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LONDON (AP) Inside Arsenal's match-day program was a cardboard cut-out of Arsene Wenger; a memento for visiting Monaco fans of their former manager. But not many Arsenal fans will want that model perching on their desks after a timid 3-1 loss in the Champions League on Wednesday.
Booing at the final whistle was a demonstration of the impatience toward Wenger, whose only titles in the past decade are two FA Cups.
Even Monaco's ruler, Prince Albert, felt Wenger's pain. After celebrating with his entourage on the London pitch, the prince said: "I'm sort of sad for him."