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Arsenal fans demanded to kick Ljungberg and call back Emery

This morning, the north London team continues to suffer another bad result in the Premier League. This time, they even lost to a small Brighton & Hove Albion (before there was never 3 points before any representative in Big Six).

Arsenal have now extended the winning streak to nine, while coach Freddie Ljungberg has only won one point after two matches, although the nearest two rivals are just poor Norwich City and Brighton is not better.

According to the pictures taken and posted by Bleacher Report Football, the Emirates Stadium fans held up placards or banners with the words “Frddie OUT”, “Ljungberg OUT, and” in Unai we trust. “(Similar to their trust in Wenger before).

Remember, before Unai Emery had to leave in the middle of last week, Arsenal fans also booed and protested him with signs on the stands with the words “no tatics, no formation, EmeryOUT” and even dismissal in Congress by writing and signing a form on paper.

Now, it is clear that Arsenal are in a state of turmoil and do not know when they will win again because they no longer scare anyone. But it is also difficult to understand when the fans there act like that, in the context that Ljungberg has only been able to take control of only two matches.

Arsenal fans are very disappointed with what happened over the years, both in terms of expertise and the backstage of the club.

The north London team continue to have another draw in the Premier League. Last time, they were held by Crystal Palace, while last night it was Wolverhampton’s turn to surprise at the Emirates. The bad results plus the backstage seem to be putting Arsenal in a crisis of confidence.

Recently, on Twitter, there has been a bad story about coach Unai Emery – who is said to be in a serious conflict with Mesut Ozil and has not allowed him to play too much since coming to power in north of London since last summer.

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