LB presents the Full Story of a Football Midfield Mastero who is best known by the Nickname ‘Cescy‘. Our Cesc Fabregas Childhood Story Plus Untold Biography Facts brings to you full details of notable events from his childhood time till date.
The analysis of the Ex-Arsenal and Chelsea Legend involves his Life story before Fame, Family Life and many OFF and ON-pitch little known facts about him. Let us begin;
Cesc Fabregas Childhood Story – Early Life and Family Background:
Francesc “Cesc” Fàbregas Soler was born on May 4, 1987, in the Spanish port town of Arenys de Mar. He came from a modest background.
His mother, Nuria, worked as a caterer for a time before she later owned her pastry company. His father, Francesc Fàbregas Sr., kept his family fed by labouring first as a construction worker before owning a property company.
Cesc Fabregas belongs to white ethnic Catalona background with a Taurus zodiac sign. Cesc Fabregas during his youthful days lived in a neighbourhood where bullfighting and mushroom hunting was the order of the day.
He lived a frustrating teenage life due to his parents divorce. This thou did not stop him from becoming a footballing world-class star.
Cesc Fabregas Family Life:
His father, Francesc Fàbregas Sr. wasn’t the super-rich type. He started life as an unskilled construction worker who contributed to the physical construction of today’s modern Catalonia known as Barcelona.
He was always the first person to break out a toolbox in construction which he used monies gotten take care of family and to send little Fabregas to his football academy. In a recent interview, Francesc Fàbregas Sr. stated much about his early start to life.
In his words….‘As an unskilled worker, I started life with all job even as they come with unique working conditions ranging from simple loading and unloading to challenging heights, or exposure to hazardous materials.
As a construction worker, I was prepared for anything! So as long I could pay my son’s fees in his football academy and feed my family. I made sure my son didn’t end up like me’.
Francesc Fàbregas Sr currently owns and manage his property companies, all thanks to his son Cesc Fabregas for monies provided for the startup.
However, it is pertinent to note that Soccer was also a large part of Francesc Fàbregas Sr’s life.
He once played soccer even after his son was born, and when it came time for young Fàbregas to take the field, it was his dad who served as his first coach.
While his father faced his construction job, his mother, Nuria Soler, worked as a caterer for the FC Barcelona stadium for a long period of time.
She was among the best in Camp Nou who arranges the delivery, preparation and presentation of food for football fans.
It was her son Cesc, the breadwinner of the family who fulfilled her dream of leaving the catering line to owning her own pastry company.
Today, her Barcelona based pastry company produces all kinds of baked products made from ingredients such as flour, sugar, milk, butter, shortening, baking powder, and eggs.
Nuria Soler loves her son to the core. Both of them are still inseparable. In a recent interview, she has once said..
‘Maybe, destiny and fate could have given Cesc a richer parents than me and his dad. But nothing, could have given us a better son than him.
We love our son, he’s the best thing that has ever happened in our lives. Ms Soler is separated from the her husband and is living with a new partner.
Cesc Fabregas has a younger sister by name Carlota Fabregas. They are both good companions.
She settled with her mother, Nuria Soler and both managed pastry company after divorce with Francesc Fàbregas Sr.
Cesc Fabregas Biography – Words for the most Handsome Footballer in the World:
First, it is worthy to assert that Cesc is extremely handsome and has a charming personality.
Thou, as a boy he didn’t attract all the girls. Then he was skinny and his cheekbones didn’t give him that perfect handsome look. He became the dream man of many young female fans in his twenties.
Today, his cheeks are chiseled like a finely-carved Michelangelo statue. His nose is perfectly symmetrical. His lips are lovely built: the kind that end in a cute little smirk at the corners. The rays of sun highlight the dimples in his cheeks and chin.
His lips are like sweet berries, and his cologne is as strong as the midnight moon. His eyes are bright and daring.
His frame is so firm and perfectly fit as specales of sweat run down the cuts of his abs. His hair is like deep waves that which every girl wouldn’t mind riding.
Little wonder many ladies would predict that his touch would be soft and gentle, strong and seductive.
Teenage Love Life:
Cesc Fabregas and his ex-girlfriend Carla Garcia fell in love as teenagers back in their native Spain. They became a couple when the 16-year-old Cesc was signed by Arsenal from Barcelona.
They have been together for seven years and many expected them to have a romantic wedding. However, the football star was said to split up with Garcia on April 29, 2011.
According to reports, the couple grew apart so Cesc decided to break up with her. However, it is unclear whether the appearance of Semaan in Fabregas’s life was the reason of the ending of his previous relationship.
Fabregas’s dad has admitted that the decision was “more his than Carla’s”. He also said that “”It’s a shame. They had been together for a long time and she was a lovely girl.”
Cesc Fabregas and Daniela Semann Love Story:
Among all unmarried lady admirers in the world, Cesc Fabrega’s heart fell for only one lady who did everything to end her marriage for the sake of love.
