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With the departure of Cesc Fabregas to Barcelona, Song was now assigned to provide the assists for the club alongside Aaron Ramsey. During a league match at Newcastle United, Song stomped on [[Joey Barton]], and this resulted in him being charged with improper conduct and given a three-match ban. On 24 September 2011, Song scored his first goal of the season in a 3–0 home victory against [[Bolton Wanderers F.C.|Bolton Wanderers]]. He provided an assist to Robin van Persie following an impressive dribble for the first goal in a UEFA Champions League game against [[Borussia Dortmund]] on 23 November to secure a place for Arsenal in the last 16. Song again assisted van Persie who scored a volley, during a match against [[Everton F.C.|Everton]] which also proved to be the only goal as the 125th anniversary game ended 1–0 to Arsenal. Song also showed his assisting skills in the following matches: In an FA Cup match against Leeds United, Song played a wonderful through ball past four Leeds United players to the returning legend, [[Thierry Henry]]. The game ended 1–0, sending Arsenal into the 4th round of The FA Cup. He then provided two assists in back to back matches against Tottenham Hotspur at home for Theo Walcott and also the winning goal for van Persie against Liverpool at Anfield with a delightful long-ball in the dying minutes of the match. The matches ended in 5–2 and 2–1 victories respectively, highlighting the importance of Song's presence in the team not only as an anchorman in the middle but as a playmaking midfielder. Song played a wonderful overhead pass to Theo Walcott and claimed an assist against Aston Villa on 24th March 2012. Arsenal went on to win the game 3-0.
 
With the departure of Cesc Fabregas to Barcelona, Song was now assigned to provide the assists for the club alongside Aaron Ramsey. During a league match at Newcastle United, Song stomped on [[Joey Barton]], and this resulted in him being charged with improper conduct and given a three-match ban. On 24 September 2011, Song scored his first goal of the season in a 3–0 home victory against [[Bolton Wanderers F.C.|Bolton Wanderers]]. He provided an assist to Robin van Persie following an impressive dribble for the first goal in a UEFA Champions League game against [[Borussia Dortmund]] on 23 November to secure a place for Arsenal in the last 16. Song again assisted van Persie who scored a volley, during a match against [[Everton F.C.|Everton]] which also proved to be the only goal as the 125th anniversary game ended 1–0 to Arsenal. Song also showed his assisting skills in the following matches: In an FA Cup match against Leeds United, Song played a wonderful through ball past four Leeds United players to the returning legend, [[Thierry Henry]]. The game ended 1–0, sending Arsenal into the 4th round of The FA Cup. He then provided two assists in back to back matches against Tottenham Hotspur at home for Theo Walcott and also the winning goal for van Persie against Liverpool at Anfield with a delightful long-ball in the dying minutes of the match. The matches ended in 5–2 and 2–1 victories respectively, highlighting the importance of Song's presence in the team not only as an anchorman in the middle but as a playmaking midfielder. Song played a wonderful overhead pass to Theo Walcott and claimed an assist against Aston Villa on 24th March 2012. Arsenal went on to win the game 3-0.
   
==International career==
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==International career==he is gay
[[File:Alexandre Song & Mohamed Chihani 2009.jpg|thumb|Song during match Cameroon vs Morocco (2009)]]
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during match Cameroon vs Morocco (2009)]]
 
Song was first capped by [[Cameroon national football team|Cameroon]] in 2005.<ref name="Song Billong, Alexandre">{{cite web
 
Song was first capped by [[Cameroon national football team|Cameroon]] in 2005.<ref name="Song Billong, Alexandre">{{cite web
 
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