• Thousands of fans stay away from 2-1 home defeat by Eintracht
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Unai Emery is determined to fight on as the Arsenal manager despite a defeat by Eintracht Frankfurt that leaves him on thin ice.

Arsenal have gone seven games without a win and the club’s hierarchy, although reluctant to make a change, are now considering their options. A second-half collapse against the Bundesliga side, who had hardly threatened before the break, did nothing for the manager’s cause and the team were booed off by a sparse crowd at full-time.

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