As Arsenal took on Watford at The Emirates Stadium this afternoon, the early departure of the home supporters and the waving of season tickets towards Gunner boss Arsene Wenger showed what the result was in North London.
Go on, defend him… I dare you! #WengerOut
— Adam Keys (@_AdamKeys) March 13, 2016
— Piers Morgan (@piersmorgan) March 13, 2016
Despite a lacklustre first 45 minutes, which should have spelled the end of Gabriel’s afternoon on the pitch after his ugly looking two footed challenge on Troy Deeney was unpunished by referee Andre Marriner, the second half was much better for the visitors.
— Lord Gooner (@lordgooner8) March 13, 2016
Arsene Wenger should be managing in the lower leagues in France. Or somewhere in Asia. #WengerOut
— ❄ (@ExcitableExpert) March 13, 2016
Striker Odion Oghalo was back in the goal scoring routine before a wonderful strike by Adlene Guedioura resulted in angry jeers and boos from the home faithful, and despite a late goal from England forward Danny Welbeck Arsenal crashed out of the competition, and are left with virtually nothing to play for.
I honestly don't know how a person can be Wenger in tbh. Literally beyond me. #Wengerout
— #COYG (@ArsenalFC_Max) March 13, 2016
We need a change – the whole thing is so stale #Wengerout
— IG (@irishgooner49) March 13, 2016
As a result – the ‘Wenger Out’ brigade was in full force not only at The Emirates Stadium but on the wonderful world of Twitter as well. After the ‘Thanks for the memories’ banner on Tuesday night, defeat in the FA Cup, probable exit from the Champions League and a full eight points behind league leaders Leicester, Arsenal fans will be vocal in either their support or condemnation of their manager. Let the mayhem commence….
Dear me. #WengerOut Enough is enough
— Arsenal/Flyers4Ever (@arsenalmad79) March 13, 2016
— Europcar Sport (@EuropcarSport) February 28, 2016