Arsenal fans through various social media platforms, Twitter, in particular, have gone wild at their club's manager Mikel Arteta over his worrying performance since the start of the new season.
Everything was still okay even after losing the first match of the season against Brentford until today when the club has received heavy humiliation by one of the top rivals Chelsea FC.
The two goals to nil defeat at Emirates Stadium have now made fans call for the immediate resignation of Arteta without even being given a chance to talk or being heard.
Instead, they are now pushing the club to go for a former manager for Inter Milan Antonio Conte who is currently a free man after having resigned from being Inter's boss upon league title victory.
"Enough is enough, get out of our club"
"Dear Arsenal, don't listen to Arteta, just get him out and bring in Antonio Conte"
"Enough is enough, Arteta Out"
"Believe me or not, Arteta is not taking Arsenal anywhere, just get him out of this our club"
Below are some other reactions from fans;
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