Wenger to go after Arsenal fans protest at Bayern match?

The last time that there was supposed to be a big protest from the Arsenal fans over the same old disappointments under Arsene Wenger and the current owners was towards the end of last season, but instead of the expected outpouring of anger that home game against Norwich City saw the crowd at the Emirates chanting the name of the Frenchman, so it will be interesting to see what happens tomorrow.

The Sun is reporting that there is a planned protest scheduled ahead of the Champions League home game against Bayern Munich tomorrow which will take the place of a march from our old stadium Highbury to the new one, in an attempt to highlight the fact that the move to a new ground which was supposed to have been some short term pain for long term gain only seems to have helped the club make more money.

With a 5-1 deficit from the game in Munich to overcome the chances of Arsenal getting any further than usual in Europe are realistically gone and yet another limp attempt to challenge for the Premier League has left many of us accepting that things will not get any better without a change of manager.

Wenger has suggested that he will factor in the wishes of the Arsenal fans when making his decision so could this planned protest finally persuade the prof to go?

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