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'F**k off Wenger you’re s**t’ Arsenal flop Emmanuel Frimpong in foul message - video

ARSENAL flop Emmanuel Frimpong trolled Arsene Wenger during the Gunners' 3-0 defeat to Manchester City.

Manchester City tore Arsenal to shreds at the Emirates with Wenger booed off the pitch at the interval.

The Gunners went into the game knowing they needed to response after the weekend’s 3-0 Carabao Cup final defeat to Pep Guardiola’s side.

But their cause was not helped early on with Bernardo Silva giving City the lead.

David Silva and Leroy Sane then struck with City easing off in the second half.

However, watching the game was former Arsenal midfielder Frimpong.

And the ex-Gunners midfield star trolled Wenger in a foul-mouthed rant on Instagram by saying: “F**k off Wenger you’re s**t.”

Then the camera zooms in on Arsenal fans and says: “This game is dead. Go home. GO HOME.”

Frimpong, it seems, still holds a grudge against Wenger for ending his Emirates career.

Speaking in 2014, the midfielder slammed Arsenal for signing Alexis Sanchez.

Instead, he expressed a belief that the £30million they spent on the Chilean should have been reinvested in other areas of the squad.

“Said it and will say it again we need a f****** centre back with Laurent a bloody DMF and a bloody striker.

“And before u start going down on me it’s bloody true.

“All our players are soo (sic) similar jack Arteta Chambo Sanchez Ozil all too similar.”

Before the game, Sky Sports pundit Jamie Carragher urged Arsenal to put Wenger out of his misery.

“They didn’t have the nerve to make the decision in the summer,” Carragher said ahead of the Premier League clash against City tonight on Sky Sports.


Arsenal flop Emmanuel Frimpong has trolled Arsene Wenger

“I would love, and the only way you can turn this negative now into a positive is, if they come out and announce, together with the manager, that he’s going to move on at the end of the season.

“Everyone would get behind him and as soon as it happens what would we say? ‘What a man, one of the great managers in the Premier League, one of the greatest managers in British football in 20 years time’. That’s what should be being said.

“I actually think there will be some Arsenal fans who think ‘I don’t want us to win the Europa League because if we get in the Champions League that might mean the manager might stay’.

“Now that’s actually a sad thing when your own supporters think like that.”