Arsenal goalkeeper Petr Cech is pretty good at the drums

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Arsenal goalkeeper Petr Cech is famed for his ability between the sticks. The Czech stopper has built a reputation as a world-class goalkeeper during his time in the Premier League, but it appears he has another talent.

The former Chelsea goalkeeper posted a video on YouTube of himself covering Nirvana's In Bloom, and it seems the stopper is as good with sticks, as he is between them. 

If the Czech international had not gone on to have a successful career in football, he could quiet easily have had a career in music.


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Cech is clearly a massive fan of the drums and regularly posts videos of his covers on his personal YouTube channel. 


Having joined the Gunners from London rivals Chelsea during the summer, Cech has endeared himself to the Arsenal faithful with some top performances.

Despite being at fault for both of West Ham's goals in the 2-0 defeat, Cech redeemed himself with a stunning performance to earn Arsenal a draw against Liverpool. 

The 34-year-old's signing was expected to take the North London club onto the next level, and provide the base for a strong tilt at the Premier League.

However, Arsenal's inability to bring any more players in during the transfer window has quelled expectation at the Emirates.

But if Arsenal do struggle in the league, then the pressure will be on Arsene Wenger, with many supporters becoming frustrated with his management of the club.

Despite winning two consecutive FA Cups, the Arsenal fans expect more from their team and want to see them challenging for European and League success.


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