Saturday, 29 April 2017

#WengerOut! Angry Arsenal Fans Light Up Emirates, Highbury Grounds With Protest Display Ahead Of Tottenham Clash

Angry Arsenal supporters attempted to put further pressure on manager Arsene Wenger on Friday night as they projected their message of "Wenger Out" throughout London.
Images of a section of fans' protestations surfaced ahead of Sunday's North London derby away to Tottenham.

"Wenger Out" was projected on to the side of former ground Highbury as well as the club's current home the Emirates.
Protests against Arsene Wenger saw messages of #WengerOut projected on to the Emirates
"Wenger Out" could be seen in huge letters on Highbury's East Stand
 The message also appeared to have been beamed on to west London landmark Marble Arch.

It was the latest attempt of a frustrated section of supporters who want Wenger to leave the club at the end of the season after over 20 years in charge.
Even Marble Arch
It appears that the protest made its way to Marble Arch, where the message was beamed again
The protest made its way to Marble Arch
With Tottenham able to confirm a finish above the Gunners on Sunday and top four looking unlikely, some feel this is the worst it has ever been for the club since the Frenchman's arrival in 1996.
Supporters also targeted the club's former ground of Highbury on Friday night

And in a bid to pressurise the Arsenal board into withdrawing a proposed two-year contract extension for Wenger whose contract expires at the end of the season, the protest group will be beaming their "Wenger Out" message at several locations across London.

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