She is no other than the Lebanese born ‘Daniella Semaan’.
She is often tagged as the woman who has dragged former Arsenal star, Fabregas, into the centre of a multi-million-pound divorce battle. She divorced her ex-husband who is a property billionaire in order to settle with the former Arsenal man.
According to Property Billionaire ‘Elie Taktouk’,
“Am shocked that the UK laws are such that the courts will steal a man’s home and give it to an adulterous wife to share with her boyfriend who impregnated her”? Exclaims Elie Taktouk.
Depending on whom you believe, there are two versions of how the then Arsenal footballer Cesc Fabregas met his glamorous girlfriend Daniella Semaan.
Her account of events goes that they swapped numbers after she nervously went up to him at a Japanese restaurant in London to ask for his autograph for her football-mad son whom she had for her ex-husband.
After getting the autograph, reports indicated that the gorgeous Miss Semaan hip-swayed provocatively across the restaurant before brazenly dropping a piece of paper, on which was written her mobile number, onto the player’s table.
The first inkling 38-year-old Mr Taktouk had of the affair was when he opened his morning newspaper in June 2011 to be greeted by the sight of his wife, who is also 38, sharing a sun lounger with the Spanish international on holiday in Nice in the south of France.
And there are few things more likely to put a man off his breakfast than discovering the bikini-clad ‘mystery brunette’ draped all over a world-renowned footballer in some foreign clime happens to be his own wife.
Mr Taktouk has not taken being cuckolded — so publicly — lying down. This week, he dragged 25-year-old Fabregas into the ongoing (and very messy) legal battle with his ex-wife over the proceeds of their 13-year marriage.
At a Court of Appeal hearing in London, he accused Miss Semaan of lying to a judge in their divorce case last month by claiming the footballer does not fund her lavish lifestyle.
Mr Taktouk, who also originates from the Lebanon, wanted to reverse an order stating that he must sell the £7 million flat the couple shared in Belgravia in order to give his ex a £1.4 million lump sum to buy a new home in the capital.
He is furious that within three weeks of putting the grade II-listed apartment on the market, he received a £5.4 million bid for it from a business based in Barcelona — it transpired the company belonged to Fabregas.
Cesc Fabregas Family members:
Fabregas already has a two-year-daughter, Lia, with his lovely partner Semaan. Below are cute photos of the beautiful family.
Cesc and Family in close door photo shot.
Cesc Fabregas and Family in outdoor photo shot.
Cesc Fabregas and Family celebrating Chelsea’s Premier League title.
Witnessing the birth of his second child ‘Capri Fàbregas’
Off the field, things kept going just as good for Fabregas, following the birth of his second child in 2015.
He couldn’t contain his joy after becoming a father again, posting a selfie on Facebook from the delivery room with his girlfriend Daniella Semaan and the newborn baby.
Fabregas already has a two-year-daughter, Lia, with long-term partner Semaan.
On his official Facebook page the midfielder announced the news saying: ‘Father once again. I couldn’t be prouder, thank you @daniellasemaan7 for bringing another angel into the family and being so brave’ #CapriFabregasSemaan.
Cesc Fabregas Biography – The Product of a Broken Home:
Cesc Fabregas parent’s break-up hit him so hard at the tender age of 10 years. But the pain was eased momentarily by the intervention of Pep Guardiola who was the former captain of the Catalan club (FC Barcelona).
He was a player young Cesc idolized while growing up. Pep Guardiola consoled him severally. He has signed a shirt for Fabregas and on it was a message: “One day, you will be Barca’s number four”. This dream came to reality.
Cesc Fabregas Bio – Early Football Career:
Fàbregas has supported FC Barcelona since childhood and went to his first match when he was nine months old with his grandfather.
He began his club football career with CE Mataró, before being signed for Barcelona’s La Masia youth academy aged 10 in 1997.
His first coach, Señor Blai, reportedly did not select Fàbregas for matches against Barcelona in an attempt to hide him from their scouts.
This tactic, however, was unable to withstand Barcelona for long, and Mataró gave in and allowed Fàbregas to train with Barcelona one day per week.
Although he was a prolific scorer, sometimes scoring even more than 30 goals in a season for the club’s youth teams. He did not manage to play a first-team game at the Camp Nou.
From an early age, Fàbregas demonstrated the mental toughness and dedication to the game that set him apart as a true professional.
At the age of 8, with dreams of playing professionally very much on his mind, Fàbregas was already training hard and becoming careful about his diet, opting for fish and vegetables over fast food.
At age 10, he joined soccer club FC Barcelona’s youth academy, a renowned training ground for some of the sport’s most promising young players.
In the summer of 2003, Fàbregas showcased his impressive talent in the FIFA U-17 World Championship in Finland.
The playmaker led Spain to a second-place finish, captured the Golden Ball as the tournament’s best player and received the Golden Boot award for becoming the tournament’s top scorer.