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Initiations when joining a football team. If any of you played the sport at university you’ll be accustomed to the ordeal, and it’s common knowledge that it takes place at the professional level - with much less alcohol involved.
Well, Arsenal star Aaron Ramsey has revealed that Petr Cech’s offering upon signing for the Gunners this summer was particularly funny - and we’re going to agree with him.
Apparently, the former Chelsea star created his own rap, one that included the names of his new teammates and Arsene Wenger, and performed it for their amusement.
“Cech did a brilliant one,” Ramsey said.
“He was rapping. He made up this rap and went around each table rapping about the players on that table. So not only is he a drummer, he’s a rapper.”
No video of that, unfortunately. There is one of him going at it on the drums above, however.
Next up, it’s reported that Wenger scalded his under-performing stars on the training ground following their Champions League loss to Olympiacos.
It’s said the Frenchman broke character to berate certain players - we’ll leave it up to you to discern who, although David Ospina might well have been among them given his lacklustre display.
Arsenal 'don't defend'
Meanwhile, Olympiacos star Alfred Finnbogason has stuck the boot in with regards to those Gunners fans still reeling from the loss on Tuesday night.
The Icelandic striker, who scored Olympiacos’ third goal at the Emirates Stadium, said that Arsenal don’t want to defend. He also revealed the fact that his team had worked on scoring goals from the edge of the area in corner situations as Wenger doesn’t place any of his men there.