Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is more than likely sick of criticism regarding his decision not to sign his former captain Cesc Fabregas last summer, but a brilliant parody video from Gunnerblog has summed up that frustration better than an interview from the Frenchman ever could.
Fabregas completed a £27 million move to Chelsea last summer and has made that transfer look an absolute masterstroke so far this season, proving nothing short of an assist machine by creating 11 goals in just 15 Premier League games.
Consistent performances from the Spanish playmaker have provided yet another reason for Arsenal fans to make familiar moans about Wenger's transfer policy, but even grumpy old Claude of ArsenalFanTV fame will probably raise a smile to Wenger's spoof singing in this video.
Let him rot with John Terry
Wenger's spoof comedy effort, to the tune of 'Let It Go' from the Disney smash Frozen, pulls at the heartstrings as the Frenchman, dubious accent and all, attempts to explain why Fabregas is now strutting his stuff over in West London.
One particularly passionate line pulls right on the heartstrings, with Wenger declaring: "The fans are asking why they've got Cesc in their side, I couldn't keep him here, heaven knows I tried."
Even Coquelin gets a mention
Arsenal fans have been forced to accept that Wenger ultimately picked £42.4 million man Mesut Ozil, Aaron Ramsey and co. over Fabregas, but the forgotten men of Francis Coquelin and Abou Diaby also both get a mention in this video that should raise a smile in N5.
Coquelin's loan move to Charlton Athletic is afforded one of Wenger's biggest key changes, along with a pretty emphatic line that goes something like: "Cesc's never coming back, the past is in the past."
Check out Gunnerblog's handy work in the video of the bottom of the page, or by clicking HERE, and judge for yourself if its enough to thaw the ice of a civil war brewing among Arsenal fans over Wenger's position.
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