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Arsenal Fans Fly ‘No Contract #WengerOut’ Banner Over Hawthorns

Arsenal Fans Fly ‘No Contract #WengerOut’ Banner Over Hawthorns

Some Arsenal fans have went to the bother of paying for a plane to fly a ‘No Contract #WengerOut’ banner over their game against West Brom this afternoon.

The mood of the Gunners supporters appears at an all-time low after recent results left them out of the English Premier League top four and out of the Champions League after a 10-2 aggregate defeat to Bayern Munich.

Arsene Wenger’s contract expires this summer and it’s not been announced what his future will be beyond that.

But these supporters want everybody to be left in no doubt that they want the Frenchman out:

It’s been another frustrating season for Arsenal so far with their disappointing performances in the league and in Europe.

They are still in with a chance of finishing in the top four as they only trail Liverpool by five points with two games in hand.

And they are continuing to challenge for the FA Cup, readying themselves for a semi-final clash with Manchester City next month.

But will Wenger be able to stay in his job regardless of how successful they end up being this season? It doesn’t look likely if fans continue to show their anger towards him.

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