The FC crew discuss how the negative energy surrounding Arsenal will affect the club heading into their Man City clash.
Arsenal fans aren’t giving up until Arsene Wenger is gone, it seems.
With the “Wenger Out” movement having already used banners, protest marches and even planes to get their message across, they’ve now got a new trick up their sleeves: a van.
Ahead of Arsenal’s game against Manchester City at the Emirates Stadium on Sunday, supporters have hired a van, complete with anti-Wenger messages on it, to take to the streets of North London in protest.
The Wenger Out brigade have hired a protest van for Arsenal v Man City… pic.twitter.com/HsADD9S8Yt
– Evan Bartlett (@ev_bartlett) April 2, 2017
We spotted this banner travelling around north London this morning
– BBC 5 live Sport (@5liveSport) April 2, 2017
There’s so much modern football nonsense going on here that it’s almost too much. pic.twitter.com/g4ot89mLad
– Rory Smith (@RorySmith) April 2, 2017
With their side currently sixth in the Premier League and a whopping 19 points behind leaders Chelsea, what on earth will Arsenal fans be planning next?
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