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Troopz Had A Genuine Meltdown When Aubameyang Came Off For Willian, Nobody Was Safe

Daniel Marland

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Troopz Had A Genuine Meltdown When Aubameyang Came Off For Willian, Nobody Was Safe

Former AFTV personality Troopz lost it with Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta after he substituted Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang for Willian during Thursday's 0-0 draw with Villarreal.


Aubameyang came the closest in the second half by hitting the post. His reward? Being brought off with his side chasing a goal.

It did not go down well with Troopz. At all. He livestreamed his reactions for Barstool Sports and they were explosive.

He begun: "F**k! He brings off Aubameyang?! OH MY DAYS. He brought off Aubameyang?! Is this guy f***ing serious?! OHHHHH MY DAYS.

Troopz then kicks a nearby ice bucket to smithereens much to the shock of others in the studio.

"YOU F**KING D**HEAD," he continues.

Image Credit: PA
Image Credit: PA



Fans have reacted to the rant and they think it could go down in history.

Arteta spoke following the game and admitted he was 'devastated' at his side's elimination in the semi-final.

He told The Guardian: "We are devastated, really disappointed.

"We know how much the Europa League meant to the club and to the fans. It's a huge blow. I feel the pressure all the time because I want to do as good as I can for the team."

Image Credit: PA
Image Credit: PA
Image Credit: PA
Image Credit: PA

Arsenal are currently ninth in the Premier League and it looks like they'll miss out on European football altogether next season for the first time in 25 years.

Pressure continues to build on Arteta and when asked about his future, the Spaniard replied: "Yes - I wouldn't be sitting here if I didn't."

Featured Image Credit: @backagain/Twitter

Topics: Football, Europa League, Villarreal, Arsenal

Daniel Marland
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