Jamie Carragher had some harsh words for Arsenal
The Gunners went down to a humiliating 3-0 defeat to struggling Crystal Palace last night and are seven points adrift of the top four.
Chelsea, meanwhile, are top but it's been some comeback from the dismal displays of 2015-16 when Jose Mourinho was sacked after the players went AWOL.
Appearing on Sky Sports alongside Carragher last night was Claudio Ranieri, who was boss of Leicester when they eased to a 2-1 win over Chelsea back in December 2015.
Carragher thinks the two cases are similar and said: "That takes me back to a performance on Monday Night Football last year that Claudio [Ranieri] was involved in.
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I don't think the fans are split. More of them want change
"We said afterwards that Chelsea players had chucked it for Jose Mourinho. It looks like the Arsenal players have chucked it.
"I don't think the fans are split. More of them want change.
"It's now looking like the players want change."
Arsene Wenger is out of contract at the end of the season but it was the players – not the boss – who copped the brunt of the fans' abuse at Selhurst Park yesterday.
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Carragher added: "The club is Arsene Wenger's from top to bottom – he's been there that long and rightly so.
"But now the whole club is a problem. Forget the top four, it's got nothing to do with it in my eyes.
"It's been a nonsense for five or six years now. Go for the trophies – because finishing in the top four has affected the whole club."