"We like a player coming on TV, but this thing about "well done for coming on and being honest" - shut up talking about what happened after the game".
'Massive night' for PalaceFaced with the prospect of missing out on the Champions League for the first time since 1997, Wenger has hardly helped his cause by refusing to confirm if he will sign an extension to the contract which runs out at the end of the season.
Theo Walcott certainly knows how the supporters feel after admitting they once again let them down against Palace. Whoever decided to make that the song for Crystal Palace. love that song. "It's nearly like he is standing in quicksand and everything is going against him, but Arsenal are still in a decent position to finish in the top four and that would be consolation for a disappointing season". "I think we won many second balls as well, but there were in the decisive duels".
The centre of frustration among many Arsenal supporters throughout the 2016-17 campaign has been the circumstances surrounding each major defeat.
Speaking to Sky Sports after the defeat, which saw fans chant "You're not fit to wear the shirt" at players, Wenger said his job was to get the fans on side as quick as possible. "I think [the fans] are extremely disappointed, and I can understand that, like we all are". It's very worrying and disappointing the way we lost the game.
But the impact of the uncertainty about his position on the team's performances is becoming increasingly impossible to ignore, despite Wenger's claims it has had no effect.
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AW: You cannot... you understand that our fans are very unhappy.
He added: "We created quite risky situations but defensively we were exposed many times and offensively we couldn't finish". "They come here with hope that we win the game [.] Every defeat is a big worry".
AW: Yeah, unfortunately at the moment it is like that and we have to respond very quickly and not accept it. They looked leaderless, rudderless tonight. I've managed over 1,100 games for Arsenal and we're not used to that.
"It wasn't a shock tonight in terms of our performance for me", said Palace boss Sam Allardyce.
"They have not had to do this kind of thing for 21 years at Arsenal and suddenly they are like any other club trying to make the right decision over the future of a manager", continues Quinn.
'We always criticise Ozil, and I'm not his biggest fan.