Whether Arsenal are winning impressively or losing woefully, you can guarantee Gunners fan Piers Morgan will be airing his views on Twitter

The fickle Gunner is well known for his rants about Arsenal, particularly during tough times, and he regularly has fans astonished by his views on Arsenal and Arsene Wenger.

You can’t knock his passion, but his views appear to differ from week-to-week depending on how his beloved Arsenal are doing.

This week? He’s absolutely furious, as you can see by his tweet’s during Arsenal’s embarrassing 5-1 defeat to Liverpool at Anfield earlier…

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  • Jo
    2 months ago

    Agree with Morgan!

    This has to be Wengers last year in charge!

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    Lindley McNeilly
    2 months ago

    This was always going to happen. I’m furious also. They bottle it every time against a good team. Ozil painted over the cracks.

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  • Olaide
    2 months ago

    Piers Morgan is right because Arsenal needs a new coach with a new idea. Giroud should be playin for mid table clubs not Arsenal.

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