‘God deliver our coach’, Dino Melaye goes spiritual over Arsenal’s woe | Dailytrust

‘God deliver our coach’, Dino Melaye goes spiritual over Arsenal’s woe

Dino Malaye
Dino Malaye

Former Senator representing Kogi West, Dino Melaye, has gone spiritual over Arsenal’s recent poor outings.

In a viral video, the former senator was seen calling for Mikel Arteta’s head and invoking spiritual power to do away with any evil agenda keeping the coach at The Emirates Stadium.

Melaye blamed d Arteta for the club’s humiliation.

He said, “Mikel Arteta you are the source of our problem. I want you to demonstrate Your power, oh Lord. Any power that is keeping Mikel Arteta in Arsenal what are you waiting for? Die! Mikel go!”

In another picture posted on his verified Facebook account, Melaye lamented over Arsenal.

“God please deliver us from our coach” and suggestive of a prayer session, Arsenal fans were seen with hands folded on their chests and in a sober reflection,” he wrote.

The gunners began the Premier League 2021/2021 campaign with a disappointing loss to Bretford.

This was followed by another 2-0 loss to Chelsea in the London Derby.

On Saturday 28 August ten-man Manchester City demolished the Arteta men in an embarrassing 5-0 premier League match.

On the whole, The Gunners have suffered three straight defeats since the start of the season.

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