The campaign to remove Arsene Wenger as Arsenal's manager has officially gone global!
It's become common place for sections of the Gunners support to hold aloft 'Wenger Out' banners at domestic fixtures, but the Frenchman must surely have not expected a backlash over 11,500 miles away.
But that was the case on Tuesday, as a 'Wenger Out' banner was spotted on the other side of the planet at the World Cup qualification fixture between New Zealand and Fiji.
Draped over a wall at the bottom of the stand, the message to the Arsenal boss, who has come under heavy scrutiny after a disappointing 2016-17 campaign, could not be clearer.
It symbolises the latest demonstration against Wenger and his management and comes a little over a week after a plane was flown over the Hawthorns during the Gunners 3-1 defeat to West Brom, urging the 67-year-old to call it quits.
Arsenal are on a run of one win in their last four matches and although they are through to the FA Cup semi-finals, the north Londoners were emphatically dumped out of the Champions League by Bayern Munich and sit in sixth in the Premier League table.