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Ian Wright slams "deluded" Arsenal fans following criticism at Stamford Bridge

Ian Wright slams "armchair" Arsenal fans for criticising him following the Gunners' damaging defeat to Chelsea on Saturday.
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Arsenal legend Ian Wright has hit out at "armchair" Arsenal supporters after he was criticised for his comments following the Gunners' heavy defeat to Chelsea.

Wright was doing punditry work for BT Sport at Stamford Bridge during Saturday's 6-0 defeat for Arsenal, which has dented the club's Premier League title hopes.

The 50-year-old faced jibes from the Chelsea fans in the stadium while standing on the edge of the pitch at the Blues' ground.

However, it is a handful of Arsenal fans who have irritated Wright, who took to Twitter to describe his critics as "f****** mugs", and also stated that he would not take any criticism from fans unless they were at the game.

Arsenal are currently fourth in the Premier League table, six points ahead of fifth-placed Tottenham Hotspur.

MK Dons coach Ian Wright looks on prior to the FA Cup with Budweiser Second Round match between MK Dons and AFC Wimbledon at StadiumMK on December 2, 2012
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