- Unai Emery has set Arsenal's worst run of form since 1992 after loss to Frankfurt
- The Spanish boss has not won seven games, drawing five and losing two of them
- Arsenal will travel to Norwich, then play Brighton before taking on West Ham in their next three fixtures
Unai Emery side's loss to Eintracht Frankfurt makes it Arsenal's seventh straight game without a win, their worst run before Arsene Wenger was hired.
The Bundesliga side came from a goal down to win the match by 2-1 as fans at the Emirates booed the team and other calling for the Spanish manager's sack.
The Gunners have not won a single match in their last seven outings, recording five draws and two losses, the worst run before legendary manager Wenger was appointed in 1996.
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And out of the seven matches, Arsenal have failed to win after going ahead in five of them.
It was under George Graham in 1992 that Arsenal had the terrible winless run, playing eight matches without a victory.
The north London club were also unbeaten in their previous 46 matches in all competitions since suffering a 2-1 defeat at Watford in October 2017.
Arsenal with travel to Carrow Road to face Norwich in a Premier League clash at the weekend as they head into the hectic run of matches during the festive period.
Emery's side have dropped to eight on the log after 13 matches played so far this season and are eight points adrift the top four spot.
Arsenal will prepare to host Brighton next Thursday, after their trip to Norwich before travelling across London to face West Ham four days later.
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Unai Emery is nearing his exit at the Emirates after Arsenal failed to win their seventh straight game in all competitions following a 2-1 defeat to Eintracht Frankfurt in the Europa League.
Fans at the Emirates booed the Spanish boss after the 2-1 loss to the Bundesliga side and it is understood that senior figures at the club met after the match to discuss the crisis under Emery.
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