Who were all equally bad.
Before the meeting, each member was individually surveyed and asked if they support Wenger remaining as manager of the club beyond the 2017/18 season.
Speaking to the Guardian after the loss against Brighton, Koscielny's words reflected the team's dismay at the result.
The French tactician has received plenty of criticism following the Gunners' lean patch in 2018, but he remains adamant that he is the right person for the job.
"It's hard for me to get into any negative assessment", he explained.
It has been a great season for newly promoted Brighton. Eight points behind Chelsea, the Gunners are now 13 points adrift of Tottenham, who currently occupy the last of the four Champions League spots.
While several Arsenal fans are absolutely furious that the club allowed to take the club into these depths, several are simply grief-stricken and of the belief that nothing is going to change.
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Messi's first-half free kick decided the match, however, as Barcelona picked up a huge three points. It is his 373rd strike in LaLiga and the 13th he has netted in all competitions during 2018.
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- Pascal Gross has assisted Glenn Murray four times in the Premier League this season - only Cesar Azpilicueta (six for Alvaro Morata) and Kevin De Bruyne (five for Sergio Aguero) have assisted a player more.
A major Arsenal supporters group has said almost 90 percent of its members want Arsene Wenger to be replaced as manager next season. But as they say, matches aren't decided on paper and Milan and Arsenal both have serious dispositions about the competition, even though pundits don't see them as clear favorites.
Spurs occupy fourth spot at the moment but Wenger has been insistent in recent weeks that he wants to seal a Champions League return through league position rather than winning the Europa League as Manchester United did previous year.
It is understood success in Europe's second-tier competition, which will guarantee Champions League football for next season, will keep Wenger in his current role.
Commentator Paul Merson actually predicts that this is Wenger's last season.
At the Amex Stadium on Sunday, no player gave away the ball more often than Mkhitaryan and his dwindling influence on Arsenal's play was epitomised by Wenger's decision to withdraw him with seven minutes left, to be replaced by a fullback.
The more likely scenario is that Arsenal will continue their slide until someone in the boardroom has the guts and the gumption to finally put Wenger out of his misery.