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Arsenal defender David Luiz risks tainting Chelsea legacy even further with controversial Instagram post

Arsenal defender David Luiz has risked upsetting the Chelsea fan base with an Instagram story he uploaded in wake of Sunday’s North London derby victory.

Luiz spent six-and-a-half-years as a Chelsea player, winning the Champions League in his first stint with the club and the Premier League in the second. He’s one of the most iconic defenders in the club’s history, even having switched allegiances to London rivals Arsenal.

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There’s no denying, though, that Luiz will be losing fans within the Chelsea faithful every time he pulls on the Gunners shirt, and this post he shared on his Instagram story might be the final straw for many more.

Luiz appears to have missed out a pretty important word, ‘North’, before London there. Arsenal’s victory over Spurs took them all the way up from 10th to 10th, meaning they are still the fourth-ranked London side in the Premier League at current.

It’s not going to make Chelsea fans particularly happy, and it’s actually just incorrect. Maybe one to delete, David?

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5 Comments

  1. Arsenal2win says:

    David, London’s truly red, who disagrees should pls hug the nearest transformer 4 all I care.

  2. Tuncci wan says:

    London is Blue
    Everybody knows what am posting

    1. Arsenal2win says:

      Pls somebody should Tell me which’s the most successful London team.

      1. Static Shock says:

        The answer is Chelsea. Unless you’ve been in a coma for the last 15 years.

        1. Arsenal2win says:

          @Static shock, I’m not surprised at all 4 a Chelsea fan 2 be ignorant of the most successful London club. I’m only worried about the shock they will get when they learn Chelsea isn’t. It will be a static shock 2 some, pity. Do they have Google Apps in their phone ? I don’t think so, another pity.

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