Cesc Fabregas denies rift with Denilson Neves

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Cesc Fabregas denies rift with Denilson Neves
Arsenal captain Cesc Fabregas has been quick to deny rumours of a rift with teammate Denilson following his comments on the Spaniard’s leadership capabilities.
Denilson had earlier questioned Fabregas’ role as captain, claiming that the World Cup winner lacked the necessary leadership qualities to take the team forward.
Speaking about the lack of a unifying voice in the Arsenal squad, the Brazilian told the media, “Fabregas is the captain but he is not a leader. It's a personality thing and a leader can be young. It's something they are born with. We are lacking leadership
and we need leadership to go forward. There isn't a leader. I don't see one player as a leader. At Arsenal it's more of a collective team at the moment, everyone is talking - but a leader is always important for a team.”
However, Fabregas has moved quickly to dispel rumours of a falling out between him and the Brazilian. The Arsenal captain wrote on his Twitter account, “About what Deni (Denilson) said. I've been in his situation before, (It is) just a misunderstanding.
Now let’s win tonight.”
Denilson was reportedly unhappy with life at the Emirates Stadium in the recent weeks. He has had limited opportunities to make his mark at Arsenal in 2010-11 season. He was sidelined due to niggling injuries, and has since lost his place in the starting
eleven to 
The midfielder was contemplating a move away from the Barclays Premier League in the hopes of playing regular first team football. However, manager Arsene Wenger has been forced to rotate his squad to deal with the congested fixture list, meaning that Denilson
is getting more and more chances to prove his worth.
The young Brazilian is set to feature against Leeds in Wednesday’s FA Cup replay at Elland Road. Let us see whether Fabregas and Denilson can put their differences aside and concentrate on keeping their FA Cup title hopes alive.



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