Jamie O’Hara has told Sky Sports’ The Debate that Arsenal’s defence is a “shambles” and that the Gunners squad is simply not good enough to meet the expectations of supporters and the Arsenal board.
Fans want the club to be qualifying for Europe at the very least, and challenging for the top four places. However, Arsenal have now failed to win in the Premier League since October 6 and have since sacked Unai Emery.
Arsenal conceded another two goals on Sunday afternoon as they drew 2-2 with newly-promoted Norwich City, and were lucky to come away with a point. VAR saved Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, allowing the Gunners skipper to retake his saved penalty.
Former Tottenham Hotspur star and now Billericay Town manager O’Hara has labelled Arsenal’s defence as a “shambles” but claimed that any manager would struggle at The Emirates purely because the Arsenal players are not up to it.