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PICS: 'Wenger out' signs at #SAunites marches

2017-04-07 16:16
Protesters against Arsene Wenger (Twitter)

Cape Town - Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger cannot catch a break ... even in South Africa, where some citizens are protesting against the South African president's recent Cabinet reshuffle and its implications.

Wenger is by far the longest serving manager in the Premier League currently (manager since 1996), but has just two months remaining on his contract and a string of poor results has left a dark cloud hanging over his future with the London side.

Wenger came under heavy pressure after his team's 10-2 aggregate defeat against Bayern Munich in the Champions League.  

Supporters have voiced their discontent over Arsenal's form with the club in danger of missing out on a Premier League top-four finish for the first time since 1996.

Arsenal currently sit fifth on the English Premier League log with eight fixtures remaining.

On Friday, Gunner fans across South Africa have been taking whatever opportunities they can to make their views known with banners of #WengerOut spotted in the #SAunite's march.

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