Arsene Wenger is facing the deepest crisis of his 16 years at Arsenal with fan groups demanding the club's chiefs act swiftly to stop the rot.

The humiliating exit from the Capital One Cup at the hands of npower League Two side Bradford on Tuesday night may become a critical moment in Wenger's reign, especially with the Gunners also misfiring in the Barclays Premier League.

The Arsenal Supporters' Trust (AST) was set to demand immediate changes at a meeting on Wednesday with chief executive Ivan Gazidis. AST spokesman Tim Payton said: "This is the most difficult time in Arsene's 16 years and both the club and himself need to change direction quickly if his wonderful era is not to end on a sad note."

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