- Arsenal fans have urged Arsene Wenger to sell a key star after his performance against West Brom this afternoon.
- Alex Iwobi was slammed by Arsenal fans following a lacklustre performance.
- Arsenal supporters branded Iwobi as “terrible”.
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Arsenal fans took to social media to demand Alex Iwobi to be sold after a lacklustre performance vs West Brom.
Arsenal dropped points away to West Brom this afternoon during a 1-1 draw.
The Gunners were sunk by a last minute penalty controversially awarded by referee Mike Dean.
Dean awarded Alan Pardew’s side a penalty on the 88th minute after he deemed Callum Chambers to have handled a Kieron Gibbs ball inside his own box.
Arsene Wenger was visibly distraught as he berated the fourth official on the sidelines. The French manager was helpless however as Jay Rodrigues stepped up to convert the penalty on the 89th minute to rescue a point for West Brom.
Many Arsenal fans were upset with the result and blamed Alex Iwobi’s performance for the dropped points.
Iwobi was subbed off by Wenger with twenty minutes remaining but the star was ineffective during his time on the pitch.
The Nigerian international looked clueless and isolated throughout and struggled to create any clear-cut chances for his team-mates.
Arsenal fans took to social media to offer their damning verdicts on the star.
Iwobi is seriously terrible. I would sell the clown in January
— Nick (@nickoo0ooo) December 31, 2017
Iwobi is slowing everything down. He is horribly bad and bellerin is no better on the flank either. Bring in Walcott and put bellerin back to defense and take iwobi and sell him right away
— Zuluvik (@Zuluvik1) December 31, 2017
Iwobi wouldn’t have needed the deflection!! Sell the overindulged diva!!!
— Steven Groves (@stevegroves1979) December 31, 2017
we need to sell iwobi even before sanchez. never have i been more disgusted watching a player like him
— Adelweiss (@OberfuhrerAdel) December 31, 2017