Arsenal's French manager Arsene Wenger (R) and assistant Steve Bould gesture in their seats during the English Premier League football match between Crystal Palace and Arsenal at Selhurst Park in south London on April 10, 2017. / AFP / Glyn KIRK /
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Newspapers, pundits and former players poured fresh scorn on Arsenal and their besieged manager Arsene Wenger Tuesday following Monday's dismal 3-0 defeat at Crystal Palace.It was Arsenal's fourth successive away defeat in the Premier League and left them seven points off the Champions League places with a game in hand.The back-page headline in The Times, a riff on Palace's nickname, read: "Eagles 3 Butterflies 0 ".Several newspapers said Arsenal had reached "a new low".Wenger, 67, is reported to have been offered a two-year contract extension by Arsenal, but has yet to reveal what he intends to do.
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