“Drobo, Drobo,” the khal – sorry, the call – went from the stands.
Serge Gnabry joined Werder Bremen from Arsenal in the summer transfer window.
The Serbian has been struggling for first-team football in Germany.
Arsene Wenger is renowned for his trust in young players, so why he allowed Serge Gnabry to leave after singing his praises remains a mystery.
The Austrian has slipped down the pecking order at White Hart Lane.
HITC has ranked the top 50 players at Euro 2016. Coming in at Number 13 is Germany's Mesut Ozil.
The Werder Bremen defender reportedly wants a Bundesliga stay.
The Danish international has impressed in German football.
The final instalment of the 2015-16 season offered an instructive tale of two pitch invasions, at either end of the table and Germany.
The Austrian went to watch his former team win 6-2 in a relegation six-pointer.