The businessman settled in to watch the Gunners square off crystal Palace in selhurst park at the first game of the season this afternoonbut he could not ignore the color of the second kit that Gabriel Jesús, Gabriel Martinelli, Bukayo Saka and contributed to the game.
The North London the players stepped onto the pitch in their light pink stripe, looking very stylish if we do say so ourselves.
But it turns out the 75-year-old was not a fan and questioned why pink had been chosen for the uniforms.
‘Pink shirts! I wonder if @IanWright0 would have played in a pink jersey,” he tweeted.
Ian- who previously criticized Lord Sugar on your comments on the commentary of the women’s Euro 2022, you have not yet responded.
However, the post caught the attention of many others who were quick to remind the BBC star of the time she dared to wear a pink shirt while on Apprentice.
‘Is that you, mate?’ one questioned, along with a screenshot of him in the boardroom.
‘Pink shirts! I wonder if old Alan would have been a trainee in a pink shirt,” joked another.
One follower shared: ‘And what’s wrong with pink shirts?’
‘What’s wrong with pink?’ one Twitter user wrote, along with a photo of Ian in a downright amazing sparkly print top.
When a reporter responded with the same image, Lord Sugar quoted his reply on Twitter and raged: “You idiot, a pink shirt to wear with a suit is perfectly fine.”
‘But a football shirt… Come on.’
Arsenal managed to beat Crystal Palace and take all three points, proving that the pink kits did not in any way hamper their ability to play football.
Perhaps all clubs should follow a similar route?
Lord Sugar’s tweet comes after he made headlines during the recent Euro 2022 women’s tournament, complaining about all-female commentary teams.
“I’m watching women’s soccer and I realize that ALL the commentators are women,” she said at the time.
“I also notice that when there is men’s football there is a token female commentator to cover the announcers’ butts.
‘I should complain, there should be a male commentator in women’s football.’
Despite the post not being entirely accurate, he later claimed that he had had an impact on commentators’ decisions when Ian Wright appeared in the squad for England’s game against Norway.
“I was pleased to see that my old partner Ian Wright was given the opportunity to comment on the game of checkers last night,” he later posted.
‘I wonder if my previous tweet below struck a nerve. Of course BBC Sport will say no, Ian was already lined up @IanWright0.
Having precisely none of that, the former England ace said in a video: “Alan, the thing is, my friend, rather than just saying, ‘I was wrong, a lot of men are working at all levels of the tournament.'” . dubbed by complete nonsense.
In your mind, you actually thought that after I sent that tweet, the BBC phoned me. Never mind the fact that we’ve been ready to do this for a year, I’ve been booked for a year.
“Do you really think they called me and said ‘Ian you need to get back from Germany ASAP’ Alan Sugar tweeted and we can’t bother him we need to get it!”
‘Do you really think that happened? I need to know! Because that tells me your ego is totally out of control.
‘Where are the people around you to hug you, brother? You need a hug man. Coming to Twitter for attention like this is laughable. Stop doing it to yourself.
“In all seriousness, I’m glad you’re looking and the only thing you can find fault with doesn’t even exist,” he added. I hope you enjoy the rest of the tournament. Can you tweet again so I can work on Friday? Please? God bless you.’
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