Following protests from Arsenal fans in north London and then in Midlands skies the latest move is to step up the campaign 12,000 miles away at the Westpac Stadium, which holds 34,500 fans but reportedly attracted around 500 and a bedsheet. Just this past weekend, signage against the Frenchman was on display at the Ultra Music Festival in Miami.
Wenger has used the international break to decide on his future at the Emirates Stadium amid growing fan unrest despite agreeing terms on a two-year contract extension. Wenger’s current deal is set to expire in the summer and has insisted he will remain in manager beyond the summer, be it with Arsenal or elsewhere.
Arsenal return to action on Sunday, hosting Manchester City in the Premier League as they look to move back into contention for a Champions League place.