Despite dominating possession, Arsenal very rarely threatened Jose Mourinho's side, who won 2-0 courtesy of stunning counter attack goals from dynamic duo Heung-Min Son and Harry Kane in the first half.
It leaves Arsenal 15th in the Premier League table after eleven games and passionate Gunners fans Troopz wants Mikel Arteta to be relieved of his duties.
Troopz recently left his permanent role on AFTV to make a move across the pond to the United States, where he now hosts the 'Back Again With Troopz Podcast' through Barstool Sports.
And after the die-hard Gooner said he has "had enough" of Arteta in a video doing the rounds, the company have released 'Arteta Out' merchandise costing £22.
It's now six defeats in the league this season for the last season's FA Cup winners. They play Dundalk in the Europa League on Thursday before they take on Burnley at the Emirates next weekend.
And Watford striker Troy Deeney believes Arteta could be given the boot if they slip to another loss against the Clarets.
"I fancied Arsenal to get a result [against Tottenham] because they're that kind of team to just pull one out the bag," Deeney said on talkSPORT.
"But Arsenal are in trouble. They're very much in trouble."
"I'm happy it's at home [vs Burnley] but if they were playing Burnley away this week I'd be very nervous for them.
"Arteta has to come under criticism ultimately because of where they are.
"I'll go out on a limb here and if they lose next week he's massively under pressure.
"If they lose and the ones around them win and they're more looking backwards rather than upwards he'd be under pressure to keep his job."
:grimacing: "Arsenal are in trouble, they are very much in trouble."- talkSPORT (@talkSPORT) December 7, 2020
"Arteta has to come under criticism because of where Arsenal are."
:flushed: "If Arsenal lose to Burnley then Arteta is massively under pressure."
Troy Deeney thinks #Arsenal could SACK Arteta if they lose next Sunday. pic.twitter.com/SXmxdFQMLf
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