Cesc Fabregas has accepted an apology from Pat Nevin and the BBC and also urged the players to come together to start winning games for Chelsea.
Former Chelsea player, Pat Nevin apologized to Fabregas after pointing out him to be the player who said “I would rather lose than win for Mourinho”.
Fabregas has accepted the apology from the ex Chelsea player and insisted further his relationship with Jose Mourinho has not changed and he has great respect for the ‘The Special One’.
Chelsea Football Club have hired Guus Hiddink as their new manager till the end of the season. Fabregas knows Chelsea running out of time to turn their season around. Chelsea are in the bottom part of the table in the league and that Blues must start winning games in order to earn the top four spot.
Guus Hiddink is expected to bring changes to the team but Cesc Fabregas is likely to be a regular starter for the London club. Chelsea face Watford on boxing day and then on Monday take on Manchester United.
Chelsea Football Club face Paris Saint Germain in the round of 16 in the Champions League. The first tie is to be played in February and this allows Chelsea to have time and find the form to beat PSG.
Cesc Fabregas posted on the social media saying, “I can reiterate that I had an exceptionally good relationship with Jose Mourinho as I will aim to have with any coach that I play for,” he wrote on his official Instagram account.
“The football club is more important than any one player. We have all let the manager and club down this year as a collective unit.
“We will get this right of that I am sure. With all your help we can put this period behind us and make @chelseafc great again.”