MLS: ‘Wenger Out’ Campaign Goes Global As Solitary Sign Spotted In Crowd At Minnesota United Match (Photo)

Chris Wright

13th, March 2017



Sunday proved to be a glum old day for the 35,000 or so hardy Minnesota United fans that braved the freezing snow to attend their side’s MLS game against Atlanta United.

Minnesota wound up on the wrong end of a 6-1 battering from a newly-formed team that had only played one previous competitive match in their entire history.

As such, it was left to the home fans to create their own entertainment in order to stave off the frostbite – which this geezer duly did by staging his own, one-man anti-Arsene Wenger protest…


Photo: @MnNiceFC/Twitter

4,000 miles away on the other side of the world and poor old Arsene still can’t catch a moment’s peace.

It’s embarrassing, sure, but still comfortably way off being the most cringe-inducing ‘Wenger Out’ effort we’ve seen in recent days.

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  1. usrick says:

    It should be noted that Minnesota United are also new to MLS, the Atlanta United match being just the second contest for each side.

    • A Nonny Moose says:

      I wish they’d come up with better names in MLS though… As much as I can’t stand the origin of my Galaxy’s name, it’s at least locally meaningful.

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