Crystal Palace inflict damaging defeat on Arsenal

Posted April 18, 2017

Arsenal Supporters' Trust announced that the club have said that no deal is on the table, despite reports to the contrary.

It's led to more questions over the future of boss Wenger, who is out of contract at the end of the season. I've managed over 1,100 games for Arsenal and we're not used to that. It was the north London club's fourth straight away defeat where they have conceded three goals on every occasion.

As the Gunners suffered another serious blow to their Champions League hopes - and manager Arsene Wenger to his standing among the fans - criticism rained in.

The manner of Arsenal's performance - disorganised, devoid of attacking ideas and lacking fight - will increase the scrutiny on Wenger yet again.

Arsenal's furious fans turned on Arsene Wenger and his players as they were humiliated at Crystal Palace on Monday night. "Tonight the worry is not me, it's that we lost a big game".

"In the second half, they came out strong, scored the second goal and from then on you could see it was more hard". We had comments as well and we did get it independently looked at by a company who identified respect for Arsene Wenger.

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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.

He also derided the idea that "at least Walcott was being honest", saying there's an element of selfishness about such post-match interviews, that players are just looking to cover themselves.

The Eagles won at Chelsea a little over a week ago and manager Sam Allardyce reckons they are now closing in on safety. Arsenal's shocking surrender leaves them in sixth place, lagging seven points behind fourth placed Manchester City.

Arsenal had a night to forget against Crystal Palace but there some players whose numbers revealed that struggle more than others.

"This is my third game at home and my third win and I'm very happy". "You could sense it had an impact on us after the second goal".

Townsend fed Zaha and, although the winger was again off-balance as he pulled the ball back, Cabaye's powerful dipping strike gave Martinez no chance.