Arsenal 27-year shame record! Emery will out of this week! Gunners Legend will take over

The Europa League group stage ended in the early morning of November 29, Singapore time. Arsenal lost Frankfurt 1-2 at home, and Arsenal have not won in more than seven games recently. This was never happened during the Wenger team. Fans of the Emirates Stadium have chanted that Emery is leave the team . The British media has revealed that Emery will out of the team on Friday (29 or 30 Singapore time) as soon as possible. The Gunners legend Swedish assistant coach Freddie Ljungberg may lead the team Premier League rival Norwich.



Arsenal have not won in the last 7 games. After winning Guimaraes 3-2 in the European Cup on October 25, Premier League home 2-2 Crystal Palace, EFL Cup 5-5 Liverpool (lost penalty), Premier League home 1-1 Wolves, European Cup away 1-1 Guimaraes , Premier League away 0-2 Leicester City, Premier League home 2-2 Southampton, and European Cup home 1-2 Frankfurt. Arsenal have not won in seven games, 4 home games, 3 draws and 1 loss, no wonder the Emirates Stadium fans are dissatisfied.



Wenger has never had such an awkward record in 1235 Arsenal games. Arsenal last won 7 consecutive games and continued to 27 years in 1992, when the Gunners 5 draws and 2 losses 7 wins.
And some Arsenal fans held up the slogans “Emmery out” and “We care, do you care?”

Even Emery led the team so badly, but a reporter still spoke for him. BBC’s Simon Stone said: “The big club really shouldn’t win 7 games, but Van Gaal not won in more than 8 games in Manchester United. In the end the Netherlands coach remain in team for months, but now Arsenal are terrible.


Their Arsenal team reporter Mark Elvin revealed: “Emery might fired before this weekend. The Arsenal legend Swedish assistant Freddie Ljungberg may lead the team to Premier League rival Norwich.” The Arsenal board will meet this Friday to discuss Emery’s future, so it will not leave the Spaniards a chance to complete their redemption this weekend.

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