Arsenal have succumbed to yet another embarrassment following defeat at the hands of struggling Swansea – and again, the calls have rung out for Arsene Wenger to leave the club.
Some shocking defending and goalkeeping errors from the Gunners helped gift the Swans a huge 3-1 win which lifts them out of the relegation zone – whilst Arsenal languish in sixth, eight points off the Champions League places.
After being knocked out of the FA Cup by Nottingham Forest, and seeing Alexis Sanchez depart for Manchester United – this result has done little to appease the growing sense of crisis at the Emirates, and as always, the fans have pointed the finger at the manager to take responsibility and leave.
The Gunners away form in the league this season does not make for pretty reading.
3 away wins out of 13 in the Premier League this season. #WengerOut
— PB (@OliPriceBates) January 30, 2018
The sentiment shown toward the legendary boss now seems to have entirely dissipated – and despite the anticipation of new signings Henrikh Mkhitaryan and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, many believe nothing will change should the Frenchman remain at the helm.
— ArsenalArena (@ArsenalArena) January 30, 2018
Arsenal (Away) vs relegation clubs:
And now lost to 20th place Swansea?
— Gunners4Life (@SeyiPeters_) January 30, 2018
With his legacy at risk of tarnish – a win in the Carabao Cup final now seems a matter of necessity for the year-old boss, but some fans have decided that enough is enough already, by organising a protest on Saturday ahead of Arsenal’s clash with Everton.
WE CAN SIGN AUBAMEYANG, BECKENBAUER, NEYMAR, PELE, GORDON BANKS, MALDINI, CHIELLINI, MESSI & MARADONA
AS LONG AS WENGER IS MANAGER WE WILL REMAIN ?
THEREFORE PLEASE ATTEND THE #WENGEROUT PROTEST
SPREAD WORD TO ALL AFC FANS
RETWEET AND SHARE PLEASE
THANK YOU pic.twitter.com/CTwboW504k
— WENGER PROTEST SAT FEB 3RD 15:45 (@Wenger_Protest) January 30, 2018
If that game fails to provide a positive result – then the tension will very much boil over come the final whistle.
Jordan Norris, Pundit Arena.