PICTURE: Chelsea Fans Mock Arsenal With Tony Adams' Emirates Statue.

Good morning readers! Already widespread on the internet is a picture that will make any Arsenal faithful go crazy at the perpetrators of the act about to be reported in this post.

Two Chelsea fans took their joy of winning the 2014)15 Premier League season title overboard by making mockery of Arsenal. What exactly did they do and what was their objective?

These two dudes went in front of the Emirates Stadium where Tony Adams' statue is and posed with a replica EPL trophy. It wasn't just that. They also cast a Chelsea flag over the artwork of the Arsenal legend. This was done in a bid to make their rivals feel bad, having not won the Premier League since 2004.

They did this just a day after their manager, Jose Mourinho said that Arsenal did not succeed in winning the league because their request to play only from January to April was not granted by FIFA. That was a very big swipe and a disrespectful one from the Portuguese. What he was saying indirectly was that Arsenal only play well between January and April and since the competition begins in August and ends in May, they find it hard to be champions.

Like manager, like fans. From all indications, it is clear that the Blues fans are not in many ways different from their manager.

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