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Arsenal fans reactions to a 4th defeat in a row….

Well it looks like Arsenal are a totally spent force and Arsene Wenger surely can’t take any more of the pressure can he? I have a feeling he will stay until the bitter end as he knows nothing else any more.

Anyway, here is a selection of reactions from Arsenal fans on both Twitter and JustArsenal….

Wenger may as well have watched Brighton v Arsenal at home – Please!

Praise Lord Wenger for his incredible managerial skills! by Konstantin Mitov

This is not a surprise. This is the harsh reality of football. You do not win a football game, because your name is Arsenal. You are not entitled to stay forever at a club, because you won a title once. It is that simple.

Brighton v Arsenal Review – More dropped points puts pressure on Wenger

Arsenal travelled to Brighton with their confidence at an all-time low but hoping to get back on track against a team that have been battling relegation all season, but they couldn’t have got off to a worse start. although Arsenal were doing most of the attacking in the first five minutes, Brighton suddenly took the lead with their first corner of the game. Cech came out at the right time to punch the ball but somehow the 6ft plus keeper was beaten to the ball by a Brighton head and the ball fell to Lewis Dunk who smashed it into the net.

Brighton v Arsenal – Preview, Line-Up and Score prediction

Arsenal beat Brighton 2-0 at the Emirates earlier in the season, but at the time the Gunners were on an unbeaten run of ten games at home, while Brighton had gained only one point on the road and were favourites for relegation, but this match has a completely different complexion looking at recent form.

Hughton expects Brighton to face a ‘very motivated Arsenal team’

Chris Hughton has been nominated for Manager of the month after taking Brighton through January with three wins and a draw but he is not expecting to have an easy win again tomorrow against Arsenal, despite the Gunners woeful away form this season.

Wenger has a “desire to change things” at Arsenal

Arsenal have won just one of their last 7 away League games this season, and on Sunday they have to pick themselves up from back to back 3-0 losses to Man City this weekend when they travel down to Brighton for the early kick-off tomorrow afternoon.

Phil Neville highlights anti-Arsenal media bias! Do we care?

\it is something that the Arsenal fans have become used to over the years and so I was not really surprised to hear the former Man United, Everton and England midfielder Phil Neville come out with his daft comments about Tomas Rosicky on last night’s Match of the Day. Not surprised but a bit saddened and I feel the need to pick him up on it.

Did Szczesny do enough to save his Arsenal career?

I suggested before Arsenal travelled to Brighton for the 4th round of the FA cup yesterday that the game was a great chance for Wojciech Szczesny to lay down a marker and prove to Arsene Wenger that he should still be the first choice keeper for the Gunners.