Arsenal Fan TV got heated after defeat to Brighton 4 years ago

Arsenal Fan TV got heated after defeat to Brighton

"No! No! No! Why?! Why?!"

Arsenal fell to their fourth defeat in a row on Sunday afternoon. Brighton and Hove Albion beat Arsene Wenger's side 2-1 at the Amex Stadium to top off a miserable week for the Gunners, which saw them lost 3-0 to Manchester City twice.

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Brighton were good value for their win, but, once again, Arsenal played very poorly, particularly in the first-half. They're now 13 points behind fourth-place Tottenham and appear very unlikely to qualify directly for next season's Champions League.

Success in the Europa League is the only thing Arsenal can salvage from a disappointing season, and they face AC Milan in the competition on Thursday. But at the moment they look incapable of beating any side they face.

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They are on their worst run in the Premier League for 15 years, and haven't kept a clean sheet in 11 league games. They have also gained just 13 points from their 15 away Premier League games this season, which is their worst away run since the 1989/90 season. The pressure on Wenger grows with every poor performance, and the Frenchman could depart the club at the end of the season.

If he doesn't, many Arsenal fans might revolt. It would make for entertaining viewing for the rest of us, but the contributors to Arsenal Fan TV might not be able to take another season of Wenger as manager.

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It got heated on the popular YouTube channel following Sunday's defeat. Regular contributor Troopz called for Carlo Ancelotti, the former AC Milan, Chelsea, Real Madrid and Bayern Munich coach, to replace Wenger now, rather than wait until the end of the season.

"The man's f****** deluded, blud," Troopz said about Wenger.

"Simple as. Man's f****** deluded. Wenger out now, fam. Leave now, blud. Sack him now, blud. Ancelotti's available. Sack him now, blud. It's making no difference if we keep him until the end of the season. We're f***** and we're dead. Simple. Two-nil down against Brighton, blud. No disrespect to Brighton, blud, but who the f*** are Brighton, blud?"

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While DT became very frustrated when presenter Robbie suggested that Wenger deserves a better send-off for his achievements at the club than to be discarded now, with nine games of the Premier League season remaining and a Europa League tie with Milan to play.

While Claude said he just wants the season to end.

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