You have to feel sorry for Arsenal fans.
Many have paid through the roof to renew their season tickets this year - lord knows why - despite fearing that very little would change under Arsene Wenger.
The veteran French coach, who has now been with the Gunners for 20 years, failed to significantly strengthen his squad over the summer and entered today’s Premier League opener against Liverpool with several key players out injured.
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Arsenal went on to lose the match, a very early contender for game of the season, 4-3.
The Gunners took the lead through Theo Walcott on the half-hour mark but found themselves 4-1 down on 63 minutes following a catastrophic period of the match.
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Calum Chambers made the scoreline slightly more respectable for Wenger, but boos still rang out when referee Michael Oliver blew the full-time whistle.
Many naturals took to social media to express their excitement at the new wave of videos set to be uploaded by the popular YouTube channel, ArsenalFanTV.
Arsenal fans argue with each other after the match
However, one fan filmed two of his fellow supporters arguing between each other about the match before they’d even got out of the ground.
The guy wearing the ‘Bergkamp’ shirt, who was apparently chanting “One Arsene Wenger” during the match was arguing that the performance wasn’t as bad as some Arsenal fans were making out.
While the guy on the right was in complete disagreement.
“You’re mad” and “You’re happy with mediocrity” were just some of the comments that can be heard on the video.
He clearly believes, like an increasing number of Arsenal supporters, that Wenger is to blame for today’s defeat to Liverpool.
Is today’s defeat Arsene Wenger’s fault? Should he leave the club? Have your say by leaving a comment below.
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