What the papers say: Arsenal's Invincibles become Invisibles

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The Sun - Arsenal 0 Fulham 0
THERE is a huge sign at the Emirates which states simply “Arsene Knows”. The popular theory is whatever the problem, the manager always has a solution. Well, for Arsene Wenger’s sake, let’s hope he can come up with something to get Arsenal out of their current predicament.

The Daily Mail - Wenger's Invincibles are becoming the Invisibles
Arsene Wenger labelled them the Golden Generation. Opposition players respectfully refer to them as a team in transition. Their fans simply fear they are finished as a major force. Why else could a supporter be heard yelling ‘Sack the manager’ above the groans of disapproval, the anger directed at an Arsenal team who ran out of ideas when they were knocked off top spot in the Barclays PremierLeague way back on September 27?

Misfiring Arsenal failed to find the net for the fourth straight Barclays Premier League game, as their clash with Fulham ended goalless at Emirates Stadium.

ARSENAL – once renowned as England’s great entertainers – just can’t stop firing blanks.

The Times - Arsene Wenger on wrong end of fan’s ire
The single disgruntled spectator who shouted “Sack the manager” as he left the Emirates Stadium must have been joking — mustn’t he? — but while there would once have been jeers of disapproval from fans around him, on Saturday there were none.

The Independent - Goal-shy Gunners compound Wenger's worries
Seldom can a 13-match unbeaten run have been less celebrated than Arsenal's current sequence. They and Manchester United are the only two teams not to have lost in the League since the turn of the year which, in the not-too-distant past, would have seen the pair march in lock-step through a nail-biting title run-in.

The Telegraph - Fans' frustration boils over as Arsenal fire more blanks
The middle-aged Arsenal supporter from the expensive seats leant across the radio commentator and bellowed “sack the manager” into the open mike. It might have been one voice in a thousand – or perhaps 60,000 – but this was the day that frustration with Arsene Wenger's goal-shy side reached boiling point.

The Guardian - Gunners' habit of firing blanks has fans pining for bad old days of 1-0 boredom
Arsenal remain stuck in a goalless groundhog day. For Arsène Wenger it is becoming less a matter of nil desperandum than nil-nil desperation.

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