The veteran manager could be out the door in the summer, after a poor campaign so far including consecutive 5-1 thrashings to Bayern Munich in the Champions League.
But nothing will ever compare to the bloke in the video above.
“I used to live in Zimbabwe,” he says, wearing an Arsenal scarf.
“I watched Robert Mugabe ruin a country and Wenger is doing the same – he’s the Mugabe of Arsenal.”
Now, Wenger may very well have had made mistakes this season and the Gunners could potentially finish outside the Champion’s League places.
But to liken him to a notorious dictator who is accused of killing thousands of people, destroying a country’s economy, rigging elections and even dropping the life expectancy of Zimbabweans from 62 to 36 is a bit, just a bit, too much.
And the world of Twitter didn’t hold back either.
“What a tw*t. Mugabe brought financial ruin and violent deaths, Wenger performed miracles and brought stability among top ranks,” one user wrote.
Another added: “What a disgusting thing to say.”