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PHOTO Pathetic Arsenal ‘Fans’ Plan To Display This Banner At Wembley
A supposed Arsenal ‘fan’ has revealed a 28ft banner he’s had made up that he plans to display at Wembley during our FA Cup semi-final against Wigan.
The banner, which is 28ft by 8ft, is a clear protest against manager Arsene Wenger, stating ‘EIE = Enough Is Enough’ and ‘ArsenalFC NOT ArseneFC’ as well as ‘WENGER OUT’.
Now I have no problem with fans who feel it’s time for a change of management at the club, they have a strong case to suggest the time has come for Arsene to leave.
However, to do this ‘protest’ at Wembley in the semi-final of the FA Cup is nothing short of pathetic and they will not only embarrass themselves, but Arsenal Football Club if they manage to get it into the ground.
Thankfully that’s unlikely, as Arsenal will be involved in stewarding the game and the stadium has a restriction on banner sizes, but I’m in disbelief that anyone who calls themselves an Arsenal fan would think this is a good idea.
Display it at the Emirates if you have to, even outside the stadium in the streets at Wembley, but to display it in the stands at a cup semi final is a disgrace. Do these people really think this is going to be a way of getting behind the team and helping the players reach the final?
Hate on Arsene, by all means, but leave it for another day. This is our big chance to finally end our trophy drought so ALL fans should be sticking together for the good of the club.
Maybe Arsene leaving in the summer is for the long-term good of the club, who knows, but protesting against the current manager needs to be saved for another time and place…..
— Stuart Sherry (@StuartSherry) March 26, 2014