‘Wenger out’ campaign hits Zimbabwe as Protesters march to end Mugabe rule





People cheer a passing Zimbabwe Defense
The ‘Wenger out’ campaign appears to get stronger with every disappointing Arsenal season. And it seems a spot of political turmoil in southern Africa wasn’t going to stop some Gooners from getting their opinions across. Today’s north London derby may have inspired the hilariously crude cardboard sign that appeared next to a half-naked man with his arms in the air.

People carry placards and react during a demonstration demanding the resignation of Zimbabwe's president on November 18, 2017 in Harare. Zimbabwe was set for more political turmoil November 18 with protests planned as veterans of the independence war, activists and ruling party leaders called publicly for President Robert Mugabe to be forced from office. / AFP PHOTO / Jekesai NJIKIZANAJEKESAI NJIKIZANA/AFP/Getty Images People carry placards and react during a demonstration demanding the resignation of Zimbabwe’s president on November 18, 2017 in Harare. Zimbabwe was set for more political turmoil November 18 with protests planned as veterans of the independence war, activists and ruling party leaders called publicly for President Robert Mugabe to be forced from office.

It popped up among the thousands of protesters taking to the streets of Zimbabwe’s capital Harare, as they celebrated the end of an era in their country.