Arsenal fans launch Arsene Wenger OUT protest with boycott

Apr 10, 2017, 01:15

With Arsenal now experiencing their worst run under Wenger since he joined the club, in which the side have managed just two wins from their last seven fixtures, calls for the 67-year-old to step down continue to surface with each passing week.

Disappointing results have left Arsenal behind in the race for the Champions League spots and some fans calling for the Frenchman to step down as manager.

"It is certainly serious", Wenger said at his Tuesday afternoon news conference ahead of Wednesday night's Premier League fixture against West Ham United.

The experience of having done it before will play a part of course, but I think it is just about sticking together and continuing to right.

"Obviously some people want him to stay, other people want him to go", Campbell said, speaking at a promotional event in Sydney, Australia.

With 10 games remaining of the Premier League season, Wenger's team sits sixth in the table, seven points off Manchester City in fourth.

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Fans of the club were also seen fighting among themselves both in the stadium and outside the stadium during and after the clash with City, as the uncertainty over Wenger's future goes on.

But Wenger said: "It is three guys". Suddenly it becomes important, so I am quite pleased people realise it is not as easy as it looks.

Wenger is out of contract at the end of the Premier League season and no certainty to continue in his role amid the growing discontent among fans at the Emirates Stadium. You just want our fans to stand behind the team and the club, and that's what they did.

"I think one thing he should do is look at is what kind of energy he's going to bring to the team - player wise and coaching wise".

The Arsenal manager also refused to accept the need to "change" his philosophy at the club, but argued "evolution" was instead vital to taking his side forward. "I can understand because football is free for everybody to have opinions so you cannot stop that".