I know you heard that Willian said
he will nutmeg you. When it next happens.. Ah, yeah? He said that? What happens if he nutmegs you
and he laughs? -I’ll punch him badly.
-That’s a red card. -Hopefully, he doesn’t do that.
-I’ll punch him in the… Hey, man! Yeah! Yo, guys, it’s Chunkz. I’m here with David Luiz
and this is Group Chat. David Luiz will be dishing the dirt
on the Arsenal group chat – hopefully, as truthful as possible –
I want to know it all. OK, David… -Yes?
-Honesty is the best policy. So, I want to know,
who is in the group chat? How many players?
Is it the whole team or some missing? -The whole team.
-Serious group chat. Look, he’s already trying to deter. Who is the most active in the group chat?
Who is always messaging? -I think Hector is always…
-My guy! He’s always there,
he’s always talking with the guys, being good and being bad with some jokes
with the guys just to tease. -Teasing.
-It’s Hector. Who gets teased the most?
Who takes the most stick? Who’s the biggest target that everyone
says, “it’s him, let me take the mickey”? -I think it’s Joe.
-Joe Willock? Yeah. You’re the victim, bro.
What’s going on there? Because he’s easy to target, you think? No, because he’s a nice guy,
everyone loves him, and everyone wants to joke with him. Joe always has his eyes like this – he doesn’t want to open his eyes,
always a cool man. Yeah, yeah. He’s a good boy. I love him. -Who’s the admin of the group chat?
-The guys from the club’s logistics. -So, you have some serious guys there.
-You have serious guys in there? -Not just the players.
-You can’t always joke. -Yeah, you have to be careful.
-So, is there another group chat? It depends on the day
and depends on the joke. He’s insinuating
there’s something else going on. You asked about one group chat,
not the others. OK, fair enough. He got me.
I knew there was another group chat. -Yeah.
-There has to be. How many groups do you have? -Me? I have a lot.
-And so? But you only asked about one,
so I can switch it on you now. You never created a little one
just to joke? Of course, you have to.
Nothing better than a bit of banter. So, you’re telling me, you’ve got
the serious one with the serious people, and then you’ve got
the little jokey jokey? I want to talk about the jokey one. The problem is when you think you’re in
all of the groups, but you’re not. You think so,
but maybe they created one against you. So, be careful. He’s saying they can create groups
and you’re not even in it. -You don’t know.
-Yeah. Do you get involved in the banter
and mess about in the group? -No, not really. Not a lot.
-Not a lot? I prefer to joke in this way. -You can see he’s smiling.
-No, no, I’m telling you the truth. Who would you say
is the funniest in the group? And I’m talking about the side one,
not the main one. I don’t think we have one. -That means that no one at Arsenal…
-Because they are scared to do this. They are scared. They are scared. I get it.
Because people screenshot, send it over… I like David. He’s serious.
He’s saying, “I can’t talk too much.” In Chelsea,
I had a group just with the Brazilians. -OK.
-At Chelsea. So, Chelsea was different? Chelsea was just with the Brazilians
and that group was the bad one. -OK, there you go then.
-Yeah. Who were the Brazilians then? -There was me, Jorginho…
-Oh, yes. -Willian and Kenedy.
-Oh. -And that’s where the banter was?
-Yeah, that’s where. He’s already remembering some stuff. Find the target and go against them. But every day is one target. -New target, OK.
-Yes, a new target. -Who is the funniest out of that group?
-Willian because of his laugh. You know, Willian,
when he laughs, he makes you angry. -He has that laugh?
-He has that laugh! I know what you mean. When he laughs at you,
you want to punch him badly. I’ve known him since I was eight. -No way.
-Yeah. I’ve known him for a long time. -His laugh, still today, I want to…
-Just fight him. Wait, so, how have you known Willian
for so long? We played together
when we were young in São Paulo, Brazil. -That’s crazy.
-So, we met each other in school. We played together
until we were 10 or 11, then he went to Corinthians,
I went to São Paulo, and then we met again in the Under 17’s. I know you heard that Willian said
he will nutmeg you. When it next happens.. -Yeah? He said that?
-That’s what he said. No problem. Be ready, bro. So, what happens if he nutmegs you
and starts to laugh? I’ll punch him badly. Punch him in the… No, I’m sure he couldn’t nutmeg you.
You have nothing to worry about. If he does? -On the pitch or off the pitch?
-Both. -I have to find his laugh.
-Yeah. Because sometimes
he sends the audio just with the laugh. Everybody is like “blah, blah, blah”,
just writing. -But he wants the voice.
-He wants the voice. -He knows.
-He knows! He knows that his laugh is annoying, so… His laugh annoys Jorginho a lot –
his laugh. -And Jorginho’s the angry one.
-Yeah, he looks serious. -He’s not serious.
-Is he not? He likes to joke,
but when you go against him, he’s angry. He looks like an Italian stallion,
just serious, but he’s… He’s a Brazilian but he grew up in Italy.
That’s why. In a group chat, there will always be
a person that never replies. You know how you can see info
and see who reads it? They read it, but don’t reply.
In Arsenal, the Brazilian one, Chelsea? In my family group,
it’s my dad who never replies. He doesn’t care… My dad is so funny.
He sends me messages every day, you know? -Private one?
-Yeah, in the private one. “Good morning”
and then he puts “Your Dad”. And then I send to him,
“I already added you to my contacts.” “I have your number.
You don’t need to tell me it’s you.” -He always puts, “your dad”.
-Why does he say that? Then he sends,
“just so you remember that”. Sometimes, for fun, I say,
“Very good, and you? Your son.” Yeah. Then he knows I’m joking around. He probably doesn’t understand the joke. No, he understands,
but he stays serious, you know? -OK, fair enough.
-Yeah. -Is your dad a joker?
-He likes to joke. But he likes to joke
and play the bad guy, the angry guy, but he’s laughing on the inside. -I was a bad boy.
-Yeah? -I did stuff against the teacher.
-Talking in class? -When you put paper…
-And spit it out. In the teacher’s hair. I love that.
You would have been my good friend. -I was bad.
-Yeah. Then, my dad always remembers how many times he had to go to the school
to talk to the director, to see me there, so… Who uses the most emojis
in the group chat? -My mum loves these!
-Yeah? -Oh, my mum with the phone…
-The emojis? But in Arsenal, the young boys like them. -Yeah.
-Yeah. -The GIFs, you know?
-Yeah, the GIFs and all of that stuff. Someone scores a goal
and they put the GIF in. Because we have to make these GIFs. If a goal is scored, on the chat,
is everyone talking about it? Yeah, they talk about the goal,
if you have some crazy action, if someone falls down
without the ball, you know? They take the mickey. This is the moment they kill them
and post the action, they make a GIF and make a meme. -What’s your favourite emoji?
-My one with my curly hair. The curly hair!
I want to be in that group, it sounds fun. Let’s make a group –
me, you, Reiss and Joe. There you go. We’ll make that. -Just to wake Joe up.
-We will always be on time. -“Wake up!”
-You have to tell them. -With the alarm emoji.
-Yeah. That’s what we will do
so that they come on time. I’ve been Chunkz,
thank you so much, David Luiz. Group chats. He stayed loyal, so don’t worry, guys. Thank you very much. Take care.