The Frenchman is said to be surprised that the Gunners faithful have turned.
Arsenal’s 2-2 Premier League draw with Swansea City on Tuesday was greeted with a barrage of boos from the Emirates Stadium – something which shocked Arsene Wenger, reports the Daily Express.
Following the 6-0 humiliation by Chelsea at Stamford Bridge on Saturday, the solitary point against the Swans has ended the Gunners’ title hopes for this season, something which Wenger himself admitted after the game.
However, after a solid performance in all four competitions the north London side entered this year – and a very good chance of still winning the FA Cup – the Frenchman thinks the supporters are being unfair.
Of course this is not what was expected of the club when they started the campaign brilliantly and for a long time topped the table.
Frustration has been growing steadily since 2005, when Wenger last guided the team to a piece of silverware and many think the 64-year-old has run his cause with the side.
Both Everton’s Roberto Martinez and Jurgen Klopp of Borussia Dortmund have been strongly linked with succeeding the boss – who is now the longest serving head coach in English football since the retirement of Sir Alex Ferguson at Manchester United.
The Toffees are also close on the tail of Wenger’s men for a top four finish, trailing them by six points but with a game in hand – a home match against Crystal Palace.
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