Arsenal fans fight over Wenger after Arsenal defeat

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Arsenal fans are almost in revolt following their shock 3-2 defeat against Stoke on Saturday - and even they are split on the best way to go forward.

The Gunners slipped to sixth in the table following the loss against Mark Hughes' team, and a win for Manchester United tonight would leave them four points adrift of West Ham who would drop to fourth.


It is the latest slip up in a troubling season for the Gunners already. They've been knocked out of the Capital One Cup and have stuttered on the continent, most famously when they threw away a 3-0 lead against Belgian outfit Anderlecht to draw 3-3.

It seems the loss to Stoke was the straw that broke the camel's back though, with fans openly berating boss Arsene Wenger as the Frenchman and his team tried to board a train home.


Two well-known Arsenal fans were clearly frustrated in the immediate aftermath of the game. Claude, speaking to ArsenalFanTV, was captured berating friend and fellow Gooner TY, who showed a little sympathy for his team's plight.

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What followed was a fraught (and pretty funny) exchange which highlights perfectly the tension felt amongst fans in the red half of north London.

Winning ways

Arsenal will have the chance to get back to winning ways on Tuesday when they play Galatasaray in their final Champions League group match before going up against Newcastle.

However, as this video shows, even a couple of big wins won't be enough to heal the rift between the club and their fans, as well as the gap in the stands too.

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