Arsenal supporters are planning another protest march against Arsene Wenger on Sunday and hope to attract over 1000 fans for their crunch match against Manchester United at Emirates Stadium. The march by group #NoNewContract will take place despite the fact that the last protest was cancelled due to a lack of interest.
Less than 10 protesters turned out ahead of Arsenal’s home game versus West Ham last month, leaving the group with no option but to call off the planned ‘Wenger Out’ march.
Earlier protests had been more successful, with over 1000 turning up when the Gunners faced Manchester City at the start of April.
Wenger has delivered three Premier League titles and six FA Cups during his tenure.
But a large number of Gunners fans have turned against their long-term boss this season.
They cite 13 years of continued disappointment, in which they have failed to win the Premier League or a European trophy.
After 21 years at the helm of the North Londoners, some Arsenal supporters feel a managerial change is long overdue.