'The Mugabe of Arsenal': Fan compares Wenger to Zimbabwean autocrat


Wenger's future is in serious doubt with his contract due to expire at the end of this season as frustration continues to grow among the club's fanbase.

When he came into the Premier League, Wenger brought with him a revolution of flair-filled football, partnered with a possession-based mentality.

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Probably not, but for a club now embroiled in a mixture of on the pitch underperformance, fan unrest and managerial uncertainty, a recent backroom exodus and the creation of a new role to take over a job Wenger has himself partially overseen since his arrival certainly isn't going to help the negative buzz surrounding the Emirates these days.

Banner waving Arsenal fans during one of their recent "Wenger Out" campaigns.

A woeful run of form for the North London giants has seen them slip to fifth in the table and the Gunners fell five points behind fourth-placed Liverpool at the weekend- although Arsenal do have two games in hand over the Reds.

Arsenal are also in the FA Cup semi-finals where they play Manchester City next month.

The Gunners are now fifth in the English Premier league with chances to qualify for next season's UEFA Champions league at stake.

The under-fire Arsenal manager angrily refused to discuss the behaviour of a small group of fans who have staged protests calling for him to resign before their last home games against Bayern Munich and Lincoln.