Citroen & Arsenal F.C Put Together Fan Song And “Survival Guide” [w/Video]

If you happen to be a fan of Arsenal Football Club, you just might enjoy this parody music video called ‘Return of the Fan’, starring Aaron Ramsey, Per Mertesacker & Laurent Koscielny.

However, that will depend on how happy you are with their 3rd place finish in the Premier League this year. Arsenal played their final game of the season last weekend, defeating West Brom 4-1, thanks to a Theo Walcott hat-trick and an additional goal from Wilshere.

They finished with 75 points, 4 shy of 2nd place Man City and 12 shy of League winners Chelsea. So if you’re bitter about that, you might just want to ignore this so called “music video” and start getting angry at Citroen for trying to find humor in defeat.

Then again, you might also be thankful for earning another Champions League spot so you might as well check out the song and the “Survival Guide” that Citroen put together – which is rather silly if we’re being honest (well, most of it is anyway).

The video is a parody of the famous ‘Return of the Mack’ hit from the 90’s, performed by Mark Morrisson. Besides starring Ramsey, Mertesacker and Koscielny, it also stars the Citroen C4 Cactus, C1 and Grand C4 Picasso.

You have to admit though, some of the lyrics are pretty funny and the fact that “There’s no more Match of the Day” is indeed sad.

As for the “Survival Guide”, well Citroen thinks you should be checking out activities such as Zorb Football, visiting the National Football Museum, learning to ‘Football Freestyle’, playing Footvolley, attending Camp Bestival Football School, playing FootGolf, playing Headis, taking a tour of the Emirates Stadium, joining a 5-a-side league and coming to the Emirates Cup.

The last two are actually good ways to “survive” the summer and hold out until the Premier League comes back in August.

The Emirates Cup is a summer pre-season tournament featuring Arsenal, Olympique Lyonnais, Villarreal and VfL Wolfsburg – which should make for some competitive games since none of these teams are particularly weak.



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