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Eastenders Actor Jake Wood Goes on Hilarious Anti Arsene Wenger Rant

Eastenders Actor Jake Wood Goes on Hilarious Anti Arsene Wenger Rant

Arsene Wenger is taking criticism from all angles at the moment – and now one of Eastenders’ biggest stars has chimed in with his own two cents.

The Gunners are languishing in sixth place in the Premier League following yesterday’s 2-1 defeat at Brighton and Wenger himself has all but ruled out the possibility of finishing in the top four this season.

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As we’ve told you plenty of times in the past, Arsenal supporters haven’t been shy in demanding the Frenchman step down from his role as manager, and now they’ve been joined by one of soap’s most recognisable faces.

Lifelong Gooner Jake Wood, who plays Max Branning on the iconic BBC One show, has taken to Twitter in the wake of his club’s latest setback, and he definitely doesn’t hold back when it comes to Wenger:

Will the cast of Eastenders demanding his resignation finally push Wenger over the edge?

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