Date: 29th October 2019 at 8:00am
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of the Athletic reported that met with Unai Emery after the 2-2 draw with and that the club are still firmly behind him. Over the years, Ornstein has earned the trust of the Arsenal fans having reported a series of exclusives in the past and on Monday morning he claimed the club would not make a knee-jerk decision regarding the future of Unai Emery.

Prompting a series of responses from fans of the club who were quick to point out Arsenal have won just six of their last 17 Premier League games.

What do we think?

The widespread discontent amongst Arsenal fans stretches back as far as April when were last in town. The suffered a defeat at the Emirates Stadium that afternoon and the Head Coach’s decision to make wholesale changes that day ultimately cost his team.

Arsenal are expected to give Emery until the end of the season before deciding on whether he will be allowed to enter his third season. Patience amongst the supporters is beginning to wear thin and with supporter relations starting to break down it remains to be seen how bad things will need to get before the Kroenke’s pull the trigger.