It’s bad news for Wenger as Arsenal fans have their say on his future
As fanbases go, Arsenal’s has been known for years as being arguably the most divided in world football. But that looks to be gradually changing, and that’s not good news for manager Arsene Wenger.
Are you #wengerin or #wengerout?
Following yesterday’s defeat at Chelsea, we had a look at what the people of Twitter had to say on the current situation at the Emirates.
We promise we’ve tried to make this as balanced as possible, it’s just that one group seems to have a much bigger voice than the other…
A familiar face from Arsenal Fan TV looks like he’s readying his banner…
If Wenger signs a new deal he is disrespecting every one of us, I won’t sit back and accept it…..hello old friend, it’s been a while! pic.twitter.com/6BW7J0sHIz
— Mr DT © (@mrdt2016) February 4, 2017
We know Arsenal fans love a vote. We didn’t know the ratio of #wengerouts to #wengerins was 2:1 though…
RT FOR WENGER OUT
LIKE FOR WENGER IN pic.twitter.com/02WfieSJ8L
— GoonersRelated (@GoonersRelated) February 4, 2017
We’re hardly surprised to see Piers have his say…
— Piers Morgan (@piersmorgan) February 4, 2017
The Frenchman looks to have lost another fan…
I’m Wenger Out. Today is the day.
I’m sorry, it’s true.
— TheArseneView (@TheArseneView) February 4, 2017
We told you we’d try and even things out…
— Hilly (@minginghilly) February 4, 2017
But of course, there are stats out there to support pretty much any claim…
— AW The Rise And Fall (@StuartSherry) February 5, 2017
Oddsd slashed on @maydoosah taking over from Wenger?!
— merci (@maydoosah) February 5, 2017
Bit harsh, Joe!
Just woke up, is Wenger still our manager?? #wengerout
— Joe Mallinson (@joeymallo) February 5, 2017
At last! We’ve found a #wengerin!
— Ryan Hawker (@realryanjhawker) February 5, 2017
AFTV’s Memz raises a good point…
You can want Wenger out & still respect him. Wanting change doesn’t mean you have to abuse the man. Let’s have some class lads
— Man Like Memz (@AFCMemz) February 1, 2017
What do you think? Is it time for Wenger to move on or does he have a few more years still in him?
Have your say in the comments section below!
All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing