Piers Morgan has the solution to all of Arsenal’s woes: Bring in Donald J. Trump as new manager. The talking head, an unabashed Arsenal fan, recently interviewed the U.S. Commander in Chief and, according to a tweet on Friday, offered Trump the job of replacing Arsene Wenger as manager to Make Arsenal Great Again.
The moment I invite President Trump to be Arsenal's new manager - because he'd build a strong defensive wall, have an attacking philosophy & want to win big trophies at all costs.
See his hilarious response on Sunday night, ITV, 10pm. #TrumpMorgan pic.twitter.com/pVZdFD6N0J— Piers Morgan (@piersmorgan) January 26, 2018
Morgan’s logic is flawless. Trump would build a strong defensive wall and say Tottenham is going to pay for it. His attacking philosophy is also strong, just ask anyone who tries to claim his hands are small. And his will to win trophies is obvious to anyone who has seen his laundry list of wives.
But #MAGA hasn’t transformed into Make Arsenal Great Again. Instead, Twitter reacted negatively as Arsenal fans on both sides of the pond did not agree with the idea of Trump coaching the Gunners, including Arsenal right back Hector Bellerin and Arsenal Ladies midfielder Heather O’Reilly.
Hope he said no https://t.co/EDRyiap4ni— Héctor Bellerín (@HectorBellerin) January 26, 2018
Same Hector. Same. https://t.co/dnu4xkA3lw— Heather O'Reilly (@HeatherOReilly) January 26, 2018
As if Arsenal fans haven’t been humiliated enough for the past 8 years. Morgan, you’re going to hell for this one.— Mangal 2 Restaurant (@Mangal2) January 26, 2018
I think we have enough problems at Arsenal dont you?— Gooner Eagle Eye (@ColossalChig) January 26, 2018
Nah but would take Trump instead of Kroenke for sure— Lets Talk Arsenal (@ltarsenal) January 26, 2018
He would sell Ozil you know.— GraemeOwen (@Graeme11Owen) January 26, 2018
You had his IQ on the shirt. Cute— Rick Sanchez (@RickittyRekd) January 26, 2018
“We’re gonna need a bigger shirt”— Todd Prinz (@ToddPrinz) January 26, 2018
i came across a huge mound of rotting cattle carcasses once, in a downtown johannesburg car park. that experience was less revolting than this seeing this tweet.you are an ebola pandemic in human form.
— mbappé ka sithayi (@comradesipho) January 26, 2018
Never been happier to be a Spurs fan.— Simon Bowden (@Simon_Bowden) January 26, 2018
— MerlinUnited (@MerlinUnited) January 26, 2018
Not everyone opposed the idea. Some would be plenty willing to replace Wenger with Trump if that meant Wenger would become U.S. president.
Not sure about that but Wenger would definitely make a far better US president— Matt Spiro (@mattspiro) January 26, 2018
If Wenger becomes US president, States like New York, Las Vegas and the likes would leave at the end of their contracts— Atoyebi King Kennyx (@KingKennyx20) January 26, 2018
Would be decent if we got the United States government to invest in the club— Sonny Spencer (@SonnyLeeSpencer) January 26, 2018
Trump would certainly make an interesting addition to the Premier League’s already cantankerous managers.
— Simon Mostyn (@mozzasr) January 26, 2018
We can neither confirm nor deny Trump's interest in the job at this point. But who wouldn't love to see Trump going up against Jose Mourinho, Antonio Conte and Jurgen Klopp?