Arsenal yesterday lost their first Premier League game to Brentford. They lost to Brentford 2 goals to 0. The winning goal scored by Brentford’s Norgaard was just enough for them to have their first win against Arsenal.
Head Coach of the Club Arteta admitted how poorly they performed.
“It is a very disappointing night, we needed to start in a very different way” he said after the match
But President of Rwanda, Paul Kagame is not very happy with the English club. To him, Arsenal has exhibited mediocrity for over a decade if not decades and that should never be accepted.
Just minutes after the match ended, the President posted on Twitter his dissatisfaction of the club’s performance, his candid opinion and the best strategy to use.
“we must not excuse or accept mediocrity. A team has to be built with purpose to win. So that when we lose, it was not to be accepted. I am sure we all know on whose shoulders the heaviest burden rests. I hope they know too or even accept it” he ended his conversation with much sadness, demanding all necessary actions be taken as soon as possible.
“It’s been a struggle for about a decade(s) – ups and downs, more downs until this point” he continued