Arsenal brought in Unai Emery as their new boss during the summer who in turn made a number of new signings in a bid to overhaul the team.
And one of the key signings was that of goalkeeper Bernd Leno who was expected to replace the ageing Petr Cech in goal during the current Premier League season.
But Leno has not been able to break into the first team as of yet and Petr Cech remains the No 1 under Unai Emery.
Cech has already played four games in the Premier League this season and by the looks of it, the 36-year-old is working hard even during his off days.
Petr Cech recently uploaded a photo of him as a linesman during a football match.
And reading the captions one could understand that he was not punished during a training session but was instead officiating for a Sunday League match at the grassroots level.
— Petr Cech (@PetrCech) September 17, 2018
And this initiative brought in large amounts of positive responses from the fans who praised the Arsenal keeper for supporting grass roots football.
Here are some fan reactions:
Atleast you have your career after goalkeeping sorted
— Tay Fam (@SarriOut) September 17, 2018
This is great Petr. Support grass roots
— martin mead (@arsenalman2013) September 17, 2018
— Tom Hartley (@thomaswhartley) September 17, 2018
Top man 👍🏻⚽️
— Scott Wright (@Scotty76Wright) September 17, 2018
Arsenal will take on Ukranian side Vorskla this week in the Europa League and Petr Cech is expected to be rested for the game meaning Bernd Leno can make his European debut for the Gunners.
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