CESAR AZPILICUETA JOINS BOSS ANTONIO CONTE IN PUSHING CHELSEA CHIEFS TO SPLASH OUT BEFORE THE TRANSFER WINDOW CLOSES

It's 17 players out and just four in for the champions this summer — and now Cahill/' title='Gary Cahill News'>Gary Cahill and Fabregas/' title='Cesc Fabregas News'>Cesc Fabregas are banned

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Cesc Fabregas:
Gary Cahill:
Cahill: Cahill is a name of Irish origin. In Irish, It is the anglicized version of the Gaelic " Cathail" meaning "descendant of Cathal." "Cathal" consists of two parts: "cath" means battle the second could be "val" , so that the name as a whole meant "battle ruler" or "strong in battle", or it could be "a
Fabregas: Fbregas , Fbregas or Fbregues is a Catalan surname, deriving from any of the places in Barcelona province named Fbregues, from the plural of Fbrega .