The march was apparently sparked by Arsenal's dismal 5-1 trouncing at the hands of Bayern Munich, in which Sanchez cut an isolated figure throughout.
Thousands of football supporters in Chile intend to take to the streets and demand that Alexis Sanchez leave Arsenal for the good of his career.
Over 6,000 users of the social network site had replied that they planned to attend a protest on March 1, with another 7,400 saying there were "interested" in the event.
An event created has been posted on Facebook with the title "National protest so that Alexis Sanchez leaves Arsenal" - with his future at the Emirates Stadium still up in the air.
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If Smith does end up getting arrested it will throw a monkey wrench into his plans to be reinstated by the league. If police find reason to believe Smith committed a crime, the team would likely cut ties with Smith soon after.
"The Chilean people are exhausted to see one of our stars working by himself so his team could move ahead".
Sanchez has earned a reputation as one of the Premier League's top attacking players since his arrival at Arsenal from Barcelona in the summer of 2014.
According to The Sun, Steve Bould, assistant to Arsene Wenger at the club, slammed a water bottle against a wall in the Arsenal dressing room in the aftermath of their heartbreaking and demoralising defeat.
The truth is that we don't give a [FUN] where he would play, we just want to see him fighting alongside another 10 [players] to get results.
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Tess was the last person to wear this antique lace gown when she married husband Alfred Newall , 30, in June 2016. She said she still planned to have the dress cleaned, but probably at a lace specialist in London .
Arsenal travel to Sutton for the FA Cup fifth round next, in what can reasonably be described as their last remaining chance of a trophy this season.
Today's papers in England all suggest Sanchez has told Arsenal he wants to move on at the end of the season.
With no sign of a new deal being signed, it is increasingly likely that Sanchez may be seeking pastures new come the end of the season.
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But he's not upset, he said, crediting an economy that remained strong compared to many other areas of the province and country. He's also concerned about what the growth trends mean for the "inner suburbs" - places such as Etobicoke and Scarborough.