‘Wenger Out’ Banner Appears 11,700 Miles Away at New Zealand v Fiji Game

‘Wenger Out’ Banner Appears 11,700 Miles Away at New Zealand v Fiji Game

Even New Zealand fans want to see Arsene Wenger out of his job at Arsenal.

The Gunners boss appears under pressure from every corner of Britain given the team’s recent run of poor form putting them out of the top four and out of the Champions League.

He may have been thinking of escaping to the other side of the world to get away from the criticism.

But it won’t be New Zealand if the ‘Wenger Out’ banner at the country’s World Cup qualifier against Fiji today is anything to go by.

An eagle-eyed spectator at the game in Wellington spotted the banner among just 500 fans inside the stadium to watch the clash against Fiji:

You’ve got to feel sorry for Wenger. He can’t even catch a break with fans who are 11,700 miles away in Wellington.

Despite all the negativity surrounding the Frenchman, reports say he’s set to sign on for another two years at the Emirates.

Arsenal are out of the running for three competitions this season and are only left with the target of reaching the top four and winning the FA Cup – both of which are far from certainties.

So will he still be in a job come the summer? We’re not so sure.

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