Now we have the laughable "Wexit" banner that may be a new low in the realms of football protests, with the protesters making their voices heard as they marched to Emirates Stadium ahead of Arsenal's FA Cup quarter-final against Lincoln.
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Wenger said on Thursday that fans' opinion will be a factor when he decides whether to stay on, while club chairman Sir Chips Keswick issued a statement that a decision will be taken "mutually" and communicated "at the right time".
Despite leaking further goals to lead to their heaviest defeat at the Emirates Stadium, Wenger maintains he felt it was right to push on in the hope of achieving a miracle.
That is nearly enough fans to fill their entire home stadium - and they have been making their presence felt in London.
The Edward Lear pub in Islington was renamed The Lincoln Imp for the day, while Covent Garden station was forced to close due to smoke from flares set off by fans travelling to the game. "Use Leicester Sq or Holborn tube instead #TeamLincoln".
"We found it tough in the second half, we were playing against world-class players but when they scored on the edge of half-time it was always going to be hard, they got a lot of confidence", said Cowley.
In a statement that was published to the club's website, he said: "We are fully aware of the attention now focused on the club and understand the debate". We want to be us, that's very important to us. The importance of the FA Cup to Arsenal's season is obvious.
The cup run has seen Lincoln City make a lot of friends, but it has also helped generate a lot of revenue that will go towards building a stronger club for years to come.
"We were disappointed to concede that first goal, we got a little bit passive and we needed to be a bit more aggressive, but this is not the time for criticism. That sums up the job", Wenger told his pre-match press conference. We have a good united and determined group.
"The team was unjustifiably criticised for our last game against Bayern Munich because we had an outstanding game".
'I haven't decided yet on Mesut, he still felt not too well after the game.
And more importantly, Arsenal is now in the semi-final round of the FA Cup, and thus still has a reasonable chance at collecting at least one major trophy this season, not to mention their third FA Cup in four years.
"I think there's a one in a thousand chance for us", said Cowley.