Pressure continues to mount on Arsene Wenger as calls for the manager to go intensify at the bet365 Stadium.
Even though the Gunners are still in with a chance of finishing in the top four, more banners were on display calling for him to go.
A plane flew over Stoke City’s ground in Saturday’s 4-1 win with the caption “Wenger-out means out.”
There were also banners in the away end where the ‘Wenger out’ brigade carried on their quest for the 67-year-old to leave the North London club.
Despite Arsenal floundering outside the Champions League places, they will contest London rivals Chelsea in the FA Cup final on May 27.
However this still hasn’t convinced a minority of supporters that the former Monaco manager is the right man in charge.
Signs calling for him to go have been recently spotted a Jeremy Corbyn speech as well as globally where banners were out in full force at Wrestlemania 33 and even at an anti-Donald Trump rally.
There was even a banner snapped at music festival in Miami and an NBA play-off match between the Clevland Cavaliers and the Indiana pacers.