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VIDEO: Comedian’s Hilarious FA Cup Spoof Of ‘Je Ne Regrette Rien’ Sang By Arsene Wenger

VIDEO: Comedian’s Hilarious FA Cup Spoof Of ‘Je Ne Regrette Rien’ Sang By Arsene Wenger

Arsenal have made it to this year’s FA Cup Final, where they will meet Hull City.

So now the preparation really begins, with some massive questions being asked.

Will Mesut Ozil return from injury in time?

Will Oxlade-Chamberlain start in midfield or on the wing?

And will we see a better unofficial Arsenal FA Cup anthem than this one released by Jim Daly?

To answer the last one, we think not.

By Stuart Hynd – @supers0nic_

Described on YouTube as “an alternative FA Cup final song for Arsenal,” the video sees comedian Daly perform a version of Edith Piaf’s classic, Non, Je ne regrette rien…as Arsene Wenger.

The English translation of the song’s title is “No, I regret nothing.”

Something which Gunners fans will surely enjoy given their manager’s stubborn reputation.

In the video ‘Wenger’ claims to have no regrets, “even though our fans are in tears, cause’ we haven’t won anything in 9 years.”

What’s football if you can’t take the time out to laugh at yourself, eh Arsenal fans?

 

 

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