Plenty of Arsenal supporters feel disillusioned with life under manager Arsene Wenger, and many are calling for the Frenchman to walk away from the club.
In his 20-year spell in charge of the North London outfit, Wenger has guided the team to three Premier League titles and six FA Cup triumphs.
In the last few seasons, though, the club have failed to launch a serious title challenge, last winning the coveted crown in the 2003-04 campaign.
On a handful of occasions fans have unveiled ‘Wenger Out’ signs during matches to vent their frustration, but one of them was bizarrely displayed during a rally in central London protesting against United States President Donald Trump.
The new leader of the free world has sparked waves of controversy since getting elected last year, and peaceful protests have erupted in many countries across the globe.
London is one particular city that has witnessed people in their droves express their distaste for Trump, but on Monday night attention turned to Wenger.
Arsenal were competing in an FA Cup fifth-round match against non-league Sutton at the time, but it appears that one fan decided to protest against the Gunners’ manager elsewhere.
A photo of a ‘Wenger Out’ banner has been doing the rounds on social media, and it is unsure whether the owner of said sign simply got lost on the way to the match, decided to protest against both Trump and the Arsenal boss, or has a different explanation altogether…
SPOTTED: 'Wenger Out' sign at the Stop Trump rally. ???? pic.twitter.com/eB5GruAy81
— SPORF (@Sporf) February 21, 2017