British TV journalist and supporter of ‘Wenger Out’ campaign, Piers Morgan on Friday tweeted a picture with US President Donald Trump that took social media by storm. While sharing the picture of him handing over an Arsenal jersey to Trump, Morgan wrote “The moment I invite President Trump to be Arsenal’s new manager.”
British journalist and television personality Piers Morgan took his dissent towards Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger to another level when he presented US President Donald Trump with an Arsenal jersey and asking the eccentric Republican to replace Wenger as the head coach of North London.
The 52-year-old posted a teaser on his official Twitter handle of his interview with Trump and in the end wrote that in order to see Trump’s hillarious response on it, tune into his show on Sunday night.
Piers Morgan, who is a die-hard supporter of the Gunners and a supporter of ‘Wenger Out’ campaign, on Friday tweeted, “*WORLD EXCLUSIVE* 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.” The tweet triggered a torrent of comments from Twitter users across the world, including players of Arsenal.
Arsenal fansite shared the picture with caption: “A photo we never thought we’d see…” While full back Hector Bellerin said, “Hope he said no.” Another TV journalist and Arsenal fan Harun Maruf reacted to Morgan’s tweet saying, “Piers using all his connections to get Wenger “FIRED!” Lol!”
Morgan Piers has been consistently critical of Arsene Wenger and his failure to land any significant silverware at Arsenal. The British journalist is also a vocal champion of Wenger Out campaign and to say the least, Morgan has pinned his and Arsene Wenger’s picture on his Twitter account while captioning it “The hottest love has the coldest end – Socrates.”
– By Margaret Jaja