Everton vs Arsenal: Emmanuel Frimpong slams Gunners during Premier League clash as ‘other team want it more’

Frimpong, who came through the north Londoners’ academy before making 16 first-team appearances, remains a loyal supporter of the club he joined aged nine.

But he was not happy with the Gunners on Sunday afternoon.

Unai Emery’s side visited Goodison Park knowing a defeat of Everton would move them into third place in the Premier League, ahead of local rivals Tottenham.

A victory would also send Arsenal three points clear of Chelsea in fifth and five points clear of Manchester United in sixth in the fiercely contested battle for a top four finish and Champions League qualification.

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