‘Please leave the club immediately’: Some fans attack this Arsenal man after Vitoria game
A number of Arsenal fans took to social media to express their dissatisfaction over the efforts of one man at the club even though the team was able to pull out a win against Vitoria on Thursday night.
The Gunners were actually on a relatively impressive unbeaten run prior to this week, having failed to avoid a defeat since the 3-1 loss away to Liverpool at the very start of the season.
However, an abysmal show at Sheffield United on Monday saw Unai Emery’s side suffer their second defeat of the campaign, as they failed to register any meaningful shot on goal against the newly-promoted Premier League side.
On Thursday night, the Gunners faced another scare as they conceded twice to underdogs Vitoria at the Emirates stadium.
With the team trailing for much of the game and having to be rescued by a Nicolas Pepe brace, most of the fans attacked Unai Emery in the end for guiding the players in the wrong direction nonetheless.
Please leave the club immediately, Emery! You've had enough time to form your own team/philosophy but we somehow look worse than we did under Wenger.
— William Srutcher (@SumtinClat) October 25, 2019
Don’t let that masterclass from Pépé distract you from the fact that Emery is clueless and still needs to leave Arsenal as soon as possible.
As happy as I am with the win, we have to admit we were quite lucky to pull that one off… We should be clear winners in these games! 🤷🏻♂️
— Evan Cooper (@Lacazest) October 24, 2019
Starting to hate Emery so much I don’t know if we should sack him now or wait until his birthday
— Paddy (@PaddyArsenal) October 24, 2019
Emery is right. He has made us much more competitive. Shit teams really compete with us now.
— ∞ (@TheFalseNein) October 24, 2019
Chelsea appointed a manager with just over one season’s worth of experience, had a transfer ban & lost their best player all within the same summer. Yet they already have more of a clear playstyle and long-term goal than we’ve managed to see in 16 months under Emery.
— Patrick Timmons (@PatrickTimmons1) October 23, 2019