Cesc Fabregas fine after car accident
Monday 04 April 2011
Arsenal captain Cesc Fabregas was unhurt after being involved in a minor car accident this morning, the club have confirmed.
The 23-year-old Spain midfielder had the collision on the way to training, but there were no serious issues with neither party requiring hospital treatment.
An Arsenal club spokesman confirmed: "Cesc was involved in a minor car accident on his way to training this morning.
"After the incident, Cesc made his way to our training ground in London Colney and took part in a training session as normal.
"The Police are fully aware of the incident."
Fabregas has just returned from an injury lay-off, having missed two matches after a reoccurrence of his hamstring problem.
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