Footage has emerged of Arsenal fans attacking their own teams coach after they lost 3-0 away to Crystal Palace on Monday night.
The Gunners have been in awful form this year and have won just nine of their eighteen fixtures, which includes four ties in the FA Cup – two of which against non-league opposition.
Many Arsenal fans have voiced their opinion that they want manager, Arsène Wenger to leave the club and after Monday nights drubbing at the hands of London rivals, Crystal Palace, they upped their antics from verbal chants and marches to personal and physicaly confrontation.
In the footage below, fans can be seen stood centimetres from the teams coach, shouting abuse and pointing fingers, offering members of the squad more than just a friendly conversation.
Arsenal fans abusing the teambus. Sad state of the club (via @therealiqqy)
— #TouchlineFracas (@touchlinefracas) April 10, 2017
Arsenal currently sit sixth in the Premier League, level on points with Everton – but with a game in hand.
The Gunners have 8 Premier League fixtures left to play and are seven points adrift of Manchester City in fourth place.
Hopes of the North London outfit qualifying for the Champions League are fading. If they do manage to finish fourth, they are not guaranteed Champions League football next season as both Manchester United and Leicester City are still contending for the Europa League and Champions League trophies respectively.
Arsenal’s next Premier League fixture sees them travel to Teeside to play struggling Middlesbrough, with both teams requiring nothing less of a win.