"It is sad to watch now and I feel for the fans. All good teams start from the front."
It turns out the "noise" was too much for Arsenal long before Unai Emery was eventually pushed out.
"It is a very cut throat thing in football and of course players are emotional as well and they will react on that."
David Luiz has apologised to Unai Emery on behalf of his team-mates: "We let you down boss, sorry!"
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Neville thinks the players have "let him [Emery] down" while the club's "recruitment policy" has been "truly pathetic".
'Gather around guys, hands in. 'Arsenal!, Arsenal! Arsenal! Who's with me? Guys? Guys...'
"There is not one single manager that is sacked that I am happy about, I always feel deja vu."
Ex-Gunners midfielder Ljungberg had been working as assistant first-team coach under Emery this season.
Arsenal had pretty much no choice but to sack Emery after the 'embarrassment' of having to change his coat.
Ancelotti's job is currently under scrutiny with Napoli lying in seventh position in the Serie A standings.
"He's earned the right for me to be the next Arsenal manager before we miss out on him."
Unai Emery has been sacked by Arsenal after they lost to Eintracht Frankfurt on Thursday evening.
Parlour has tipped fellow Arsenal invincible Patrick Vieira to take over from under-fire boss Emery.
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Their 2-1 loss to Frankfurt in the Europa League means the Gunners are now winless in their last seven games.
Unai Emery is seemingly clinging to his job as other names continue to be linked with the post.
"Decisions have to be made otherwise they are going to plunge even further down the table."
There was no Arsenal 'noise', instead only apathetic silence at a half-empty Emirates. Emery can't turn this around...
Unai Emery admitted Arsenal "didn't do enough" as they were booed off again at home.
Enough is enough for Gunners legend Keown.
Arsenal are a bigger club, but is that enough of a reason for Nuno to leave what he's built at Wolves?
Unai Emery believes "everyone responsible in that area" at Arsenal "is backing me". Just not the fans, then?
"As a coach each moment in my career is difficult. This is a very good but very hard job."
Recent reports have claimed Emery is 'living on borrowed time' ahead of an inevitable sacking.
Emery has come under intense pressure with the club failing to win any of their last six matches.
Nuno has emerged as the leading candidate to replace Unai Emery as Arsenal's next manager.
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Draxler has revealed that communication was an issue in his time working under Emery.
Merson believes Arsenal should go all out to bring Pochettino to the Emirates.
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