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Arsenal is a massive football club, but there’s one thing even bigger than it: #WengerOut. The hashtag has become something of a global meme since it began as a way for fans to show displeasure towards their long standing manager’s, Arsene Wenger, tactics.
While Wenger finally left the club before the 2018/19 season began, he was replaced by Spanish manager Unai Emery. But it seems that Arsenal fans just can’t find a manager they like.
Because memes never die, but rather evolve, #EmeryOut began trending across Twitter on Sunday evening as Arsenal lost its first match of the season to Manchester City.
— Digby’s Ghost (@RIP_Digby) August 12, 2018
— Olly Hawkins (@Olly_Hawk) August 12, 2018
Arsenal fans July 2018: Emery is an amazing manager. He’s just what we need.
Arsenal fans August 2018: Some of Emery’s decisions are baffling but he needs time.
Arsenal fans September 2018: #EmeryOut
— Jay (@RFFH) August 12, 2018
— Home Ground (@homegroundfooty) August 12, 2018
It’s a tough life managing a football club.
And yes, people wasted no time creating Twitter accounts dedicated to the Spaniard’s fan-proposed sacking.
— #EmeryOUT (@EmeryOut__) August 12, 2018
The hashtag continued to trend across South Africa on Sunday night.