Fabregas: Length of Taylor ban ´unfair´

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Cesc Fabregas has reopened the row over Martin Taylor´s foul on stricken Arsenal striker Eduardo, insisting the Birmingham defender should take the blame for the incident.

Eduardo suffered a sickening leg break after Taylor´s two-footed tackle but while the Blues camp has rallied around Taylor, who was sent off for the challenge, Fabregas believes the defender is culpable.

"Of course I blame him," said Fabregas. "He did it and he knows why he did it. Of course he is not going to say he did it on purpose, he will never say that. But a very good player is injured for a year and the player who committed the tackle is suspended for three little games. It is very, very unfair."

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