Piers Morgan delivers ruthless Twitter verdict on Wenger situation at Arsenal

Hazel Gray
April 18, 2017

It comes despite the disappointment of Monday night with the Gunners falling to an embarrassing 3-0 defeat to Crystal Palace which dealt a massive blow to their hopes of finishing in the Premier League top four.

Arsenal are now placed sixth and struggling to keep their record intact.

Ozil has scored 10 goals for Arsenal this season in all competition, his best return yet, and provided nine assists, but just of these strikes has come in his last 10 matches.

Carragher, who had earlier criticised the latest meek performance from Arsenal, was appalled by Walcott's admission that he felt from the start of the game that Palace wanted it more. Their Champions Trophy qualification is at risk now.

Instead, they berated Bellerin and his teammates with chants of "you're not fit to wear the shirt", with the Spaniard having to be consoled when he was jeered again at the final whistle.

But how do the Arsenal players get over such a devastating night? It's usually been the manager that's taken the brunt, sometimes the owner and the board, but the players really got it.

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At the same time, Benteke's goal was ruled out due to off side after the break before Palace added well-deserved brace. I think they are extremely disappointed and I can understand that because we all are. On that front that is the most hard for us. "It was more painful for us to lose this game in the way we lost it".

"I think it will be very hard certainly", he said. Do more players need to speak up about failing the fans and the club?

'This is a manager who has managed the Invincibles, and now he's managing the Invisibles, ' said Sutton, referring to the Arsenal side who were unbeaten in the 2003-04 Premier League season. "Everything worked perfectly for us today", said Crystal Palace manager Sam Allardyce.

Desailly said: "Arsenal supporters should feel very, very, very disappointed".

Kroenke is also physically present for monthly board meetings and, while he regards Wenger as one of the finest coaches he has ever met across any sport, he is well aware both of the anger among fans and the team's bad recent form.

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