Arsenal supporter throws his season ticket away after 2-2 Southampton draw


The pressure on Unai Emery ramped up even more on Saturday as Arsenal stuttered to a 2-2 draw at home to Southampton - who are 19th in the Premier League table.

The Gunners had to come from behind twice against the team that were destroyed 9-0 by Leicester City, with Alexandre Lacazette bagging a brace, including a 96th-minute equaliser.

Most Premier League viewers are aware of AFTV these days.  If you're not, it's a YouTube channel which gives Arsenal fans the chance to share their opinions after each game.

Regulars like DT and Troopz provided several memorable rants during the #WengerOut era but a newcomer has thrown his hat into the ring regarding iconic moments.

With Arsenal struggling so much under Emery right now, one fan lost his head in his post-match interview with AFTV founder Robbie and literally threw his season ticket away.

Arsenal fan throws season ticket away

Supporters of all football clubs enjoy watching AFTV, especially when Arsenal fail to win, because that's what leads to the platform's most entertaining content.

Emery looks dejected during Arsenal 2-2 Southampton

The north London club are in the midst of a six-game winless run which spans across three competitions and which has left them eight points off the Premier League top four.

After Arsenal 2-2 Southampton, one Gooner joined Robbie on AFTV to voice his discontent on many things, from Emery's future to playing out from the back.

During the interview, the fan amusingly claimed he lost his hair watching Arsenal, he offered to drive Emery to Gatwick himself - and then he chucked his season ticket up in the air.

Check out the full video below (skip to 4:26 for the remarkable moment):

To get an idea of season ticket prices, talkSPORT reported back in March that the cheapest season ticket at Arsenal costs £891 - and the most expensive is in the thousands.

Arsenal struggling at both ends

Arsenal have two top strikers in Lacazette and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, a classy playmaker in Mesut Ozil (when he shows up) and a £72 million signing in Nicolas Pepe.

Aubameyang and Lacazette in discussion during the Southampton draw

Despite this, they haven't scored more league goals this term than teams like Burnley and Wolverhampton Wanderers, and it's grim reading from a defensive standpoint too.

Arsenal have conceded more goals in the league than Newcastle United, Crystal Palace and Bournemouth, so things need to improve drastically if Emery wants to keep his job.

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