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Arsenal fans haven't had much to enjoy in recent weeks, both on and off the pitch.
Mikel Arteta and co. have struggled to string wins together in the Premier League, and it looks possible that the 2021/22 season will be their first without European football since 1995/96.
Bernd Leno's freak own goal will have only made their most recent defeat, 1-0 against Everton, harder to take.
Everton ended their 25-year wait for a win at Arsenal and moved to within three points of the top four after Bernd Leno's own goal secured a 1-0 victory.
- Sky Sports Premier League (@SkySportsPL) April 24, 2021
Meanwhile, Gooners have been becoming increasingly unhappy with the ownership of Stan Kroenke, and this has come to a head with their failed attempt to take the north London club into a European Super League.
Supporters protested outside the Emirates Stadium on Friday, and an apology from Kroenke's son, Josh, has done little to change the minds of the Arsenal faithful.
Big turnout already at the Emirates as fans protest against Arsenal's Kroenke owners pic.twitter.com/awbMKn0bhX
- Sam Dean (@SamJDean) April 23, 2021
However, AFTV came to the rescue of fans looking for a laugh, with a disagreement between TY and DT livening up their broadcast during the Everton match this week.
The pair were testing each other over their knowledge of the Gunners, and when TY thought he had got the better of DT he began to dance in celebration.
However, moments later he realised that he had been in the wrong, and attempted to sit down and act as if nothing had happened and he was just watching the game. Obviously no one was falling for that...
Ty thinking he bodied DT and dancing:sob::sob::sob::sob: pic.twitter.com/DOdeud6AxM
- Out Of Context AFTV. #KroenkeOUT (@AFTVRelated) April 23, 2021
Arsenal fans will be hoping that their season improves this week, with the Europa League semi-final clash against Villarreal looking key to saving their campaign.
Can Arteta and co. turn their form around?
Featured Image Credit: AFTV via Twitter
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