On Monday, images of ‘Wenger Out’ spay-painted onto Ken Friar Bridge outside the Emirates emerged on social media.

It hasn’t taken long for the Wenger Out Brigade to show themselves up this season. On Monday, they’d already spray-painted their slogan on Ken Friar Bridge near the Emirates. Although they forget the hashtag at the beginning.

Interesting… you’d think that spray-painting it in red would have made more of an impact…

The graffiti appeared the day after Arsenal lost embarrassingly to Liverpool at Anfield, shipping four goals and looking as if they’d rather be playing for any other team, under any other manager on the planet.

The Gunners’ also lost their game last week away to Stoke and only narrowly beat Leicester on the opening day of the season 4-3, giving Arsene Wenger’s side just three points out of a possible nine.

Combine this with the fact that the club doesn’t appear to be strengthening at all after signing Sead Kolasinac for free and Alexandre Lacazette for £52m earlier in the transfer window, as well as the rumours that they seem to be selling a few players without replacing them, and fan unrest is at an all-time high not even a month into the new season.

While I don’t agree with graffiti, since I’m not entirely sure this is the best way for fans to get their point across without seeming like disrespectful idiots, most people seem to realise that Wenger’s time at Arsenal in up and that the club handing him a new two-year deal was a mistake.