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Troopz Had His Biggest Meltdown In Years After Arsenal Messed Up CL Qualification, Nobody Was Safe

Daniel Marland

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Troopz Had His Biggest Meltdown In Years After Arsenal Messed Up CL Qualification, Nobody Was Safe

Popular Arsenal personality Troopz lost his mind during the Gunners' lose 2-0 to Newcastle United.

Mikel Arteta's side slumped to defeat at St. James' Park after a Ben White own goal and late Bruno Guimaraes strike.


It means they're fifth and two points behind Tottenham Hotspur in the final Champions League spot.

Spurs only have to avoid defeat against already relegated Norwich City on Sunday to finish inside the top four.

Arsenal had looked favourites to qualify for Europe's elite competition for the first time since 2016. They've managed to stumble at the last hurdle however and Troopz couldn't take it.

The former AFTV personality now works for Barstool Sports in America and someone recorded his reaction to Guimaraes' goal. Be warned, strong language is used.

He begins: "Look at you man, you f**king p**cks, you f**king cowards. You play for my club, you play for our great club. You f**king clowns.

"You should f**king walk home from Newcastle! You should walk back to London. You should f**king walk back!

"Every f**king Gooner should get refunded for their ticket tonight. Every Gooner who traveled to Newcastle should get f**king refunded."

A number of people can be seen looking through the window at Troopz as he continues his rant.

He then says the players don't 'f**king care' before kicking what appears to be a table with drinks on it.

"You're not like [Thierry] Henry, you're not like [Patrick] Vieira, you don't care," Troopz adds. "You don't get it. You never will. You ain't got the f**king minerals. Cowards. F**king cowards! You'll never get what it means to play for this club!"

Image Credit: Alamy
Image Credit: Alamy

Arsenal had won their previous seven meetings with Newcastle, but Eddie Howe's men were on the front foot from minute one.

Allan Saint-Maximin tested Aaron Ramsdale in the first half and Arsenal still looked lethargic after their 3-0 loss to Spurs on Thursday.

The breakthrough would come in the 56th minute after White, who was making his first start in almost a month, turned into his own net after trying to keep the ball away from Callum Wilson.

England international Wilson would be involved in the second as his shot was saved by Ramsdale, which allowed Guimaraes to fire in his fifth Premier League goal and seal all three points.

Arsenal's final game is at home to Everton, but know their Champions League fate is out of their hands.

Featured Image Credit: Back Again W/ Troopz Podcast

Topics: Arsenal, Newcastle United, Premier League

Daniel Marland
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