Cesc Fabregas Finally Admits To Being The Culprit Behind ‘Pizzagate’

By The Editor
on 4th October 2017

Cesc Fabregas admits to lobbing the pizza at Sir Alex…


 

One of the most infamous stories in Premier League history has finally been provided closure after Cesc Fabregas admitted to being the culprit behind lodging a slice of pizza at Sir Alex Ferguson in the ‘Battle of the Buffet’.

After Manchester United ended our 49-game unbeaten run in controversial circumstances Рbordering on a blatant conspiracy РArsene Wenger and the players struggled to control their emotions after the game.

Referee Mike Riley seemed intent on handing the hosts the win on that day, allowing Gary Neville and Ruud Van Nistelrooy to get away with blatant red cards before awarding Fergie’s men the decisive penalty after Wayne Rooney dived.

Wenger and Sir Alex went at it in the tunnel, as the former Man United boss revealed in his book, which set off a clash between both sets of players.

However, despite the coming together of some huge figures in the game, the one story which emanated from that fracas was that someone from the Arsenal dressing room lobbed a slice of pizza at Sir Alex Ferguson, hitting him squarely in the face.

“I heard noises and I thought what’s happening?” Fabregas said on A League of Their Own.

“So I go out with my slice of pizza and I saw Sol Campbell, Rio Ferdinand, Martin Keown… everyone pushing each other.

“I was like I want to get in but I don’t know how to and I threw, just threw it. Once I saw it was hitting, like, who it was hitting, which I didn’t mean‚Ķ”

It was first narrated by Ashley Cole in his book which was released in 2006, who hinted at a young starlet being the man with a wonderful aim, and many have speculated that it was Fabregas since that date.

And after appearing on Sky One’s A League of Their Own show, James Corden gave the Spanish playmaker the chance to finally set the record straight, and he delivered.

Check out his ‘confession’ in the video above.

 

source: Sky1


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