Unai Emery facing sack as Arsenal suffer miserable defeat at home to Eintracht Frankfurt

first_imgUnai Emery facing sack as Arsenal suffer miserable defeat at home to Eintracht Frankfurt Advertisement Emery looked close to tears in the Emirates dugout (Picture: Getty)Martin Keown suggested that Emery should consider stepping down as manager in a fiery rant following the defeat.‘I think he may well have taken the team as far as he can,’ the ex-Arsenal defender said on BT Sport.‘We just witnessed an absolute shambles of a performance, the team motivation, the team selection, the performance, the subs, it was dreadful.‘The fans turned many years ago on Terry Neil, things got toxic, we’re getting close to that again. Is he able to motivate the team? He seems to have lost the players. Kamada scored both of Frankfurt’s goals at the Emirates (Picture: Getty)‘The desire has ebbed away. The subs he made – you’ve got Nicolas Pepe and Alexandre Lacazette sitting on the bench when you’re trying to get back into the game.‘He might even feel he needs to step aside now. Change was needed under Wenger but now it looks like the club need to go in another direction again. This is relegation form.‘Do the club really realise how tricky this is going to be? Decisions have to be made otherwise they are going to plunge even further down the table.‘It’s a sad day because we still love the club. It’s sad watching it.’ Advertisement Arsenal produced a woeful display as they were beaten at home to Eintracht Frankfurt (Picture: Getty)Arsenal’s season hit a new low as Unai Emery’s men suffered miserable 2-1 defeat to Eintracht Frankfurt in front of a half-empty Emirates.The Gunners only needed a draw to progress from Group F into the Europa League knockout stages on Thursday evening, but a pair of lethal second-half strikes from Daichi Kamada piled yet more pressure on Emery after a dismal start to the season.Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang swept home Gabriel Martinelli’s cross to put Arsenal in front right on half-time before Kamada found the corner of Emiliano Martínez’s net to equalise in the 55th minute.AdvertisementAdvertisementJust nine minutes later, Kamada doubled his tally with a powerful drive from the edge of the box and Emery looked a broken man on the touchline as the visitors held on for victory.ADVERTISEMENT Metro Sport ReporterThursday 28 Nov 2019 9:57 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link4.4kShares Arsenal fans held aloft ‘Emery Out’ banners in the second half of the defeat (Picture: Getty)Boos rang out around the stadium as Kamada’s second strike hit the back of the net and a number of supporters could be seen holding aloft ‘Emery Out ‘ placards in protest.The result means Arsenal are without a win in their last seven matches across all competitions.It’s understood Wolves boss Nuno Espirito Santo is the frontrunner to replace Emery as the crisis deepens in north London.The Gunners travel to Norwich this weekend and it remains to be seen whether the Spanaird will be in charge at Carrow Road. Commentlast_img read more