The latest protest against the Frenchman has taken place outside the club’s training ground, with supporters once again expressing their frustrations
Disgruntled Arsenal fans have taken the ‘Wenger Out’ protests to a new level, as one wore an Alexis Sanchez mask and even displayed two dogs depicting the Chilean’s animal friends.
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The supporters have taken the demonstration against Arsene Wenger’s management of the Gunners to the club’s London Colney training ground in the latest showing of fan unrest.
It comes off the back of the north Londoners’ home draw with Manchester City on Sunday, a result that sees them remain in sixth place in the Premier League table.
First time there have been protesters outside the #afc training ground at London Colney. Wenger due to speak at 9(ish). pic.twitter.com/1PIwQLsnEG
— James Olley (@JamesOlley) April 4, 2017
Wenger has overseen a disappointing 2016-17 campaign that has seen the Gunners emphatically dumped out of the Champions League by Bayern Munich, while their top-four hopes are now hanging by a thread.
Should Arsenal fail to qualify for Europe’s premier club competition, it would be the first time that they have not done so since Wenger joined way back in 1996.
The demonstrations against the Frenchman have seen banners pop up all over the globe in the last week, with one spotted at the New Zealand versus Fiji international fixture, while another was even seen at Wrestlemania.