Swedish artist ‘Elliot’ writes song about Watford’s Ken Sema
A Swedish musician wrote and published a song about Watford winger Ken Sema.
In addition to Watford supporters, Sema also impressed the artist from his home country known as Elliot, who wrote a song about the Watford striker.
Speaking to Watford Observer, Elliot said Sema was an inspiration to him as a player, but after suffering an injury that kept him from playing, he was limited to watching games instead.
His favorite player to watch is the man known inside Vicarage Road as King Ken, so much so that two weeks ago he released his new song inspired by the winger.
“Ken has been a great inspiration and role model for me for a long time,” said Elliot. “I love his style of play and his movements with the ball. I had a knee injury four years ago and still can’t play football until this day, instead of playing the game I watch playing at Watford and the Swedish national team. . I make music so it was time to do a song about my biggest soccer idol Ken Sema. ”
The catchy chorus repeats the line, “Ken Sema, No problema, Han skjuter vart vi pekar, Ken Sema, No problema, ja ni fattar vad vi menar” which roughly translates to: “Ken Sema, no problema, he shoots where we designate it. ”
Elliot explains, “That means if we tell Ken to shoot in the bottom corner … it’s going to end up in the bottom corner because he’s the best player ever!”
“All jokes aside, he’s my favorite player and in my opinion the best player I’ve seen. The rest of the song is the story of his past with his former clubs, which he can run faster than a leopard and score unreal scores. goals. ”
Elliot is tipping Sweden for big things this summer at Euro 2020, even with their tough squad in which they will face Spain, Poland and Slovakia.
He believes it will “not be a problem” for Ken and his team to advance to the round of 16.
“I actually think they’re going to dominate the group,” he said. “A draw against Spain and a draw against Poland, then a big win against Slovakia. I believe in Ken and the rest of the Swedish national team!”
Anyone interested in listening to the song can do so here.