Saturday, 27 January 2018

Piers Morgan calls for Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger to be replaced with Donald Trump – because he'd build a 'strong defensive wall'

Piers Morgan has called for Donald Trump to replace Arsene Wenger as Arsenal manager - because he can 'build a strong defence wall'.
The TV presenter has long called for Wenger to be ousted from the club after 14 years without a Premier League title. 

Teasing his exclusive interview with the US President, Morgan also released a photo of himself holding an Arsenal shirt with the name 'Trump' on the back while sitting beside the billionaire.
He said: 'The moment I invite President Trump to be Arsenal's new manager - because he'd build a strong defensive wall, have an attacking philosophy and want to win big trophies at all costs.'
Earlier this year Wenger refused to step down and insisted the club's turmoil had merely strengthened his resolve to remain as manager.
Arsenal are currently trailing three points behind arch rivals Tottenham and five behind fourth place Liverpool, who occupy the final Champions League spot.

But when asked in January if this could be his final season following a campaign of adversity, Wenger said: 'No, that's not the way I respond.
'I agree completely that 2018 until now has not been very positive but I am long enough in the job to know that what is important is how we respond to it and to focus on the performance.
'My personal situation is a bit secondary to all of that, what is important is how the team responds and what we make of 2018. 
During the interview Trump also apologised for retweeting videos posted online by Britain First and said he did it because he is a 'big believer in fighting radical Islamic terror'.
The 71-year-old was speaking to Morgan in Davos, Switzerland, and eventually said he would apologise if the far-right group was seen as being 'horrible and racist'.
It comes after the politician landed himself in hot water after he retweetedthree clips which purportedly showed 'anti-Muslim' material.  
They were initially posted by British nationalist Jayda Fransen, who has been convicted of hate crimes, and Theresa May publicly condemned the President.

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