Arsene Wenger insists he still retains the support of his Arsenal FC flops after they crashed to a dismal 3-0 defeat at struggling Crystal Palace on Monday.
On the night, Andros Townsend opened the scoring whilst Yohan Cabaye swept in a sweet second half strike to double the Eagles' lead, with Townsend winning a penalty despatched by Luka Milivojevic.
With Wenger's record of leading Arsenal into the Champions League for 19 consecutive years in severe danger, the beleaguered Frenchman acknowledged he has to find a way to avoid the mutinous mood wrecking what may yet prove to be his final season in charge. "I want to say thank you to them for their wonderful support every time we play at home". "We've let them down tonight, and we need to respond".
"At the moment, I pay more respect to the fact we had a disappointing result".
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Wenger refused to reveal what he told his players in the dressing room, but acknowledged that his side's top-four hopes have been dealt a major blow.
"Obviously everyone is entitled to an opinion, we don't have a problem with that", he said. "They won more decisive duels than us".
Asked to assess his team's top-four chances, Wenger said: "As very hard, like you, certainly".
Arsenal remain in sixth position, seven points off a fourth spot and level on points with seventh placed Everton.
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Walcott added: "All we can do is apologise for that performance". It's really unusual. We were unbeaten for a long time away from home, and now we can not win. "We all did. That's not Arsenal at all", Walcott told Sky Sports.
After Crystal Palace's recent win at Stamford Bridge, did Arsenal fans really expect them to just roll over and hand the Gunners three points?
Walcott embodies nearly everything that has been wrong about Wenger's second decade as Arsenal manager.
There was a vocal contingent of disgruntled Arsenal supporters calling for the manager's head and their appetite for change will not have been sated by another miserable display. "Palace were sharp, they beat Chelsea the other day, and that shows they have quality", said Wenger. I think we had a lot of the ball. "I don't say the players gave up".
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