Wenger Out protest thread

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Re: Wenger Out protest thread

Postby NickF » Sun Jan 14, 2018 1:27 pm

We should have got rid of Wenger years ago yet still people say it is the wrong time, FFS guys!

If no one turns up because "it is not the right time" we might as well not bother trying to get rid of Wenger and accept our fans are spineless who will just take any shit thrown at them without question.
Timing is everything though - if you do it when there's been a recovery or a half decent result against a shit team it loses impact. Do it after Chavski end the last lingering hope of a domestic trophy and you're 7 or 8 points off the Luvvie 4th place spot and the media will cease upon it and amplify it, instead of flip flopping back to their stance that we're all ungrateful, spoilt morons
That sums up why he is still here and never likely to go, as soon as we get a half decent result all that has happen before is forgotten.

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Re: Wenger Out protest thread

Postby northbank123 » Sun Jan 14, 2018 1:57 pm

Agree - would be delighted to see protests at any time but we all know that getting most of the Emirates-dwelling crowd interested in anything (never mind a protest) is difficult.

There is still lots of apathy at the moment but losing Sanchez for relative peanuts with no decent replacement followed by a cup exit to Chelsea amid a run of awful performances and poor results and the reality of Ozil walking on a free in the summer will change that.

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Re: Wenger Out protest thread

Postby sk-gtfo » Sun Jan 14, 2018 3:02 pm

Things falling into place nicely... :twisted:

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Re: Wenger Out protest thread

Postby OneBardGooner » Sun Jan 14, 2018 3:22 pm

Agree - would be delighted to see protests at any time but we all know that getting most of the Emirates-dwelling crowd interested in anything (never mind a protest) is difficult.

There is still lots of apathy at the moment but losing Sanchez for relative peanuts with no decent replacement followed by a cup exit to Chelsea amid a run of awful performances and poor results and the reality of Ozil walking on a free in the summer will change that.
They're too busy with the mobiles and Latte's....to even notice how BAD it has gotten. :cry: :banghead:

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Re: Wenger Out protest thread

Postby Blood_Gooner » Sun Jan 14, 2018 3:42 pm

Remember guys, if the vast majority of the fan base finally wakes up and decides to protest en masse, it won't have any effect on TOF's tenure here. No form of protest can ever get him out. 😁

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Re: Wenger Out protest thread

Postby SteveO 35 » Sun Jan 14, 2018 3:51 pm

Today's result is perfect for the protest!

Never smiled so much in defeat

:barscarf: :barscarf: :barscarf:

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Re: Wenger Out protest thread

Postby NickF » Sun Jan 14, 2018 5:21 pm

Remember guys, if the vast majority of the fan base finally wakes up and decides to protest en masse, it won't have any effect on TOF's tenure here. No form of protest can ever get him out. 😁
That is why he is still here - people simply don't believe it will make any difference so don't bother.
It is a catch-22....

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Re: Wenger Out protest thread

Postby OneBardGooner » Sun Jan 14, 2018 6:06 pm

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Re: Wenger Out protest thread

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Re: Wenger Out protest thread

Postby Gunner Rob » Sun Jan 14, 2018 6:15 pm

Remember guys, if the vast majority of the fan base finally wakes up and decides to protest en masse, it won't have any effect on TOF's tenure here. No form of protest can ever get him out. 😁
What a load of crap

Are you one of the spineless individuals who will continue to watch this shit then ?

This team keeps losing and Wenger will be gone in weeks.

What you have to remember is that this season is not Groundhog Day anymore - this is the start of a descent into real decline.

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Re: Wenger Out protest thread

Postby flash gunner » Mon Jan 15, 2018 8:12 am

Get in there quick lads, we'll get a couple of wins against poor oppo and the whole thing will go off the boil again!!!


Aim for Kroenke too and if he falls Wenger will go too

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Re: Wenger Out protest thread

Postby Blood_Gooner » Mon Jan 15, 2018 10:18 am

Remember guys, if the vast majority of the fan base finally wakes up and decides to protest en masse, it won't have any effect on TOF's tenure here. No form of protest can ever get him out. 😁
What a load of crap

Are you one of the spineless individuals who will continue to watch this shit then ?

This team keeps losing and Wenger will be gone in weeks.

What you have to remember is that this season is not Groundhog Day anymore - this is the start of a descent into real decline.
You don't do sarcasm well, do you? :lol:

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Re: Wenger Out protest thread

Postby NickF » Mon Jan 15, 2018 10:30 am

Remember guys, if the vast majority of the fan base finally wakes up and decides to protest en masse, it won't have any effect on TOF's tenure here. No form of protest can ever get him out. 😁
What a load of crap

Are you one of the spineless individuals who will continue to watch this shit then ?

This team keeps losing and Wenger will be gone in weeks.

What you have to remember is that this season is not Groundhog Day anymore - this is the start of a descent into real decline.
You don't do sarcasm well, do you? :lol:
Do you think this is a big joke?

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Re: Wenger Out protest thread

Postby neasdengooner » Mon Jan 15, 2018 1:24 pm

Is the protest Sat at Palace game going ahead?

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Re: Wenger Out protest thread

Postby Blood_Gooner » Mon Jan 15, 2018 1:52 pm

Remember guys, if the vast majority of the fan base finally wakes up and decides to protest en masse, it won't have any effect on TOF's tenure here. No form of protest can ever get him out. 😁
What a load of crap

Are you one of the spineless individuals who will continue to watch this shit then ?

This team keeps losing and Wenger will be gone in weeks.

What you have to remember is that this season is not Groundhog Day anymore - this is the start of a descent into real decline.
You don't do sarcasm well, do you? :lol:
Do you think this is a big joke?
Hey man, there are far more serious stuff in life for me to get way more worked up about. I was actually trying to highlight how silly the view is that major protests can't shift tof. But once again, as displayed here by you and the other mong that attacked me prior, you guys have become so overly aggressive with your agenda, you have long reached the point of alienating even those in support of hounding tof out. And then you wonder why your marches aren't attracting numbers.

Carry on, tough guy. Carry on.


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