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Unai Emery taunted by Leicester fans as pressure mounts on Arsenal boss

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Arsenal boss Unai Emery was taunted by Leicester fans following the Gunners’ 2-0 loss at the King Power Stadium.

Jamie Vardy and James Maddison’s goals piled up on the Gunners’ misery as the north London club are now without a Premier League win for over a month.

And thus doubts have been cast over Emery’s future at the club as the Emirates outfit is struggling to climb up to the Prem table’s top four spots that could lead them back to the Champions League.

Arsenal once again looked uninspiring and bland on the pitch as they only recorded one shot on target, compared to Leicester’s seven.

The Foxes’ fans understand that Emery’s future in north London is under more doubt and so they decided to add insult to injury as their team led 2-0.

The supporters chanted: "Sacked in the morning, you're getting sacked in the morning!"

Arsenal’s negative results, disappointing performances and lack of consistency have led to Emery falling out of favour in the fans’ eyes.

The ex-Paris Saint-Germain boss’ coaching has also raised a few eyebrows especially when it comes to the way he handles some of his players.

The former Sevilla manager sidelined Mesut Ozil at the start of the campaign and stripped Granit Xhaka of he captain’s armband after he lashed out at the club’s supporters.

Emery was asked about his future at the club following last week’s draw with Wolves.

However, the Spaniard brushed off those questions and instead insists he is focused on improving the squad.

Emery said: “I am very demanding myself and I feel my responsibility to work every time to come back with a better result in the next matches.

“We speak about how we can improve and take the positives and also be calm with the players to achieve the best performance individually and collectively.”

Emery will get the chance to work on Arsenal’s shortcomings during the upcoming international break.

The Gunners’ next match will take place on November 23 when they face Southampton at the Emirates (3pm).

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