‘Wenger Out’ Sign Pops Up in Middle of Czech Republic Protests

‘Wenger Out’ Sign Pops Up in Middle of Czech Republic Protests

A random ‘Wenger Out’ sign popped up in the middle of protests in Czech Republic yesterday.

Thousands protested in Prague on Wednesday evening against the country’s finance minister Andrej Babis and president Milos Zeman over the latter’s support of the former as he battles serious questions about his past tax arrangements.

Babis could end up becoming prime minister of the country, but he’ll have to fend off a bid from current PM Bohuslav Sobotka to get rid of him first.

It’s no doubt an important issue in the country if there are thousands turning out to protest.

But is it a time or place for an Arsenal to show their feelings towards Arsene Wenger? We’re not so sure. But it’s pretty funny:

Arsenal took a big step back into the Premier League top four race with their 2-0 win over Manchester United at the weekend and their 2-0 victory at Southampton last night.

But apparently there are still some out there who want the Frenchman out and they’re prepared to hijack big events to show that.

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