September 6th, 2012

The Sizzle Query: Suffering Cesc

He’s suffering, not sad, apparently. Like we’re supposed to know what the difference is between the two these days.

But anyway, is it weird that we’re a bit turned on by down-in-the-dumps yet cleanly shaven (with the saddest of sad puppy dog eyes to boot) Cesc?

Or, to put it another way if we must, do you find suffering Cescy?

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37 Responses to “The Sizzle Query: Suffering Cesc”

  1. RamseyPublicist says:

    Speaking as the former FabregasPublicst, I am all but affected with what is happening to Cesc. He's a good person and a great player too. He doesn't deserve all this sh*t that's happening in his life. No one does. But it's his decisions that placed him in this situation. People make decisions most of the time with expecting the better the outcome. Cesc probably did it too but he went the other way.

    But I still believe in him. I'm a fan and will forever be a fan. I know someday he will prove haters and doubters that he is a world-class player at par with the likes of Iniesta and Xavi.

    And to answer your question, Kickettes, in any look, Cesc will always look Cescy for me. I may find Aaron 'Sex-on-Legs" Ramsey hotter now but yeah, Cesc is still nummy!

    • kstarplayer22 says:

      can you please tell me whats been happening in his life cause ive not been up to date lately

  2. anon2 says:

    Cesc hasn't been performing since late into the second half of last season already. If he wants to play he needs to improve. If he can't see that he hasn't been up to par lately, then someone needs to give him a wake up call. He moved to Barca, he knew it would be competitive. And if he thinks he's having a hard time now, just wait until Thiago reaches full fitness (who I think is Xavi's natural replacement, albeit a bit more flashy).

  3. Agnes Wonka says:

    Well we knew this was coming. Too much parting, too much sex in public and all that ridiculous, makes you end up like that …sad and lonely…

  4. Karina says:

    After all the gross paparazzi pictures, I welcome a more humbled, albeit sad, Cesc. As a fan of his, I was stoked to see him return to Barcelona despite having reservations about how he'd fit in the squad. Pep was pretty creative about using him in different positions, and Del Bosque too during the Euro this summer. However, Vilanova isn't having the smoothest transition… In fact I kinda hate him so far….

    As per usual, great puns Kickette!

  5. Dizzy says:

    Ah, the grass ain't so green after all! All this "suffering" by spoiled millionaires is, well, insufferable.

    He is still incredibly hot though as long as he keeps his mouth shut, wonky eyes, shaved body and all.

  6. mabel says:

    OMG I can’t stop staring at this picture all the time. He is SO FINE. Please marry me!!!

  7. Kristina says:

    Oh my! All these suffering footballers. What is it now?! He doesn't think he gets enough time on the pitch? It's competitive out there, Cesc. Especially at Barca.

    But I must say that I like the suffering Cesc better. I don't like it when he smiles. I know, what an awful thing to say, but I just like his brooding face better.

  8. kel says:

    Well, this is what everyone said would happen to him. With Xavi and Iniesta on the team he'd be on the bench anyway.

  9. darkchild says:

    I think that it's a bitter pill to swallow that Xabi's and Cristiano's experiences were the exception, not the rule of the EPL to La Liga transfer path. I think Cesc thought he was going to get more play time after the Euros too. He should just be patient.

  10. gin_in_teacups says:

    My fervor for Cesc has diminished a bit, but I still have some warm and fuzzies for him (in other words, can I soothe your suffering dearest?) but really? If he didn't know that he wouldn't get as much playing time as he was used to at Arsenal, that is astoundingly short sighted. He knew he was going into a team that is largely the same make up as his NT, and he rarely starts for Spain.

    Anyway, I'd take this with a grain of salt. I'm pretty sure the Spanish media are just grasping at whatever they can in these few weeks when they can't stir up wackadoodle transfer rumours. So instead it's wackadoodle SADNESS AND SUFFERING rumours.

    • Sarah, Madrid says:

      You would think they would do but they actually didn't! Cesc didn't draw alot of attention media with the sadness of certain person! Cesc said he didn't like being sub or whatever, it was his words, however he did say he will work hard to compete he just complained about his lack of playing time!

      Then blogs made fun of his "suffering saga" :P

  11. Jayy says:

    I cant deny, he looks mighty fine here, but I lost my soft spot for him long ago.

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  13. IrishBlue says:

    Cesc's gone completely off my radar, I used to think he was hot but I dunno, he's different now….average….

  14. katie says:

    I just don't understand what he expected to happen when he went to Barca. He seemed like a more long term replacement for Xavi. He should have worked out an agreement with Arsenal where he stayed for a couple more years and then they would sell him.

  15. rachael says:

    He's obviously taken tbe news of being dropped from the finest five very badly is there still an undecided pkace coz I reckon he's trying to sneak back in with the sympathy vote!!

  16. Loninha - Brasil says:

    He is more beautiful every day, it's a shame that dates a woman who could be his mother! Couple ridiculous for my taste! Sorry but that's what I think!

    • Estelle says:

      Don’t hate me for this, but he probably got that trait (having a thing for older women) from G Piqué. I used to love those two so much :(

  17. Caitlyn says:

    Not really interested in cesc anymore. I used to like him but for reasons that are too long to list, for me, he lost his shine along tie ago.

  18. Katie Ann says:

    Hellooooo quarter-life crisis, why you look so good?

    But, in all seriousness, it probably is a tough situation. I think the drive athletes have to stand out in a talented field starts the day their folks bring them to their first kiddie practice. By the time one's grown up and pro-ed up it must reach epic proportions.

  19. Sarah, Madrid says:

    I really think Liga should start their own reality show by reality show, I mean put on cameras in locker room of teams, let us watch them, by locker room, I mean Shower!

  20. PepaCandela says:

    oh, FFS. the way some of these interviews get twisted around when translated from spanish to english is so ridiculous (see ie. every Xavi interview ever) they end up having to give interviews to clarify their previous interview.

    that said, he's looking good again. it was about time. i miss world cup 2010 era Cesc.

    • Sarah, Madrid says:

      Sorry? Xavi's words lost in translation, that's just not right! T is not he best of example, I am not being biased, even my friend who supports athletic thinks xavi speaks a lot of BS

      • PepaCandela says:

        Not liking his opinion is one thing, and anyone is free to that. My point was in reference to his interviews that are picked up by the foreign press, and especially during the Cesc-from-Aresenal saga, where so many Spanish expressions were misconstrued after translated (which is how 'lo esta sufriendo' becomes the far more dramatic-sounding 'Cesc is suffering').

        Xavi is a good example bc tends to be pretty outspoken with the press really that can happen to any player, from any team. For example, there were differences between what CR said the other day about being sad and how that story ended up being reported in the English press. What may seem like the obvious or direct sounding translation of a word or phrase does not always capture the tone or intent in the original language.

        • Sarah, Madrid says:

          I don't about english press in regarding to Xavi's quotes!
          But overall idea of Press is true, I agree!

        • Kristina says:

          Yep, Xavi is outspoken. Sometimes that is good and sometimes it is bad. It tends to depend on which person we are talking about. And I totally agree with you on the difference in dramatic value of the word "suffer" in Spanish and English. But, the media is having fun with it so, it's not much one can do.

  21. Miss_F says:

    Oh he is gorgeous! *drooool* ;)