oArsenal fans are determined to get rid of Arsene Wenger that nne protester used Monday's anti-Donald Trump march in central London to call for an end to Arsene Wenger's reign at Arsenal.
Thousands had gathered to oppose Trump's upcoming state visit to the UK, but one objector had an altogether different message holding up a 'Wenger Out' sign.
Wenger's Arsenal contract is due to expire in the summer and the Frenchman has been offered a new two-year deal to take his stay at Emirates Stadium beyond 22 years.
Wenger says he will make a decision over his immediate future in 'March or April', while the 67-year-old insists he will remain in management beyond this season whether that is in north London or elsewhere.
The defeat at Chelsea earlier this month severley dented Arsenal's fading Premier League title hopes, while the the heavy loss in Munich all-but ended the club's Champions League quest for another campaign.
Arsenal will now pin their hopes on winning a third FA Cup title in four seasons and face non-league Lincoln City in the quarter-finals next month.