Arsenal fan brings Arsene Wenger banner to Donald Trump’s protest in London

Yesterday, people took to the streets to vent their anger at a power-hungry, egomaniac leader who does not seem fit for the scale of the job he has been in – oh, and there were mass protests against Donald Trump as well.

Arsenal fans are clearly not taking a day off – as this one supporter showed by attending yesterday’s protest against the US president’s proposed state visit with an anti-Arsene Wenger banner.

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Thousands marched across London and other parts of Britain against Theresa May’s invitation to the Republican leader, who was also debated in parliament last night.

Still, there are clearly more pressing issues that also need to be addressed in these challenging times, where an Arsenal fan is eager to get their point across about Wenger’s position at the club.


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The Frenchman has been at Arsenal for over 20 years and many fans now feel he has had long enough to try to turn around the team’s fortunes.

LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM - FEBRUARY 20: People protest against US President Donald Trump and demand that his planned state visit to Britain be canceled in Parliament Square, London, England on February 20, 2017. One of the petitions signed by 1.85 million people were against Trump's state visit, while the other was in favor with 310,000 signatures.  (Photo by Tolga Akmen / Anadolu Agency / Getty Images)

Thousands marched on Trump’s proposed state visit yesterday (Image: Getty)

Arsenal recently lost big matches against Chelsea and Bayern Munich to everyone, but are stopping their hopes of winning either the Premier League or Champions League this season, and speculation is growing that Wenger may leave at the end of the campaign. .

Still, if Arsenal’s record is anything to go by, he’s likely to end up holding out a lot longer than Trump, even though he’s only been president for just over a month.

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