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Watch: Arsenal fans unveil new William Saliba chant

The Gunners faithful have been keen to show some love for their side’s starring stopper on Saturday night


The Arsenal contingent in attendance at the club’s meeting with Bournemouth this evening have unveiled a new chant, in support of up-and-coming defender William Saliba.

Mikel Arteta’s troops, of course, are locked in action at present.

Eyeing a 3rd successive victory to open the Premier League campaign, the Gunners have made the trip to the Vitality Stadium, for a showdown with the aforementioned Bournemouth.

And, as things stand, yet another three-point haul is precisely what Arsenal look headed towards.

This comes owing to an electric start on the part of the evening’s visitors, culminating in captain Martin Odegaard finding the net not once, but twice inside the opening quarter of an hour:

In turn, it should not come as much of a surprise to hear of the Arsenal contingent to have made their way to England’s south coast being in fine voice at the Vitality.

And one member of Arteta’s ranks in particular has seen his name take centre stage amongst the travelling support.

The player in question? William Saliba.

Stopper Saliba of course sealed a long-awaited return to north London this summer, since going on to earn starts in all three of Arsenal’s Premier League fixtures to date.

And, evidently, those of a Gunners persuasion are appreciative of the efforts of their prodigious young talent.

In turn, a humorous new chant (to the tune of ‘Tequila’) has been heard stemming from the away end at the Vitality throughout the action to date.

Check out Arsenal’s new Saliba song below:

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Conor Laird

Conor Laird

Die-hard Juventus fan with a love for all things Italian, and a real soft spot for Arsenal cult heroes. Emmanuel Eboue, Nicklas Bendtner, Philippe Senderos... Give them all statues outside the Emirates.



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