Shambolic Gunners Pile Pressure On Wenger

Arsenal fans, already angry with Wenger, turned on the players by chanting "you're not fit to wear the shirt" at Selhurst Park, and the manager said he understood the supporters' frustrations.

Instead Andros Townsend scored a squibber, Yohan Cabaye knocked in a banger, and third-choice goalkeeper Emiliano Martinez pulled down Townsend in the box, leading to a Luka Milivojevic penalty goal. If they won all the second balls we would not have so much possession.

AW: I think they were sharper than us in the duels and certainly in many decisive situations tonight, yes.

Meanwhile for Gunners fans on Twitter, things got so bad they started tweeting the faces they pull while watching their team...

"We played with a desire to win the game with an offensive team".

"We probably need another three points but as each game comes we have to try and keep the points up".

"Honestly, I am disappointed tonight".

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Rather than put up a fearless fight, Sam Allardyce's side emphatically rubber stamped their ambitions of top flight survival, with the win putting distance between them and the relegation battle that is starting to heat up below.

But Wenger, who has repeatedly refused to say what he intends to do, was in no mood to discuss his own future after the defeat.

In 20 seasons in charge of the Gunners, Wenger has never failed to secure a top-four place - but his side now lie seven points adrift of fourth-placed Manchester City.

Palace leaked goals under Pardew, but have discovered defensive resilience under Allardyce - leading to four clean sheets in their past six league games. Arsenal had plenty of the ball, but their chances were limited, and they looked under serious threat every time Palace broke forward.

"The result might be a shock, but we did that again and did it better". In the first half, we had problems getting in the game after 10 or 15 minutes.

Wenger, who has yet to sign the two-year deal that is on the table for him, said: "I wouldn't say that the players downed tools".

When Graeme Souness referred to the Arsenal side as a "team of son-in-laws" back in 2015, we thought we'd seen one of the most cutting insults in football.


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