Furious Arsenal supporters made their feelings known after Monday’s 3-0 defeat to Crystal Palace as a small minority were seen hurling abuse at the team bus.
After another shambolic performance and result, Arsenal’s hopes of qualifying for the Champions League next season took another massive blow.
In turn, it will only lead to further criticism of Arsene Wenger, while the players clearly didn’t escape the wrath of supporters either after another dismal display.
We’ve all seen the banners in the stadiums, the protests before games, the planes carrying messages and much more, but there was even more on Monday as angry supporters launched a foul-mouthed tirade at the team bus outside of Selhurst Park, as seen in the videos below (strong language).
— nurudeen shehu (@nurudeen66) April 11, 2017
— Stefano Sileo (@theStefanoSileo) April 10, 2017
Meanwhile, it certainly seems as though the mood is changing towards the players in general too. While Wenger has constantly been the problem for most supporters, it seems as though that anger is slowly filtering down to the squad as they continue to let their manager down.
As noted by one Arsenal fan on Twitter on Monday night, Hector Bellerin attempted to go over and acknowledge the supporters after the full-time whistle but was booed away.
With their season unravelling, something must surely have to change at the end of the campaign to fix this situation…
Bellerin came over to the away fans, got booed, turned and walked away. Ox put his arm around him.
— Louise (@Lola_Lou16) April 10, 2017