Tha Sports Junkies 101

Arsene Wenger To Consider Fan Protests

Premier League-

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger to Consider Fan Protests

London, England- Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has come under harsh criticism since Arsenal’s 5-1 defeat to Bayern Munich last month.

The 67-year-old Frenchman has never been under as much criticism as he is now. Wenger, who has managed Arsenal since October 1996, was the subject of a fan protest in Arsenal’s 2nd leg game against Bayern Munich on Tuesday night. Arsenal lost the game 5-1 on the night and 10-2 on aggregate overall. The worst defeat ever by an English side in the Champions League.

Hundreds of fans gathered outside the Emirates stadium before the game and held up this banner.

It isn’t the first time the banner has came out and by the looks of things it certainly won’t be the last. Popular YouTube channel ArsenalFanTv have a barrage of lifelong Arsenal fans gunning for the head of Wenger. But it’s not only Wenger they want. They want the owners out too.The most popular of all the fans on the channel, London native Troopz, said in a recent video on the channel,”The only thing I want is Wenger to fuck off, I want Kroenke to fuck off, Keswick Gazidis all of them”. Troopz is referring to Stan Kroenke, Sir Chips Keswick and Ivan Gazidis, all of whom are in charge of Arsenal football club.

These Arsenal fans have finally got what they wanted. Speaking ahead of the FA CUP Quarter Final game against Lincoln Wenger responded to whether the protest from the fans will make any difference in him deciding his future, Wenger said,”Of course you consider everything. It won’t be the most important factor, but I will consider it of course”.

During his time as Arsenal manager Wenger has overseen 1,111 matches, he has won 640 of those. Wenger has also won 3 Premier League titles, 6 FA CUPS and 4 Community Shields in his time at the helm of Arsenal.

It looks increasingly likely that the man who changed English Football forever may be about to leave Arsenal. But only one question remains to be seen. Will the fans regret their protests one day?