Angry Arsenal fans called for the exit of coach Unai Emery as the Spaniard lost to convince in the Europa League fixture.
The Gunners went down 2-1 to German side Eintracht Frankfurt at the Emirates recording their first loss on home soil.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang scored from close range thanks to a Gabriel Martinelli assist.
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Arsenal was taking a comfortable lead in the first half in a near-empty stadium to show fans confidence in their club.
In the second half, Kamada’s two-goal strikes brought back Unai from slumberland to remind him how he has failed to please the bosses.
Even though they lost three of its players to injuries, the Gunners had a full list of first eleven players who still failed to convert opportunities.
The inclusion of Mesut Ozil into the team for the first time in a long time was expected to change things around but still, his tactic failed.
Fans become angry raising leaflets with the words “Emery out” suggesting they no longer feel safe under his tenure.
Several coaches have been lined up to take over his position in case the club makes an immediate action.
The management will, however, have to part with about $4 million dollars if they terminate his contract before expiry in addition to other costs in his technical team he came with.
It was the 7th consecutive match that the Londoners have failed to win having won only four of its past fixtures.