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Arsenal Fans Chant "Sacked In The Morning" At Manager Unai Emery During Dire Leicester Loss

Arsenal Fans Chant "Sacked In The Morning" At Manager Unai Emery During Dire Leicester Loss

Arsenal fans chanted "sacked in the morning" at their own manager Unai Emery during Saturday night's loss at Leicester.

The Gunners were second best all evening and comfortably brushed aside by Brendan Rodgers' high-flying Foxes.

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Jamie Vardy and James Maddison scored with second-half strikes to give Leicester a 2-0 win and send them up to second in the Premier League.

Jamie Vardy opened the scoring for Leicester in their win over Arsenal
Jamie Vardy opened the scoring for Leicester in their win over Arsenal

The home side were by far the better team and could've won by an even wider margin, much to the annoyance of Arsenal fans.

Chants of "sacked in the morning" rang around the King Power Stadium, including from the away end.

Emery has come under increasing pressure of late with the Gunners well off the pace in the Premier League.

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Arsenal have won just four of their opening 12 games in the league this season and are 14 points behind leaders Liverpool having played a game more.

James Maddison scored the second in a routine win for Leicester
James Maddison scored the second in a routine win for Leicester

Saturday's defeat at Leicester will make the upcoming international break feel like a very long one for Emery as he clings onto his job.

Speaking exclusively to SPORTbible ahead of the game, David Luiz said that the Gunners remained united and Emery was trying his best.

"The coach is a passionate guy," Luiz said. "He's giving 100% every day, trying to give his best for us. We are trying to give the same back.

"This team has a lot of talent. We have to think bigger, with ambition. It's not about the beginning, it's about the end. The club deserves to fight for big things. The fans deserve that. Let's keep fighting together."

Topics: Leicester, Premier League, Arsenal

Sunni Upal

Sunni Upal is editor at SPORTbible

 

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