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Furious Arsenal fans to stage Emery Out protest during Europa League clash vs Eintracht Frankfurt

ARSENAL fans are planning a protest against Unai Emery during tonight’s Europa League clash with Eintracht Frankfurt.

The Spaniard is under intense pressure at the Emirates despite claiming yesterday he “still feels the love” from Gunners’ chiefs.

Arsenal fans are planning a protest against Unai Emery during tonight’s Europa League clash with Eintracht Frankfurt

Wolves manager Nuno Espirito Santo is bookies favourite to take over from the 48-year-old and Emery is favourite to be the next Premier League manager sacked.

Arsenal sit eighth in the table and have just two wins from their last 11 league games.

And supporters are going to protest against their manager tonight, according to well known Arsenal fan Layth.

But while many fans are in agreement with the action, Layth was quick to remind Arsenal supporters he thinks the board are the problem.

He tweeted: “I understand there will be a protest during the game aimed at faltering Arsenal boss Emery.

“While I 100% agree with the fact he’s proved he’s not the man to take the club forward please avoid personal abuse aimed at a decent man as the real fault lies with the board #WeCareDoYou.”

One fan tweeted his agreement and said: “100% Layth completely agree, he’s not the man to take us forward by any means.

“However no one deserves abuse especially when you get an opportunity from a big club that asks for your services.

“I”m sorry it didn’t work out and wish him well for the future.”

However, Pilgs does not think protesting is the way to go and posted: “I dont agree with a protest, writing is on the wall, the results and performances say enough, just a matter of time.

“I think were just waiting for a new manager to be lined up before the trigger is pulled.”

Another user weighed in with: “I firstly hope they dont do it near me and secondly I was under the impression nobody was actually attending. So another Twitter ****** then. Lies, rubbish and clickbait.”

And Joe Sloe simply added: “He’s getting sacked, no protest needed.”

Things have got so bad for Emery at Arsenal, he recently had to cancel a “masterclass” university lecture after he was bombarded with online abuse from the students.

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