Sorry Fergie...it WAS me who threw pizza at you!

October 2017
Daily Mail;10/5/2017, p82
CESC FABREGAS has finally admitted he threw the pizza at Sir Alex Ferguson during the 'Battle of the Buffet'. It is a tale that has entered footballing folklore. Arsenal travelled to Old Trafford on October 24, 2004 on a record 49-match unbeaten run. They went on to lose a tempestuous game 2-0. The sides clashed in the tunnel, and, in a tale that had never been confirmed, Fabregas was alleged to have thrown a slice of pizza at the Manchester United manager.


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