English top premier league club Arsenal’s woes see like far from over after suffering another 2-0 defeat to local rivals Chelsea.
First half strikes from new signing Romelu Lukaku and right back Reece-James handed the Champions league winners three points.
For Mikel Arteta’a side, the ship keeps sinking deeper and time might be running out for him before his job comes under pressure.
Some fans have already started calling for the Spaniard’s sack.
Last week saw ardent Arsenal supporter Rwandan President Paul Kagame slam the Gunners for the mediocre performances.
In a three part tweet, Kagame said that a team is built to win and should not tolerate mediocrity.
Kagame went ahead to say that one of the ways to boost the team is being busy in the market recruiting new talents.
However, Arsenal’s transfer business has left many people yearning for more saying the signings are lackluster ones.
Kagame then said that a team should be built with the desire to win so that when it loses, it’s not taken as an obvious case but a surprise.
Yesterday, Arteta was questioned about Kagame’s comments to which he replied that he totally agrees with everything President Kagame said.
“I agree that Arsenal should not accept mediocrity. I totally agree with that.” Arteta said.
The club though seems like it’s becoming a mediocre side and currently languishing in the 19th position after two games with no win or a goal registered yet.
They take on Manchester City in their next game.
Rwanda is one of the Arsenal sponsors with the Visit Rwanda logo appearing on their left sleeve.