After a dismal start of the season last weekend away at Brentford, Arsenal fans globally seem to have joined hands with an outcry for their manager to be sacked.

Rwanda president Paul Kagame on friday took to his twitter account and shared his frustrations after Friday’s 2-0 defeat.

“What?? It’s football; it’s a loss of Arsenal at/to Brentford. Brentford deserved to win and they did. The game itself aside Arsenal and the fans don’t deserve to kind of get used to this….NO !!! I say this as one of the big fans of Arsenal. The change has taken too long to come!,” the president said in his tweet on a back clash of abuses from his fellow Africans who thought that he was supposed to support football in Rwanda as opposed to supporting Arsenal football club from England.

While it will be a result the home side will never forget, it will be one that their opponents, Arsenal will want to quickly move on from.

Former Spurs player Jamie O’Hara would have undoubtedly enjoyed that result and he continued the backlash that Arsenal rightly deserved.

“How can you let a ball bounce in your six yard box? That is unacceptable, as a defender, as a keeper, communication, it has to be better.

“This is Arsenal we are talking about, Arsenal football club who go on about their big, huge football club in the world who wanna get in the top four, winning titles over the years, got beat by Brentford.

“They’re heading for the Championship if they keep playing like that. That was one of the worst performances I have seen.”

Despite the Gunners finishing last season in excellent form, winning their last five matches, they looked far from the team that strung those results together.

Arteta is now under a lot of scrutiny with O’Hara saying former Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe should replace the Spaniard.

Many football pundits globally have predicted the Gunners to have sero points in their opening three league matches.

Their next two games in the league will be a cracker as they face champions’ league winners Chelsea followed by a trip to defending Premier League champions Manchester city.

By Shadrack Andenga Odinga

Source: Talk Sport

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