Wojciech Szczesny is invited to Arsenal’s Sing Your Dialect following special performance – Tom Canton


In what has become an overnight sensation, Jacob from Manchester, or better known as @jacobbmc2, began what turned into a historic social media event on Twitter.

Using Twitter Spaces, Jacob hosted an online karaoke event called ‘Sing Your Dialect’ where people could join, and request to sing a few verses of a song of their choice.

Except it grew into a 40,000 strong party full of famous faces with even the likes of Barack Obama, members of the Sidemen, Micah Richards, Domino’s and Arsenal’s very own Aaron Ramsdale.

People from all over belted their favourite tunes and it has got The Arsenal Way thinking. Were the Gunners to host a special Arsenal-centric Sing Your Dialect Twitter Space, who might be the surprise entries to impress the masses?

Firstly, would have to be Wojciech Szczesny. The Polish goalkeeper now plying his trade in Italy with Juventus once sang a cover of ‘Call me maybe’ in which it instead was sung by the Arsenal fan base “Call me Szczesny.”

The video has been viewed hundreds of thousands of times and were a Twitter Space to be hosted by the Arsenal crowd, surely the shot-stopper would need his own segment to perform his famous number once again?

With the famous friendship between Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Alexandre Lacazette, a duet between the two would be a must.

Arsenal put together an ‘Unclassic Commentary’ of the two commentating over the 4-2 win against Tottenham in the north London derby.

The video has been viewed more than 3 million times and therefore the opportunity for the footballing best buddies to perform a joint tune together would surely draw in quite a crowd.

Ben White recently stunned many Arsenal supporters by saying that he does not watch football outside of playing it himself.

“I didn’t ever watch football when I was younger. I still don’t now. I just loved the game, I was always playing it, never watching,” White explained to Sky Sports.



Ben White explained that he never watched football as a youngster and had different interests outside of the game to this day.
Ben White explained that he never watched football as a youngster and had different interests outside of the game to this day.

His explanation is not one to criticise. A player’s access to hobbies and activities outside of football is an important aspect of maintaining a healthy mental state. Perhaps an invitation to further his singing interests would be one for Benjamin?

White was recently videoed enjoying the ‘Saka and Emile Smith Rowe’ chant on the team coach. A rendition from the England international on Sing Your Dialect would be something well worth watching.

Let us know in the comment section below what Arsenal player’s past and present you would like to see take part in an Arsenal Sing Your Dialect.

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