Arsenal fans have have been getting excited after a video was seemingly leaked revealing the club’s striking new adidas home kit ahead of next season.
A brilliant and innovative adidas video was leaked online on Thursday evening with a real London theme running throughout, featuring the likes of Ian Wright, Tony Adams and popular actor and big Arsenal fan Idris Elba.
A video was leaked on Thursday revealing Arsenal’s new adidas home kit ahead of next season
Sead Kolasinac and Co speak in dubbed London accents during the hilarious video
Arsenal legend and former striker Ian Wright narrates the north London-themed video
The video starts with Ozil getting a fresh trim in the local barbours as Sead Kolasinac waits his turn.
When asked what he makes of his new haircut, the German playmaker – while wearing the new kit – answers: ‘Looks fresh bruv’, before Kolasinac replies: ‘Yes my G, that is flames you know.’
Arsenal legend and former striker Wright narrates the video with some inspiring messages throughout – he opens up with: ‘Let me tell you something, you ain’t born a Londoner, you’re made one.’
The video then pans to the club’s star strikers and close friends Lacazette and Aubameyang, who can be seen eating a traditional English fry up in a local Arsenal cafe.
The deadly duo act the scene out as Arsenal supporters ahead of a crunch match, with Lacazette saying: ‘Big game today mate’, before Aubameyang replies: ‘Course mate, ours for the taking.’
Throughout the social media video, it reflects back to the club’s successful past in their old stylish adidas kits, showing Wright scoring his brilliant chip against Everton in 1993.
The video pans to Alexandre Lacazette and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang eating in a local cafe
While eating a traditional English fry up, Aubameyang and Lacazette discuss the big match
Alex Iwobi gets interrupted during a press conference by midfielder Matteo Guendouzi
The video also pays tribute to the fans’ beloved David Rocastle, who sadly passed away in 2001.
Wright can be heard saying: ‘When you put on our shirt you turn and face, you never hide. That’s how we create legends that never die.’ The video then pans back to the local cafe, with Aubameyang fondly looking up at a picture of Rocastle, as fans sing the famous ‘Oh Rocky Rocky, Rocky Rocky Rocky Rocky Rocastle’ chant.
Matteo Guendouzi and Alex Iwobi also star in the video, with the latter speaking to the media at a press conference.
But he gets interrupted by a FaceTime call from Guendouzi, with the Frenchman speaking in an amusing dubbed London accent: ‘Alex Iwobi, why are you ducking my calls? Hurry up man, you’re taking liberty…’
Arsenal captain Laurent Koscielny features near the end of the brilliant video, with the Frenchman giving an inspiring speech to some youngsters: ‘We play for the badge, we go all the way. Remember, we run north London!’
Hector Bellerin wraps up the clever video in his own cockney accent that he picked up after coming over from Spain in 2011, telling the media at a press conference: ‘What can I say man, north London is home.’
Wright embraces F2Freestyler Jeremy Lynch on the streets of north London
Arsenal captain Laurent Koscielny gives an inspiring speech to youngsters before a match
Popular actor and big Arsenal fan Idris Elba also features in the amusing adidas video
Other funny features in the film include club legend and former captain Adams speaking to a reporter in Chinese while Ozil and Kolasinac watch on TV.
Ozil looks at Kolasinac and says: ‘Oi listen, Tony’s on a mad ting you know’, before the left-back replies: ‘True dat fam.’
The short adidas film has given Arsenal supporters a real buzz ahead of the official release of the home kit next Monday, July 1.
The Gunners will be back in adidas kits for the first time in 25 years after their five-year deal with Puma expired at the end of last season.
Arsenal will also be donning a new away shirt next season and it sees a return to the ‘bruised banana’ colour that was popular with the club in the 1990s. The away colour was used between 1991 and 1993.
Hector Bellerin wraps up the video by saying: ‘What can I say man, north London is home’
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