Fans React to Arsenal’s Unwanted Run Of Form On Twitter


After their surprise defeat to Brighton earlier today, Arsenal are surely set to miss out on next season’s Champions League competition except they ensure an unlikely triumph in the Europa League competition.

Arsenal were surprisingly defeated by Brighton in Sunday’s Premier League match as the Gunners are now on a four-match losing streak.

Last week Sunday, Arsene Wenger’s men were thrashed 3-0 by Manchester City, followed by the same scoreline defeat at the hands of the same opponent last Thursday.

With three straight defeats, Arsene Wenger became more pressurized to keep his job as there was an increased call for his sack by the end of the season.

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Though the Gunners are facing turbulent period but former Liverpool player Paul Ince during an interview with Sky Sports on Saturday believes the Gunners will emerge victorious over Brighton but that wasn’t the case as Wenger’s men lost to the AMEX outfits for the first time since 1982.

Fans and pundits have reacted furiously to the outcome of the match as they took to Twitter to express how disappointed they were with Arsene Wenger tactics and his inactive players.

According to Paddy Power, Arsene Wenger must have been a 90-year-old tactician for deploying such obsolete and ineffective tactics against Brighton.

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ExpressiveAFC tweeted that Wenger should help his dignity by resigning before being shown the exit door.  He believes the Frenchman man has seen it all and it’s time to leave the Emirates stadium.

Bankole Habeeb sarcastically tweeted that Brighton’s blue jersey scared Arsenal player as they took them for Manchester City.

It is yet to be seen whether the Gunners board of directors will be patient enough to work with the Frenchman beyond this season or they would succumb to pressure from the fans who are tired of seeing Wenger at the managerial position.


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