Monday, 3 April 2017

Arsenal Football Supporters Fight Each Other inside The Emirates Stadium As Fans Argue Over Whether Manager Arsene Wenger Should Leave The Club

There is no indication over what caused the fight but it is a fractious time at the Emirates

Arsenal fans were seen fighting among themselves at the Emirates during their 2-2 draw with Manchester City today.
It is a fractious time at the North London club over the managerial situation and it appears some fans have let their frustrations get the better of them.
There is a split among supporters at the Premier League giants, with a campaign launched to get long-serving manager Arsene Wenger out of the club. 
Supporters in the home stands were caught brawling on bystanders' video in scenes reminiscent of Millwall's fans FA Cup semi-final shame from 2013, albeit on a far smaller scale. 

The group of men were seen grappling and swinging punches at each, with one even falling over his seat in the fight. 

The fight, which took place during the match was broken up and the perpetrators ejected from the stadium. There is no indication over what caused the fight. 
Arsenal proved their season still has signs of life after twice battling back to earn a 2-2 draw with their Premier League top-four rivals Manchester City.
Leroy Sane put the visitors ahead inside five minutes and Sergio Aguero restored the lead for Pep Guardiola's men just 131 seconds after Theo Walcott had levelled.
Shkodran Mustafi headed Arsenal back on terms once more with just his second goal for the Gunners, who remain sixth in the table as a result - seven points adrift of City in fourth. 

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