Well, I definitely heard boos when Adebayor came on, and I sit just above the "hardcore" section which almost never boos, so it must have been pretty loud wherever it was taking place. Generally, it was a resigned atmosphere. The fans neither believe in the team nor have much affection for them. At least the latter wasn't true during the dog days under Graham. "Too fed up to get angry" is a good summary of the current mood. It would have been worse had the opponents not been arch-rivals, as fans never want to be seen as disloyal in front of visiting fans they despise. The stadium was literally half-empty after Malouda scored the 4th, and the worst thing is that this was actually a lucky break for Wenger, because the people who left would have booed big-time after the final whistle had they stayed. Also, as I've said quite often this season, the pro-Wenger chants which used to happen at every game (the main one being "give us a wave", to which Wenger obliged) are rarer and rarer. Not a single one on Sunday, even before Chelsea scored.