‘Enough is enough, Take some action’: Some angry Arsenal fans react to defeat vs Leicester
Several angry Arsenal fans have taken to social media to call for some sort of action to be finally taken by the club after the defeat which came away to Leicester City on Saturday evening.
Arsenal’s woeful season in the Premier League got even worse on Saturday as they succumbed to their third defeat of the campaign against an in-form Leicester City side.
The Gunners went into the clash with the Foxes, having failed to win a single game in the league ever since the narrow 1-0 triumph over Bournemouth which came right before the last international break.
Despite producing a slightly improved performance in the first half of the game, Arsenal collapsed later on after the restart as Leicester City scored twice in relatively quick fashion to seal the contest.
It was yet another worrying display and worrying result for the traveling fans who have now seen their team fall very far behind in the race to finish in the top four this season.
Enough is enough, Emery out.
2-0 down then brings Pepe on, fantastic tactical management. Useless prick
— Corey Tippett (@Corey_Tippett) November 9, 2019
Take some action. The man has literally destroyed the football club. Do something ffs @Arsenal #EmeryOut
— Mudit (@MuditJindal2) November 9, 2019
9 points of the top 4 and now with a negative goal differential – what’s it going to take to sack Paella Pardew
— You Are My Arsenal (@YouAreMyArsenal) November 9, 2019
Xhaka was the problem. Ozil not starting was the problem. Not starting our best players was the problem.
Our players aren’t the problem. It’s the manager.
We’ve spent £200m and got worse…
— now.arsenal (@now_arsenaI) November 9, 2019
15 months into the job, over £120m invested in transfers and we're 6th in the league, 9 points off top 4. Still doesn't know his best 11 and formation. Doesn't know whether he is a 'protagonist' or 'chameleon'. Sack him. He's done at Arsenal. #EmeryOUT
— LTArsenal™ (@ltarsenal) November 9, 2019
Emery hasn’t been able to organise his midfield all season. Makes us a mess at the back and clunky moving forward.
Can’t rely on individual talent to save you every time.
— Le Grove (@LeGrove) November 9, 2019
And for arguably the most frustrating statistic of the day….
87 – Arsenal have won 87 points in their 50 Premier League games under Unai Emery (W25 D12 L13) – one fewer than they managed in their final 50 under Arsene Wenger (W27 D7 L16). Regression. pic.twitter.com/jAfA0dzuIj
— OptaJoe (@OptaJoe) November 9, 2019