ARSENAL FANS HAVE BEEN LEFT IN AWE AFTER THEY LEARNED WHAT WENGER DID FOR CAZORLA
Arsene Wenger managed from 1996 to 2018. In all his years as Arsenal’s manager his this act was the most classiest of them all. Recently, Arsene Wengers Classy Cazorla Gesture has fans in awe.
Wenger has been a man of class. The French Manager has been known for his classy acts on and off the field. His class just protrudes off his body.
Cazorla joins Arsenal training camp ahead of move being confirmed. RvP and Arshavin also go, could play Cologne on Sun: http://t.co/TQTQT75i
— John Cross (@johncrossmirror) August 7, 2012
He had quickly become a fan favorite. One of the finest midfielders to ever play for the Gunners.
He had a very versatile midfielder. He could play a deep role. As a central midfielder. An attacking midfielder. Even as a wide-man.
He scored the winning goal to help Arsenal win the FA Cup and end their 10 year trophy drought.
FA Cup final. 10 year trophy drought. 2-0 down to Hull. Up steps Santi Cazorla to score one of the most important goals in the clubs history. pic.twitter.com/n4Kjxt1Upq
— ᴍᴏᴢʌʀᴛ (@MozartVII) May 21, 2018
THE FALL OF CAZORLA
In his last 2 seasons, his injuries took a toll on him.
He was first ruled out for 3 months with a knee injury on 30 November 2015. But he didn’t feature for the team until 15 May 2016. Arsenal’s last match of the season.
Then on 19 October 2016, he injured his Achilles Tendon. He needed surgery.
Santi Cazorla was on the pitch even after all the other players walked off.
That 6-0 win against Ludogorets was the last time we saw Santi, a part of Arsenal FC has died since his injury. pic.twitter.com/drMxryiFv0
— LTArsenal™ (@ltarsenal) February 25, 2018
He had to go through 10 surgeries. Doctors said that he might not be able to walk again.
Cazorla: "The doctor told me if I was able to walk with my kid in the garden I should be thankful." https://t.co/hJJCP2GzXU
— Chris Wheatley (@ChrisWheatley_) November 3, 2017
After the 8th operation his foot contracted Gangrene on the affected area with the infection area of tendon.
He needed skin grafts. He lost around 8cm of his tendon. He was gone for over 550+ days and during that time he missed almost 100 matches.
Since October 2016, Santi Cazorla:
– suffered a horrible ankle injury against Ludogorets
– had foot infected with nasty bacteria
– lost 8 cm of Achilles tendon
– undergone 10 surgeries
– missed 98 Arsenal matches
– resumed training after a 554-day break
— Shot on Goal (@shotongoalx) April 26, 2018
WENGERS CLASSY CAZORLA GESTURE
Santi Cazorla revealed that prior to undergoing his first Surgery. Arsene Wenger had rewarded him with a one year contract extension.
So that he could undergo his surgery without having to worry about whether he’d have a job or not after the surgery. Wengers classy Cazorla Gesture got him praise from all over the world.
In a recent interview, he revealed this. Cazorla said:
Arsène always supported me.
He renewed my contract before the first operation, which was an incredible gesture.
He called me in:
‘Santi, I’m going to give you the optional year. It’s here, sign it, have your operation with peace of mind.’
That helped me focus on my rehabilitation without fear. I’m eternally grateful for that.
Source : THE GUARDIAN
His contract ended this summer. He rejoined his former club Villareal CF on a free transfer. This is how Villareal unveiled him.
Source: The Guardian
He also started for Villareal three times this season.
He revealed his wish to stay and continuing to play for Arsenal. He said:
They were very good, very honest.
My idea was to do at Arsenal what I eventually did here.
I knew whoever was going to sign me would have to see me first: nobody just gives you a contract.
Pre-season with Arsenal, let them see me, then we all decide.
But they couldn’t wait to FINALIZE the squad. They said they’d help any way they could otherwise.
I understood it, respected it. I’m eternally grateful.
This is him. Back on his feet.
Cazorla already balling for Villareal after long injury. This man’s one of the most underrated players in the recent league’s history. Look at these passes. ? pic.twitter.com/Jaz54xzwms
— Aubazettes (@Aubazettes) August 27, 2018
Wish we could’ve kept him. But had to let him go.