LISTEN to Arsenal ace Petr Cech's new charity song released with Queen legend Roger Taylor, called "That's Football".
The ex-Chelsea stopper, 36, is well known for his drumming ability – but he even has a crack at singing from what we can gather from the sneak preview.
The full song is set to be released at midday on Thursday, but we can now give you a little taster.
And it's fair to say fans can expect to be treated to an instant classic – much like John Barnes' hit World In Motion…
In the preview alone, Queen drummer Taylor, 69, and Cech can be heard belting out the imaginative lyrics: "That's football. We love football. Yeah football."
In the short clip, the song lists: "The pitch, the roar, the crowd, the score, the fans, the night…"
It then concludes that that is, in fact, football, by reminding us: "That's football. We love football. That's football. Yeah football."
The Arsenal keeper and part-time drummer has announced he is quitting football at the end of the season after 15 years in the Premier League.
And he's perhaps set to venture into music (watch out world) according to a recent post on Twitter.
Cech tweeted: "Watch out Ed Sheeran, Stormzy, & others, there’s a new artist in town.
"To mark my retirement the legendary Roger Taylor and myself thought it would be fun to do a song to raise money for the wonderful @Willow_Fdn out next week on Virgin Records."
Cech – one more time for good luck – reminded us: "#thatsfootball".
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