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Arsenal Fan Absolutely Loses His Head And Goes On Explosive Rant After Burnley Defeat

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Arsenal Fan Absolutely Loses His Head And Goes On Explosive Rant After Burnley Defeat

An Arsenal fan absolutely lost his head and aimed an explosive rant at Mikel Arteta and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang following their shock defeat to Burnley.

He targetted manager Arteta, Granit Xhaka, who received a straight red card, and club captain Aubameyang, who scored an own goal in the second half.

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@GwattsRants uploaded the impassioned video on Twitter and the clip immediately went viral.

In the video, he yells: "I've had enough! I've had enough! Burnley!

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"Losing 1-0 at home! I'm sick of it! Arteta, I've defended you, but you've got to go! There's the door! Turrah!

"Honestly, Xhaka, go! Leave! Look what you're doing to me! I'm sick of it! We're losing 1-0 and we're passing it around the back!

"Aubameyang, we sacked 50 staff to pay for your new contract and what do you do!? Nothing! But the blame just ain't on you. Arteta, you have to go!

"I've backed you, I've backed you 'til the cows home, but now's enough! Five points off the relegation zone! Losing to Burnley! Burnley! Take it in! I'm sick of it! I've had enough!

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"I've had enough! I've had it up to here! He's got to go! Xhaka, you've got to go! I'm absolutely sick of this club! I'm done! Finished!"

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Arsenal's seventh league defeat of the season leaves them in 15th with 13 points on the board and just five points above the relegation zone.

Speaking after yet another defeat at the Emirates, Arteta said: "We were on top from the beginning to the moment of the sending off. We threw the game away."

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When asked if Xhaka's actions was unacceptable in his post-match press conference, he replied: "Absolutely.

"He's made a mistake, clearly, that has cost us.

"We were prepared, knowing this was a game we clearly had to win, but with 10 men it makes it much more difficult. You give the opponent a chance and you end up losing on a set-piece."

The Gunners resume their faltering league campaign at home to fourth-placed Southampton on Wednesday.

Topics: Football News, Arsenal News, Football, Granit Xhaka, Premier League, Arsenal, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, Mikel Arteta

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