Arsenal fans use plane, signs and more to show how much they want Wenger out

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There is no question that Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is under fire. It’s been over a decade since he guided the Gunners to Premier League glory, the team has continually failed to make it far in the Champions League, and fans are sick at always finishing fourth and not having a pure, star striker to lead the team. 

And this year, it has gotten worse. After another embarrassing Champions League exit over a week ago, the team lost 3-1 at West Brom on Saturday, and fans went all out voicing their displeasure as the Gunners dropped to the fourth defeat in their last five league clashes. Check it out.

There were signs.

There were jokes.

There was even a banner-flying plane that read Wenger out flying above the stadium.

Seriously. Here is video footage. 

And of course, Arsenal superfan Arsene Wenger was at it on Twitter, as usual. 

Arsenal has long been a role model of consistency, always being good for the last decade by not great. Gunners fans want more, and most want him out after more than 20 years. But if you were to listen to what he said postmatch, he knows what his future holds. Now if that is staying or going, that remains to be seen.

Posted by NBC Sports Soccer on Saturday, March 18, 2017

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