ARSENAL fans hilariously called for the President of Rwanda to be appointed manager until the end of the season following their dismal defeat to Chelsea.
The Gunners are pointless after two Premier League games following losses to Brentford and Thomas Tuchel’s European champions.
Now the pressure and scrutiny surrounding boss Mikel Arteta is ramping up even further.
And one Gunners fan jokingly called on the Rwandan President to take over until the end of the campaign.
He said: “Give it to the president of Rwanda until the end of the season.”
This is in reference to the club’s shirt sponsor ‘Visit Rwanda’ which they signed a new four-year deal with earlier this week.
And there were more Arsenal supporters calling for a change in manager following the loss.
One said: “Arsenal haven’t improved. The players haven’t improved. The results haven’t improved.
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“The reasons to keep Arteta are more and more based on hope.”
And another added: “The team is a mess. Can’t score, can’t defend, can’t create. Arteta has to go.”
Arsenal’s two defeats and no goals scored mean it is the worst start in the club’s history.
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And it does not get any easier for Arteta and his players as they prepare to travel to the Etihad to take on champions Manchester City next weekend.
Arsenal have not beaten Man City away from home since January 2015 and have lost all of their last eight meetings in the Premier League.
If the North London outfit are beaten by Pep Guardiola’s side, there is a good chance they will head into the international break in the relegation zone.
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Source: The Sun