Paul Kagame Rwandan President has harshly criticized Arsenal’s performance in their shocking loss to Brentford saying “we simply must NOT excuse or accept mediocrity.”
Goals from Sergi Canos and Christian Norgaard earned the Bees a well-deserved 2-0 victory in their Premier League arc Gunner’s boss Mikel Arteta admitted that the acting wasn’t good enough, and that was a sentiment shared by Kagame.
The Rwandan leader is a huge fan of football, and Arsenal in particular, and made his feelings known after Friday’s defeat.
“We simply must not excuse or accept mediocrity,” Kagame wrote on Twitter. “A team has to be built with the purpose of win-win. So when we lose … it wasn’t to be expected! Arsenal has been left behind by players like Manchester City, Manchester United, Liverpool, and Chelsea, and Kagame questioned the club’s strategy.
Kagame said: “It has been a fight of about decade (s) – ups and downs – lower up to this point. Can’t we have a plan that really works? One part to keep in mind is how we trade in the market: the players we buy to execute the plan.
The touch & go mentality does not bring changes ” Arsenal’s next game will be a tough test as they entertain Chelsea next Sunday, with a trip to Manchester City after a meeting with the Blues.