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Ashley Cole shows off his true colors as he says he hopes Chelsea will make it to the Champions League places

“You don’t mean that!”: Ashley Cole shows his true colors as he says he ‘hopes’ that Chelsea will make it to Champions League places … before Jamie Redknapp reminds him of Arsenal – just to laugh at his reaction

  • Ashley Cole showed his true colors when he said he hopes Chelsea will make it to the top four
  • Jamie Redknapp asked Cole about Arsenal, but he laughed and didn’t answer
  • The left back made a controversial transfer from Arsenal to Chelsea in 2006

Ashley Cole showed his true colors after saying he ‘hopes’ that Chelsea will have Champions League quality before being reminded that he also played for Arsenal.

The former English international made a very controversial move from London from Arsenal to Chelsea in 2006.

As an Sky Sports expert on Arsenal’s 2-0 win over Wolves, Cole discussed the race for the top four in the Premier League.

Ashley Cole showed his true colors as he snapped Arsenal and 'hopes' Chelsea will make it to the top four

Ashley Cole showed his true colors as he snapped Arsenal and ‘hopes’ Chelsea will make it to the top four

“I think when it comes to the top four, I find it difficult,” said the 39-year-old.

“I couldn’t put my money in who will finish in the top four, it’s probably in the top seven

“If you say Arsenal is here, why can’t you say Sheffield United is here?

“I find it too difficult for me to choose, I hope Chelsea will make it.”

After showing his support for Frank Lampard’s blues side, Jamie Redknapp reminded him of his days at Stamford Bridge when he asked “And Arsenal?”

Cole silently repeated Redknapp, adding, “And Arsenal.”

Cole made a controversial move from Arsenal to Chelsea in 2006 and showed his loyalty

Cole made a controversial move from Arsenal to Chelsea in 2006 and showed his loyalty

Cole made a controversial move from Arsenal to Chelsea in 2006 and showed his loyalty

When asked if he wanted Arsenal to make it to the top four, Cole laughed and didn't answer

When asked if he wanted Arsenal to make it to the top four, Cole laughed and didn't answer

When asked if he wanted Arsenal to make it to the top four, Cole laughed and didn’t answer

Redknapp then quickly responded, “You don’t mean that,” Cole grinned, saying nothing.

The left back was an academy prospect at Arsenal and made his debut on the first team in 1999. Four years later, he was part of the infamous ‘Invincibles’ team that went on for an entire Premier League season without losing a game.

Cole made 228 appearances for the Gunners when he won two Premier League titles and three FA Cups before transferring to London.

At Stamford Bridge, the defender won the Premier League, four FA Cups, the League Cup, Champions League and Europa League in 338 games.

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