Four wins in 13 Premier League matches has seen Arsenal go from title challengers to them fighting to hold onto their fourth place.
Their latest setback was a underwhelming 1-1 draw to a Crystal Palace side that have won just once since the turn of the year.
Arsene Wenger was always going to be under pressure if the Gunners didn’t win the title this season. Their last triumph came 12 years ago in 2004 and, with Chelsea, Manchester City and Manchester United all suffering fairly disappointing campaigns domestically, Gooners expected this year to be their year.
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Voices in the ‘Wenger Out’ campaign have grown louder in recent weeks and, following their draw against Palace, these have intensified.
Supporters took to Twitter to vent their frustration at their manager at, yet another, failed title bid.
The draw keeps Wenger’s side 13 points behind Leicester with just five matches remaining making it nigh on impossible for them to lift the trophy come May.
Instead of looking up, the club are now starting to look below them nervously. Manchester United are just four points behind them as they look to pip them into that final Champions League qualifying slot.
It will be tough to see Wenger remain at the club if Arsenal do finish fifth this season - the first time the Frenchman would have failed to qualify for the Champions League since he arrived at the club in 1996.