Arsenal’s midfielder have surprisedly liked a tweet calling for the steeping down of Arsenal’s manager, Arsene Wenger.

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, who quickly removed the like, haven’t tweeted as of press time.
It can be recalled that Arsenal was comprehensively beaten by title rivals Chelsea, which increased the call for the head of Wenger, who had been in the dugout for more than two decades.

The page where the tweet originated, ArsenalFan TV, have developed a cult following in recent seasons amassing 125,000 followers on Twitter and 325,000 subscribers on Youtube.

There’s a suggestion that the Gunner liked the tweet without without fully appreciating the message that was contained within it. 

The Arsenal manager was forced to watch the match from the Stamford Bridge stands after being served with a four-match touchline ban for pushing a fourth official during Arsenal’s 2-1 win over Burnley.
Arsene Wenger recently admitted he had not decided whether to extend his contract at Arsenal, insisting he would follow his ‘gut feeling’ on the matter.

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