The France international has always been a big character in Arsenal’s dressing room, a major factor in why Arsene Wenger was keen for Giroud to stay this summer.
And he’s been living up to that reputation on the training field.
Yes, things might not be going according to plan for Arsenal in the Premier League, having already lost games against both Stoke City and Liverpool.
However, Giroud is clearly keen to lift the players’ spirits… by any means necessary.
And if that means swapping positions and calling out goalkeepers Petr Cech and David Ospina in the process, then Giroud is more than happy to oblige:
Arsenal host Eddie Howe’s Bournemouth this weekend as the Premier League gets back underway following the international break.
Here’s hoping Cech or Ospina show a bit more grace in goal than Giroud does…