A hard season is over, and Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is off on his holidays.
The Gunners' new home shirt will be officially unveiled by Puma tonight, but here is Wenger wearing an amazingly garish t-shirt on the touchline during a charity match in Marrakech.
Wenger was in Morocco to take part in a charity match with Didier Drogba, Djibril Cisse, Mamadou Niang and Robert Pires all also featuring.
Many of the faces on Wenger's t-shirt were artists performing at the Marrakech du Rire festival, including comedians Jamel Debbouze and Gad Elmaleh.
After the triumph, scorer of the opening goal Theo Walcott said: ""The Premier League has to be the next target for us.
"That's two FA Cup wins now but this is one of the best squads we have had at Arsenal so we should be achieving more. We need to start well in the Premier League next year."
Arsenal's new home shirt will be unveiled at the Emirates Stadium soon, here is a leaked image of it.
The kit features the classic red with white trim and a small sliver of gold around the collar. Not a patch on Wenger's T though...
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