If there's one thing that can unite people across the world in these trying times, it's the belief that Arsene Wenger should no longer be Arsenal's manager.
The "Wenger Out" movement has taken the world by storm, with supporters advocating change from South Africa to Singapore.
Now, in these days of photoshopping and computer wizardry, we can't verify that all of these are real but one thing is for sure: On social media at least, the protests have gone global!
- Eli (@ElMengem) March 28, 2017
- Alex Richards (@AA_Richards) April 2, 2017
A Wenger Out poster at WWE Raw last night ���� pic.twitter.com/mMEaOYCrXk
- FCfooty_jk (@fcfooty_jk) April 4, 2017
- #WengerOut (@_tamafc) April 4, 2017
مشجع لفريق آرسنال من الجوهرة في مباراة المنتخب السعودي و منتخب العراق، يحمل لافتة:
WENGER OUT. pic.twitter.com/YSC7M2R6wg
- قروب الموج الأزرق (@Almoj_alazra8) March 29, 2017
- Luke Thorrold (@LukeThorrold) April 4, 2017
- fayez (@FayezReneHabib) April 4, 2017
Arsenal fan spotted with a 'Wenger out' banner at Ultra Music Festival in Miami! pic.twitter.com/hNUZ1gfGfW
- TRACE Sport Stars (@TSportStars) March 28, 2017
- Nevena Nena ��⚽ (@NenaCOYG) April 4, 2017
- 101 Great Goals (@101greatgoals) April 4, 2017
- MUCHIRI NG'ANG'A (@ngashizm) April 3, 2017
- Robert (@robertpellikka) March 29, 2017
The good news is, should Wenger decide to return to Arsenal for at least another season, it seems likely a few more banners will be popping up in some of the most far-away places.
That might give the movement enough time to reach Antarctica.