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Cesc Fabregas Quickly Deletes Tweet About Chelsea’s Cautious Style of Play

Cesc Fabregas Quickly Deletes Tweet About Chelsea’s Cautious Style of Play

Cesc Fabregas opened up to his Twitter followers today by allowing a Q&A session – but the Chelsea midfielder was quickly forced to delete a comment about his club’s style of play.

The Spanish World Cup winner seemed at a loose end this afternoon, and asked his followers on social media to hit him with some questions in an impromptu message.

As we told you earlier, Fabregas admitted being keen on a return to Arsenal as a coach once his playing career is finished, but Chelsea fans would probably be more concerned with his take on the club’s current playing style.

Manager Antonio Conte has taken some stick in recent months for the Blues’ cautious approach to matches, and Fabregas seemed to agree with the summation that the London outfit aren’t as expansive as the ought to be at times:

Whilst he made this comment, Fabregas quickly deleted it, probably in fear of a tongue-lashing from Conte.

But what do you think? Do Chelsea have a responsibility to attack teams more than they currently do?

Let us know in the comments section below…

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