Jack Wilshere says Arsenal fans deserve better after Brighton defeat

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Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has no plans to step down from his role as the club's manager as he believes he is still the best man for the job.

Following a run of four consecutive defeats across three competitions for the Gunners, 88 per cent of AST members at a meeting on Monday called for Wenger's tenure to end when his position is reviewed after the current campaign.

Jack Wilshere has issued a public apology to Arsenal fans after the 2-1 loss at Brighton on Sunday, saying they "deserve better".

Arsene Wenger's place as Arsenal manager has never been in more doubt than is right now.

First-half goals from Brighton's Lewis Dunk and Glenn Murray put Chris Hughton's side in control, with Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang replying for Arsenal. We know it is hard but you need to put your head down and work every day.

Arsenal's eighth loss since the turn of the year left their hopes of a top-four finish in tatters, with Wenger admitting it was "already gone" even before the Gunners were left 13 points adrift of the leading quartet. While that's commonplace these days, Cech's fronted straight up and admitted that his two mistakes directly cost Arsenal the game.

"It's the first time I lost so many games on the trot in my life".

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"I don't believe that - I just believe that we have to remain positive in a negative environment and show that we have character and that we have leadership".

And Kolasinac says they should try to go without defeat for the rest of 2017-18, starting with Thursday's trip to AC Milan in the first leg of their Europa League last-16 tie.

Keown is not a fan of central midfielder Granit Xhaka, despite the Swiss global starting all 29 Premier League games for the club this season.

The Belgium assistant coach said on Sky Sports' Super Sunday: "Listen, I'm a competitor, you don't back down from a challenge".

The Premier League newcomers have enjoyed a decent first season in the Premier League and now sit in tenth place, only four places behind the Gunners.

"I don't like to see him under this pressure, but he's had a great run at it and things aren't turning now, they're not going in his favour".

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