PRANKSTERS managed to continue the “Wenger Out” campaign by sneakily holding up a banner as Jeremy Corbyn was speaking.
The duo smuggled the hand-written banner into the background of the politician’s speech in Royal Leamington Spa this afternoon.
The banner’s popularity has surged in recent weeks as the pressure mounts on Arsenal boss Wenger.
Calls for the Gunners veteran to quit the north London club have continued to grow.
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An increasing number of Arsenal fans have lost patience with their lack of success.
That has led to the “Wenger Out” campaign gathering momentum.
And it has become a global phenomenon, with the banners even popping up at WrestleMania.
There have been several occasions of the message being flown overhead trailing aeroplanes.
And it even hit the recent Manchester derby between City and United – although that was to promote a local music gig.
Wenger did relieve some of the pressure on his shoulders on Sunday as he side secured a 2-0 victory over Manchester United to keep alive their faint hopes of finishing in the top four.
Arsenal also have the FA Cup Final to look forward too later this month when they take on Chelsea to try and win the competition for the third time in four years.