Incorrect membership, Marquinhos? Arsenal new boy is left red-faced after posting an image with lyrics to Liverpool’s iconic anthem You’ll Never Walk Alone as he previewed his aspect’s conflict in opposition to Fulham
- Marquinhos shared a story on his Instagram earlier than the sport in opposition to Fulham
- The Brazilian added lyrics to the Liverpool anthem You’ll Never Walk Alone
- The 19-year-old joined the Gunners from Sao Paulo earlier this summer season
Arsenal summer season signing Marquinhos has left followers Online scratching their heads after posting a story to his Instagram account.
Mikel Arteta’s summer season signing confused followers on social Media regardless of not having ever stepped on the pitch for a aggressive sport with the Gunners.
Previous to Arsenal’s sport in opposition to Fulham on the Emirates on Saturday, Marquinhos shared a composite of himself in his new membership’s colors alongside the caption ‘Go with God’ written in his native Portuguese.
Marquinhos shared a story together with lyrics to the enduring Liverpool anthem to his Instagram
The 19-year-old Brazilian joined Arsenal this summer season from Sao Paulo
The one drawback with the Brazilian’s ahead’s picture was that it simply occurred to additionally embrace the lyrics from the Rodgers and Hammerstein basic You’ll Never Walk Alone.
Made well-known within the UK by Merseybeat group Gerry and the Pacemakers, You’ll Never Walk Alone is universally recognized as the anthem of Arsenal’s title rivals Liverpool.
Maybe the previous Sao Paulo star would have been conscious of this truth had he been current through the notorious coaching session final season captured by TV cameras within the All or Nothing documentary collection.
Mikel Arteta used You’ll Never Walk Alone as a part of a coaching train final season
Previous to a Premier League conflict at Liverpool, Mikel Arteta blasted a recording of the enduring music by way of audio system at Arsenal Coaching Centre in an try to provide his gamers a style of what the environment could be like at Anfield.
Followers on social Media have been fast to select up on the younger star’s gaffe, with many providing their opinions.
@Krbarnett1981 wrote: ‘Is that this for actual? If that’s the case he’s had a proper mare’
One other person made a joking reference to Arteta’s unconventional coaching methodology showcased within the current documentary: ‘Should’ve watched that episode and obtained confused’
In the meantime @Harrisufc joked: ‘His subsequent sport he’ll kick off with just a little rendition of “I’m perpetually blowing bubbles”‘
Fans on social Media shared their thoughts on the young player’s gaffe
This isn’t the first time that Marquinhos has managed to get his English clubs mixed up either.
Before he was officially unveiled as an Arsenal player earlier this summer, the 19-year-old had initially signed pre-contract terms with Wolves, and looked set to immediately go on loan to feeder club Grasshoppers.
In the end although, the Brazilian would choose as an alternative to make the transfer to north London, a choice that led the Molineux aspect to think about taking authorized motion.