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Arsenal fans march in protest against Wenger

GOSSIP & RUMOURS By Game Yetu | March 8th 2017
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger [PHOTO: COURTESY]

Arsenal fans marched in protest against Wenger yesterday after yet another disappointing season.

It has been a difficult few weeks for Arsenal who are now out of the Champions League and Premier League title race.

In Europe, they were thrashed 5-1 at home against Bayern Munich, losing 10-2 on aggregate – the worst defeat by an English club.

Unrest from the fans continues, as supporters call for Wenger’s retirement.

Prior to the kick-off of Tuesday’s game, Arsenal supporters marched in protest against their French manager at the Emirates Stadium. “Wenger Out” was chanted, as the protesters demanded that the 68-year-old quit.

Wenger even got likened to a dictator. With all this animosity towards the club's most successful manager, many wonder whether Arsenal will have a new manager by next season.

His current deal expires this summer, with reports claiming that the board is eager to extend his stay.

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