And Unai Emery should now look to sell four players, including Armenian midfielder Henrikh Mkhitaryan, Express says.
And with four of their remaining six matches on the road - against Watford, Wolves, Leicester and Burnley - that is likely to determine whether or not they finish in the top four, a position they could lose to Chelsea on Monday evening.
"And we are not good today, but we are in a good way, we are fourth today, continuing".
"But after the first [training] session on Tuesday, everybody was positive because we remembered the bad moments in the Premier League when we were last in the table and when we were ten points behind Tottenham and Chelsea".
"The performances are helping us also".
The defeat at Goodison Park saw Arsenal once again being labelled as a soft touch away from home - given they have now won just once on their travels in the Premier League since November - while Emery also came in for some criticism for his team selection.
Nissan's Ghosn removed from board
Shareholders also approved the appointment of French partner Renault SA's chairman Jean-Dominique Senard to replace Ghosn. The vote severs the company's ties with Mr Ghosn, who was credited with saving it from bankruptcy two decades ago.
"I think generally we are well". We didn't do what the coach asked us but we still have confidence.
"That's the main reason he didn't start those two matches", he said.
"I have not been confident and never will be with this team defensively".
"He said how they are a strong combination but he is not playing them together".
The Gunners knocked out CSKA Moscow at this stage of the Europa League last season (6-3 on agg.) before falling to Atletico Madrid in the semi finals.
Mohamed Elneny, Shkodran Mustafi and Nacho Monreal weer the other three players that should be sold, according to author Jack Otway.