A section of Arsenal supporters unhappy with Arsene Wenger's management of the club have revealed their latest protest against the veteran coach.
The Gunners have lost six of their last nine outings, picking up a solitary Premier League win against Hull City in that time, leading to a number of complaints about the direction the club is currently taking.
Calls for Wenger to see his reign ended this summer have been growing in intensity, with disgruntled fans recently arranging a plane to carry a damning message over the Hawthornsduring the north London club's 3-1 loss to West Brom- "No Contract, Wenger Out".
Arsenal host Pep Guardiola's Manchester City at the Emirates Stadium on Sunday looking to rekindle the form which saw them go 20 games unbeaten earlier in the season.
The game is likely to be overshadowed, however, as fans plan to unveil yet another protest.
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Keep an eye out for this today, there are fans who have had enough and the protests will not stop (An no I'm not driving the van) pic.twitter.com/js9pNM8NhT
— Mr DT © (@MrDtAFC) April 2, 2017
A truck will be placed outside the Emirates, with the following words, once spoken by chief executive Ivan Gazidis,displayed: "Arsene is accountable to the fans.
"They ultimately make judgement. If you are seeing the relationship between the fans and the manager break down over time, that is unsustainable."
Arsenal currently sit in sixth position in the Premier League table, 19 points behind current leaders Chelsea with two games in hand.