Campbell scored against Swansea.

Arsenal fans are furious on Twitter with the decision to bench Joel Campbell

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Arsenal fans just love a Twitter meltdown.

Lose to Tottenham in the north London derby and the social media site will probably crash due to the amount of tweets from angry Gooners.

But they’ve already had their first moan of the day - at Arsene Wenger’s team sheet.

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The Emirates crowd were fuming on Wednesday after their shock 2-1 defeat against Swansea.

But the boos were ringing out before the full-time whistle due to the substitution of Joel Campbell in the second-half.

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The Costa Rican had put the Gunners ahead earlier in the match and looked the most likely to make something happen in mid-week.

But there was an almighty uproar was he was hauled off.

So, imagine the scenes when the French boss decides not to start Campbell for today’s clash at White Hart Lane.

Well you don’t have to imagine it, just look below to see all of these tweets.

A loss for Arsenal against their fierce rivals will surely see their 12 year wait for a Premier League trophy continue.

It would leave them six points behind Spurs and, if league leader Leicester win later in the day, they would trail them by a massive nine points.

Another campaign without Premier League glory could spell the end of Wenger. He has been for 20 years, winning three league titles but, despite winning two consecutive FA Cups, the Arsenal fans demand their first league triumph since 2004.

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