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Whether it’s Highbury, Emirates or Marble Arch, the billboard flashing in London everywhere reads out bold & loud, #WengerOut. Arsene Wenger leads Arsenal for two decades, earning them two Premier League titles and seventeen consecutive Champions League place finish, but it’s no longer enough to keep the things stable at Emirates. Gunners’ supporters want a new face at the helm of club’s managerial job next season, and it leads to public protest against the Frenchman who still seeks two-year extension in his contract.

Arsenal fans are furious over clubs lack of clarity on Club’s future, and they no longer want current manager Mr. Wenger at clubs’ helm next season. It resulted in a public protest against Wenger, during Arsenal 2-10 aggregate demise against Bayern Munich in Uefa Champions League last 16 stage. But, it has gone more wild since then and have brought havoc among Arsenal’s fans.

Arsenal will play against Tottenham Hotspur on Sunday in North London derby, and Gunners’ fans have started projecting WengerOut from Friday onwards. #WengerOut is projected throughout London, whether it’s former Arsenal home ground Highbury, current home Emirates Stadium or West London’s landmark Marble Arch.

It’ not the only problem for Arsene Wenger’s continuity in London, Arsenal fans are also tattooing Totenham Hotspurs’ crest in shift a fan following to rival club. Twitter account @NoNewContract tweeted the images of the projections.

Arsenal can still win a silverware in their worst season ever to become the record holder of FA Cup, if they beat Chelsea in final, but it won’t be enough for Gunners’ fans to change their mind in favour of Arsene Wenger.

North London derby will be more important from Spurs perspective, because they can’t afford to lose points if they want to fight for the title challenge till last match day. They still trail Chelsea by four points and they’ll be expecting Blues to lose points on their travel to Merseyside Club Everton, but they’ll have to register victory against Arsenal later as well.



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