Only in your matchday programme can you read Cesc Fabregas' exclusive thoughts on the day of every home game - and his first captain's notes of the 2010/11 season are well worth your time.

Cesc looks back at last week's draw with Liverpool, has news about his own fitness, and remembers a World Cup-winning summer with the Spanish national side.

His version of history isn't just about the winners, though - he reveals that his first act upon the final whistle in Johannesburg was to console his good friend and team-mate Robin van Persie, who had played for runners-up Holland.

"The very first thing I did after the referee blew for full-time was speak to Robin and shake his hand," he recalls. "I know how it is - you don't think about anything else once you've started your celebrations, so I went straight to him before joining in.

"I told him he also deserved to win, and I think everyone should be proud that Arsenal had a player on each side in the final."

Read plenty more from Cesc tomorrow in your programme, costing just £3 and available from sellers outside Emirates Stadium before kick-off.

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20 Aug 2010