Goodbye Arsene Wenger, As Fans Protest Set To Kick Him Out Next Month

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Arsenal fans are planning another protest ahead of our FA Cup clash with Lincoln City after our 5-1 defeat to Bayern Munich on Tuesday night.

Fans are furious with Arsene Wenger who is yet to guide the Gunners in winning a major title since 2004; reports claimed over 200 supporters had previously protested the 67-year-old man should quite the Emirates after his contract expires in summer.

We have currently lost five of our last seven games in all competition and with the 10-2 aggregate scoreline, fans are furious with Wenger and have urged him to leave due to his inability to steer the team to a greater height.

According to reports, fans will once again demonstrate his continued leadership after the 67-year-old said their feelings would play a part in whether he opts to stay at the Emirates.

Asked whether the fans’ opinion of him will have any impact on the decision, he replied: “Yes. Of course, you consider everything. It will not be the most important factor but of course, you consider it.

“It is difficult for me to judge [the protest]. I have worked very hard for 20 years to make our fans happy and when you lose the games, I understand they are not happy.

“I do not want to judge that, I am not able to. I live in my daily work with my complete commitment.

“I think I’ve shown since I’m here that first of all I love this club, that I’m loyal to this club and that I make the right decisions for this club.”

WE GO AGAIN PROTEST 2

SATURDAY 11TH MARCH 4 PM

EAST STAND HIGHBURY TO EMIRATES DIRECTORS ENTRANCE

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