second-division side Como, where he ended his football career in July.
Cesc Fabregas has been working as a youth team coach at Como since then. Following the resignation of first-team coach Moreno Longo, he is expected to be named head coach in the coming days.
The club, based in the well-known tourist destination, is currently sixth in the Italian Serie B table.
“However, we would like to embark on a new path that we hope will provide more excitement and entertainment for Como and beyond fans.”
“We hope to make a new appointment for the position of head coach in the near future.” We appreciate the fans’ patience as well as their unwavering loyalty and support. Forza Como, as always.”
Como, who are sixth in the table, will not play again until Saturday, November 25, when they face Feralpisalo.