A section of Arsenal fans unfurled a banner at the end of the 4-0 FA Cup win over Hull City on Tuesday evening, imploring manager, Arsene Wenger, to quit the club.
The Gunners kept their dream of an FA Cup treble, thanks to braces from Olivier Giroud and Theo Walcott.
However, it was also their first win in six matches in all competitions, and with Arsenal now eight points behind leaders Leicester City in the Barclays Premier League title race and heading for a Champions League exit at the hands of Barcelona, fans have grown restless in recent weeks.
Many supporters have voiced their displeasure during recent games, and despite such a comfortable win against the Tigers, a banner reading “Arsene thanks for the memories but it’s time to say goodbye” was displayed after the final whistle at the KC Stadium.
Club legend, Thierry Henry, is already being touted to become the next manager of the North London club.
But Wenger himself has other pressing issues to worry about after three of his first team players were injured in the clash with the Championship side.
The Frenchman who suffered similar protest in a Premier League game against West Brom two years ago, was left in “shock” after Per Mertesacker, Aaron Ramsey and Gabriel Paulista joined his long injury list.
“I’m a bit under shock,” Wenger told BT Sport after the match.
“We lost our two centre-backs and after that we lost Ramsey.
“Mertesacker is not serious, just a bit of concussion. Gabriel looks alright, Ramsey I am a bit more concerned about. It is a muscular [one], a thigh injury.”
Next up for Wenger’s depleted Gunners is a clash with Watford in the quarter-finals of the competition on Sunday.