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West Brom fans emulate their Arsenal counterparts with “Pulis Out” stunt during Grand Slam of Darts in Wolverhampton

The Wenger Out craze – started by disgruntled Arsenal fans in the vain hope of getting the club to part company with their manager (or vice versa) – went truly global.

Banners and placards were spotted in Kenya, Ethiopia, India, Thailand and Sri Lanka, as well as all across the USA, including on one of the big screens in Times Square.

Although it failed to unseat Arsene Wenger, the campaign has inspired some West Bromwich Albion supporters to protest against Tony Pulis in a similar fashion.

A Pulis Out banner was spotted at the Grand Slam of Darts

A Pulis Out banner was spotted at the Grand Slam of Darts

Many West Brom fans want Pulis sacked

Many West Brom fans want Pulis sacked. Another banner read: “Do one Tony”

Tony Pulis looked concerned as his West Brom side remain winless in 10 games

Tony Pulis looked concerned recently as his West Brom side are winless in 10 games

Two anti-Pulis posters were recently picked up by Sky Sports cameras in nearby Wolverhampton at the Grand Slam of Darts.

One read: “Do one Tony”.

Another was emblazoned with: “Pulis Out”.

Many Baggies fans are said to be underwhelmed by their style of play under Pulis, who has been in charge at the Hawthorns since 2015.

West Brom won their first three matches this season but have since gone 10 without victory in all competitions.

Pulis is under contract at West Brom until June 2019, while Wenger’s current Gunners deal is due to expire at the same time.

Arsenal fans got their Wenger Out protest on a big screen in Time Square earlier this year

Arsenal fans got their Wenger Out protest on a big screen in Times Square earlier this year

The Wenger Out tour also visited India

The Wenger Out tour also visited India

An anti-Arsene banner was spotted in Ethiopia too, although the spelling was a bit off

An anti-Arsene banner was spotted in Ethiopia too, although the spelling was a bit off

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