International footballer, Fabregas who plays as a central midfielder for English club Chelsea, has opened up on events that led to the sack of Jose Mourinho.
Cesc Fabregas claimed that Chelsea players let former boss Jose Mourinho down.
Mourinho was sacked as manager of the Stamford Bridge last December, after a run of poor results and reports of him falling out with some players including Fabregas.
The Portuguese had given the squad extra holiday, after they won the Premier League and Fabregas feels the players failed to repay that trust.
“A lot has been said, and many wrong things, about that,” Fabregas explained on Monday Night Football.
“I love Jose, and I even consider him my friend. We still keep in touch right now and some of the things said were unfortunate.
“But I have huge respect for him, and I think Jose’s biggest problem was that he trusted us too much. He gave us more holiday because we were champions, he believed in us more, he trusted us more, and we let him down.
“The whole team, all the players. And that was the main reason why, at the end, he had to go – and myself, and all the team, feel bad for that.”