Aaron Ramsdale keeps his cool amid heckling from David Seaman and more in hilarious chip shop advert

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‘Your chips aaaaah!’: Aaron Ramsdale keeps his cool amid heckling from David Seaman and more in hilarious advert for Arsenal’s local CHIP SHOP – as club are hailed as ‘top class’ for campaign promoting small businesses

  • Aaron Ramsdale played the starring role in advert for Arsenal’s local chip shop
  • Arsenal legend David Seaman also made a cameo in which he heckled Ramsdale
  • The Gunners have received praise online for promoting local small businesses 


Arsenal goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale has starred in a hilarious new advert promoting a fish and chip takeaway local to Arsenal’s ground. 

Ramsdale has become an instant fan favourite since his move from Sheffield United last summer.

He quickly overtook Bernd Leno as the club’s number one shot-stopper and his passion and personality has been a hit with Gunners supporters.

Arsenal keeper Aaron Ramsdale starred in an advert promoting the club's local chippy

Arsenal keeper Aaron Ramsdale starred in an advert promoting the club’s local chippy

Arsenal legend David Seaman joins a crowd of people heckling Ramsdale as he is about to get his order

Arsenal legend David Seaman joins a crowd of people heckling Ramsdale as he is about to get his order

Ramsdale then hilariously lifts the chips joining the rest of the customers shouting 'your chips aaaah'

Ramsdale then hilariously lifts the chips joining the rest of the customers shouting ‘your chips aaaah’

In an advert posted on Arsenal’s official account, Ramsdale is seen walking into the ‘Chip Inn Fish Bar’ on Holloway Road and asking for a large bag of chips.

Everyone around him in the starts going ‘Oooooh’ with a cameo from legendary keeper David Seaman who joins in after popping his head through the door of the chip shop.

Ramsdale is then handed his order and joins in with the rest of the customers to say ‘your chips ahhhh’.

The advert replicated what rival fans shout at keepers in an effort to put them off just as they are about to take a goal-kick.

Ex-England number one Seaman pops up again at the end of the video to ask for a saveloy in an attempt to avoid getting the same treatment. 

Ramsdale went viral earlier this season for his reaction to Leicester fans doing exactly to him.

When Leicester fans shouted ‘you’re s*** aaaah,’ the Arsenal keeper joined in with the chant before pumping his fist in their direction. 

The video was posted by Arsenal as part of their campaign to put the spotlight on local businesses and ‘support supporters’.

Seaman in his hilarious cameo returned at the end of the advert asking to get a saveloy

Seaman in his hilarious cameo returned at the end of the advert asking to get a saveloy

Arsenal have received praise on Twitter for their hilarious advert in their efforts to promote small businesses. 

Twitter account HLTCO commented: ‘This is top class from Arsenal, shining a spotlight on local businesses to over 18m followers in a way that was always bound to go viral.’

Arsenal fan and YouTuber Chris MD wrote: ‘No point in anyone else posting anything on the internet this week because it won’t be better than this.’

Gunners supporter Lucy posted: ‘Never loved a player like I love Aaron Ramsdale, I don’t think I ever will again. Unreal.’

Aaron Ramsdale has become an instant fan favourite at Arsenal since joining last summer

Aaron Ramsdale has become an instant fan favourite at Arsenal since joining last summer

Salvatore Marziano wrote: ‘This is absolutely brilliant,’ while Luke Webb added: ‘This is the greatest thing Arsenal have produced since Bukayo Saka.’

Marc Williams tweeted: ‘I’m not one to exaggerate, but this is the single, most brilliant piece of social media I think I’ve ever seen.

FIFA’s official account even tweeted about the advert as they wrote: ‘During the pandemic, Arsenal and players past & present have been supporting local businesses, many who were hit hard economically.’

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