One of the club fans, DT who said he left his son at home for his birthday so that Arsenal didn’t ruin it for him said “Do you know what, it’s my son’s 9th birthday today and you know what I’ve done for him? I left him at home. I left him at home so I didn’t ruin his birthday. I knew that if I brought him here, they’d f**k it up.”
DT then goes on to say he believes under-fire manager Unai Emery needs to be sacked tonight.”Emery out tonight, end of the story, can’t say no more.”
Alexandre Lacazette scored an injury-time equalizer to earn a draw but the performance was abject and saw them face 21 shots.
Troopz had his say on the game and he thinks the Spaniard’s time as manager is over. “This man needs to get sacked tonight blud, simple as. I was in that ground cussing hard because this is embarrassing now.”
He also hints at believing the players have stopped playing for their manager.
Claude made an appearance to lament ‘The Gunners’ performance which now leaves them in seventh and eight points off the top four.
He didn’t bust out his infamous ‘IT’S TIME TO GO’ but instead took a lax approach and said he no longer blames Emery.
“I don’t blame him anymore, it’s down to the board now they should have got rid of him in May, they didn’t and now we have to pay the price.
“I just think that people above him aren’t doing anything about it and they’re just taking the p**s out of us the fan.”
#EmeryOut was trending on Twitter immediately after the game showing the discontent brewing at the Emirates Stadium.
He set up with a back five at home to Ralph Hasenhuttl’s relegation strugglers but still saw his side go behind twice in the game.
National Sportslink recalls that that Arsenal was booed off at the Emirates despite rescuing a point with a late Alexandre Lacazette equalizer in a chaotic 2-2 draw with Southampton.
The Gunners faced an embarrassing home defeat after goals from Danny Ings (9) and James Ward-Prowse (71) put Saints on the verge of their first Premier League win away at Arsenal.
Lacazette, who had already equalized earlier (18), grabbed a last-gasp leveler (90+6) but it was met by underwhelming Arsenal celebrations with their team second best for large periods, and the pressure intensifies on boss Unai Emery.
Relegation-threatened Saints, who registered 21 shots on goal, should have wrapped the points up in injury time but substitute Moussa Djenepo squandered two huge opportunities leaving Ralph Hasenhuttl’s men without a win in the Premier League in their last eight matches.