Gunners get giving

Arsenal defender Kolo Touré files the nails of a teenager with cancer as team-mate William Gallas looks on in a promotional film for the football club's season-long support for the Teenage Cancer Trust.

Do What I Say: Toure and Gallas make themselves useful
Do What I Say: Toure and Gallas make themselves useful

The Do What I Say advert shows Arsenal players doing whatever teenagers want them to do - striker Eduardo does a young man's maths homework, goalkeeper Manuel Almunia carries coats and defender Bacary Sagna is a chauffeur.

The ad will be shown on the campaign's website all this week to promote the club's dedicated match day - Arsenal's clash with Liverpool this Sunday - and encourage supporters to donate.

Arsenal players and directors will also donate a day's wages to the trust. The club has a target of £300,000 over the season.

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