Grumbling Arsenal supporters beamed huge “Wenger Out ” banner over the Emirates Stadium as fans proceeded with their dissent against the Frenchman
The Arsenal manager’s contract deal is fulfilled toward the finish of the season and despite the fact that there are no official statements on the issue whether the 67-year-old manager will proceed at the club.
The fans have taken their disappointment at the proceeded stay of Arsene Wenger at the club and have propelled an additionally daring hashtag “#WengerOut” crusade, this time, taking it to the Emirate stadium, and in addition the exterior of Highbury. Which was transformed into extravagance residential flats taking after the Gunners’ move to the Emirates stadium in 2006
A developing subset of Arsenal fans has become disappointed with what they see as stagnation under the team managerial role as of late. With Tottenham ready to affirm a second spot finish above London rival Arsenal on Sunday and the top-four challenge looking far-fetched.
Regardless of Arsenal thrashing Manchester City 2-1 in the semi-final and making it to the FA Cup final, angry Arsenal fans stay unsatisfied with Wenger in charge of the club, as they needed the Frenchman to leave following 20 years in control.
However, some section of the Gunner’s faithful feels this is the most exceedingly bad it has ever been for the club since the Frenchman’s entry in 1996.
In a bid to pressurise the Arsenal board into pulling back a proposed two-year contract extension for Wenger, the dissent gathering will light up their ‘Wenger Out’ message at a few areas across London.
Picture Credits: Mirror.co.uk
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