JACK WILSHERE has taken to social media to situation a passionate plea to followers asking them to “keep on with” the struggling Gunners after one other demoralising defeat.
Arsenal suffered their fourth consecutive loss on Sunday in opposition to relegation-threatened Brighton which prompted an apology from the midfielder.
Wilshere posted an image of himself applauding the travelling Arsenal followers on the Amex Stadium after the 2-1 defeat on his Twitter and Instagram accounts.
He wrote: “I am sorry to the gooners on the market. You deserve higher. That is all I’ve to say.
“I do know its troublesome for the time being on this troublesome interval we’re going by as a workforce however we’d like you.
“We are going to do higher however please keep on with us.”
The persistence of Arsenal followers is rapidly sporting skinny and lots of have already turned their again on long-standing supervisor Arsene Wenger.
“Wenger Out” posters haven’t simply been showing within the Emirates and rival stadiums – however at different sporting occasions, music concert events and even protests world wide.
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Brighton was their fourth consecutive loss, a document they haven’t equalled since 2002.
And it formally eradicated them from the title race, on the earliest level in the course of the Frenchman’s total reign.
After dropping 4 of the final 5 league video games and falling to sixth within the desk, Wenger has resigned to the very fact his workforce will end exterior the top-four.
Wilshere has been joined by team-mate Petr Cech in apologising to followers with the stopper holding himself chargeable for their contemporary low.
The Czech wrote on Twitter: “If you wish to win a recreation away of residence [sic] in the most effective league on this planet your GK cannot concede 2 targets like I did as we speak… it is merely not attainable…
“The workforce fought again however the harm was achieved.”
The No1 let a pair of howlers from Lewis Dunk and Glenn Murray previous him within the first half and a aim from Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang was a mere comfort for the North London workforce.
It was the ending to a dismal week and a half for the Gunners that began off with a 2-1 loss to Swedish minnows Ostersunds within the second leg of the Europa League.
Although their Three-Zero win within the first leg affords them the lifeline to considerably salvage the season.
Following double blow got here from Man Metropolis because the league leaders had two Three-Zero victories over Arsenal within the League Cup and a Premier League conflict.
The Gunners now head to Milan for the primary leg of their Europa League last-16 tie.