Time for Arsene Wenger to go?

Published 1314 GMT (2114 HKT) February 16, 2017
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Arsene Wenger endured a torrid night in Germany as his Arsenal side lost 5-1 to Bayern Munich in the first leg of its European Champions League last 16 tie. The Frenchman is under pressure from the club's fans to call it a day after 21 years at the club. CHRISTOF STACHE/AFP/AFP/Getty Images
Arsenal went in level at halftime but after defender Laurent Koscielny went off injured it conceded three goals in ten minutes -- two scored by Thiago Alcantara -- and eventually slumped to a heavy defeat which all but ends its chances of progressing. Marc Mueller/Bongarts/Getty Images
The 5-1 reverse mirrored Arsenal's last visit to Bayern's Allianz Arena in last season's group stages. Although Arsenal did recover from that reverse to reach the final 16 last year, they were eliminated after being convincingly beaten 5-1 on aggregate by Spanish champions Barcelona. ODD ANDERSEN/AFP/Getty Images
Arsenal has just two FA Cup triumphs to show for its last 11 seasons with fans demanding better in both the Premier League and Champions League. Arsenal was pipped to the EPL title by Leicester City last year. CHRISTOF STACHE/AFP/AFP/Getty Images
An increasing number of supporters have called on Wenger to quit, this fan making his feelings clear after Arsenal's recent 3-1 defeat to Premier League leaders Chelsea. The Gunners are 10 points behind its London rival and look set to go a 12th year without winning the title. IAN KINGTON/AFP/Getty Images
Two of Arsenal's star players -- Chilean striker Alexis Sanchez (pictured above) and Germany midfielder Mesut Ozil -- are yet to extend their contracts and Wenger is in the same boat. A two-year extension to his deal remains unsigned, with his future even more uncertain due to recent results. CHRISTOF STACHE/AFP/AFP/Getty Images