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WENGER OUT protests continue outside Emirates in scenes reminiscent of Brexit

Date Posted,April 1, 2017

Arsenal supporters have continued their protests against Arsene Wenger

And fans have found a new approach – finding a Brexit -style van to advertise the ‘Wenger Out’ message.

Pressure continues to grow on Wenger after a dismal recent run which has seen the Gunners lose five of their last six Premier League matches.

A section of supporters paid for a plane to carry a banner declaring ‘Wenger Out’ during the recent 3-1 defeat by West Brom at the Hawthorns.

Now an advertising van carrying a quote from chief executive Ivan Gazidis has been paid for, to call for Wenger to leave this summer.

The protests continue (Photo: AFP)
The other side of the van (Photo: EMPICS Sport)
A protest against Arsene Wenger (Photo: Offside Sports Photography)
Arsenal’s fans protest against Arsene Wenger (Photo: Sportimage)

The statement on one side of the van declares: “Arsene is accountable to the fans – they ultimately make judgement. If you are seeing the relationship between the fans and the manager break down over time that is unsustainable.”

Underneath reads: “That time is now – Wenger Out”. On the back states: “In Arsene We Trust” – with the ‘T’ crossed out.

On the opposing side of the can says: “Twenty years in Europe and we’re still waiting…”

Arsenal fans hold up banners in protest (Photo: PA)
Arsenal fans protest against manager Arsene Wenger (Photo: REUTERS)
Arsenal fans protest against manager Arsene Wenger (Photo: REUTERS)
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