Due to their collective and ranklack of perspective, a group of fans were planning to fly an 'anti-Arsene Wenger' banner over Arsenal's game against West Brom this coming Saturday afternoon.
A crowdfunding campaign was used to raise the £2,500 necessary to stage the aerial protest, which included the hiring of a plane, the printingof a huge"Wenger Out: No New Contract" banner and an assortment of boards, balloons and beach balls to wave about in the crowd at the Hawthorns.
With speculation over Alexis Sanchez semi-immediate future coming to the fore again recently, a group of intrepid Arsenal fans are taking steps to persuade the Chilean that he has found himself a loving home at the Emirates.
Indeed, fan group REDaction are seekingto tug on Sanchez's heart strings by producing a couple of banner tributes to the two things he holds above everything else in this world: his dogs, Atom and Humber.
Better from Arsenal, Perfect from the fans by KM It was a fine weekend for the Arsenal family. After the disappointment of last weeks result vs Man Utd. we really needed that win, and unlike the Swansea game we were ready to defend for it. It was scrappy, we got lucky with the bar and [...]
Over the past few days news has been circulating that some 'supporters' have planned to fly a plane with a 'Moyes Out' banner. Previously just a mere rumour the idea of doing such a thing has gained a lot of steam particularly after the 0-3 derby drubbing to Manchester City. Today pictures have been released of the very plane and the very banner that is meant to fly over Old Trafford at the the beginning of the game vs Aston Villa.
Spotted at Stamford Bridge last night, it seems like several Manchester United fans got creative with their Crayolas...
United fans also pledged their support for referee Mark Clattenburg, who is currently the subject of an FA and police investigation after Chelsea accused him of using racial slurs against John Obi Mikel after losing to United in the league on Sunday.
Building a new perch Cheeky Liverpool fans got some revenge for the Anfield 'MUFC 19 TIMES' banner
which was applauded by Sir Alex Ferguson by leaving a banner of their own outside the Manchester
United manager's house. Fergie's route onto the road outside his Cheshire mansion was temporarily
blockaded by a sign reminding [.
Yes, supporter groups copy each other, so it isn't surprising to see Chelsea supporters displaying
a banner reminiscent of a Liverpool banner at Sunday's Chelsea-Liverpool match at Stamford Bridge.
After all, Fernando Torres was in a Liverpool kit just last week and now he's in Chelsea blue
facing his old team from the north.
Borussia Monchengladbach wereknocked out of the DFB Pokal semi-finals on Tuesday night after losing on penaltiesagainst Eintracht Frankfurt on their own turf.
However, the real drama came before kick-off when Gladbach ultra group Sottocultura revealed that the enormous pre-match choreo they had been planning to perform had been scuppered by the club's cleaning service.
Claudio who? Leicester City fans saluted theirnew hero ahead of last night's Champions League second-legger against Sevilla with an enormous banner unfurled in the stand behind the goal at the King Power Stadium.
It depicted Ranieri's replacement, Craig Shakespeare, fully suited and riding into battleon the back of a giant rottweiler.
Western Sydney Wanderers have issued banning orders to severalmembers of their most prominent supporters' group after an offensive banner was unfurled during last week's feisty derby encounter against Sydney FC.
In fact, Wanderers confirmed that 14 members of their Red and Black Bloc (RBB) fan group have beengiven 18-month stadium bans for their parts in organising and performing the mini-tifo in question.
While he may have only played a bit part in New York Cosmos' 4-0 trouncing of FC Miami over the weekend, midfielder Danny Szetela still emerged from the game with the most impressive stat of all: a 100% proposal conversion rate.
Indeed, immediately after the final whistle, Szetela took his girlfriend out onto the pitch and, with an assist from his cronies in the terraces, got down on one knee and popped the question.
As you'll no doubt be aware, Rangers are currently in administration to the
tune of a Â£50-odd million tax bill and, safe to say, Celtic are bloody loving it hence this
impressively large HMRC banner, that was unfurled during the Bhoys' 5-0 spanking of Hibernian at
Easter Road on Saturday.
Seems like the apology worked as it's been confirmed by the Spanish FA that Real Madrid
bottom-feeder Pepe won't be punished for stamping on Lionel Messi's hand during the most recent El
Clasico tie last week not that the Real Madrid fans themselves are quite so ready to forgive and
ATHENS, Greeceâ€” Fans of the Greek team Panathinaikos chased players off their home field and
pelted them with objects Saturday following a surprising loss. They also attacked the VIP stands,
causing widespread damage. After Panathinaikos was beaten 1-0 by newcomer Volos in the Greek
league, fans surged onto the field at Olympic Stadium and players [.