Luka Milivojevic: Crystal Palace fans are wonderful - I want to thank them

Piers Morgan believes that Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger need to be put out of his misery after an embarassing defeat away to Crystal Palace on Monday night.

Goals from Andros Townsend, Yohan Cabaye and Luka Milivojevic gave Palace three crucial points in their bid to avoid the drop to English football's second tier, while denting Arsenal's hope to secure the qualification for the Champions League. "At the moment I pay more respect to the fact we had a disappointing result". I've managed over 1,000 games and we are not used to this, it's a big worry. "We have to respond very quickly and not accept it", he said. "We all did and that's not Arsenal at all", said Walcott. "That's the most hard thing for us tonight". When asked about finishing in the top four, he responded: "Very hard, certainly."I want the fans to support the team". The defeat to Palace leaves Arsenal in sixth place, seven points behind Manchester City in fourth.

"Now it's time for him to go", Hartson said, saying Arsenal's showing against Palace was "inept - there was a lack of leadership, a lack of togetherness". I'm not in the mood.

Wenger has been at Arsenal for over 20 years and has never failed to deliver a top-four finish over the course of a full season, but ex-midfielder Ray Parlour thinks the task of qualifying for the Champions League is getting more hard: "Gutted about the result".

"I want the fans to support the team".

Sam Allardyce's team are fighting for their Premier League survival and before Monday night's game at Selhurst Park they had won four of their last five games - only Tottenham and Leicester had better form in the last five games.

More than 100 travelling supporters waited for the team to emerge from the dressing room and vented their anger as the players boarded the bus.

Wenger told the club's official website: "I'm deeply disappointed because the performance we produced was not good enough".

Former Arsenal striker Charlie Nicholas has begged for Arsene Wenger to make an announcement on his future at the club. This has been a performance that we see year in, year out from Arsenal.

Jay Bothroyd, a graduate of the Arsenal academy, wrote on his Twitter account: "Only Arsenal tolerate failure!" Where we said afterwards, "The Chelsea players have chucked it for Jose Mourinho".