Arsenal set to record their lowest turnout at the Emirates against Eintracht Frankfurt tonight.
Arsenal is in danger of experiencing its record lowest turnout at the Emirates when they take on Eintracht Frankfurt tonight in the Europa League.
The Gunners’ fans have been struggling to find joy in their team’s performance in recent weeks and it seems they have finally reached a breaking point.
The majority of Arsenal fans want Unai Emery gone, but the club has backed him and they have given him a few more games to prove himself.
With the results not coming their way and the football that they are playing not attractive enough to entertain the fans, the club fears that a lot of the fans will stay home for tonight’s game.
About 45,000 season ticket holders can attend this game, but Standard Sport claims that the club fears that only around 30,000 fans will attend the game.
To make matters worse, the fans of the away side have been banned from the game, fearing that they might still be able to get tickets, Arsenal has been strict on ticketing for this game.
The Gunners need to win this game for the mood to get better around the club. Unai Emery also knows that not getting a positive result this evening makes it easier for him to get the sack.