Arsenal fans launch massive protest at Emirates Stadium after failed Super League

Ryan Young
·Writer
·2 min read

Just like their Manchester United counterparts on Thursday, Arsenal fans are still livid over the attempted European Super League — and they’re taking it out on team owner Stan Kroenke.

Arsenal fans launched a massive protest outside of Emirates Stadium in London on Friday ahead of their 1-0 loss to Everton with a pretty clear objective. They want Kroenke gone.

Arsenal fans protest against owner Stan Kroenke over the failed Super League
Arsenal fans during a protest against the club's owner Stan Kroenke over the failed Super League ahead of the Premier League match between Arsenal and Everton outside Emirates Stadium on April 23, 2021 in London, England. (James Williamson - AMA/Getty Images)

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Kroenke first got involved with Arsenal in 2007, and then purchased the club outright in 2018. He also owns the Los Angeles Rams, Denver Nuggets, Colorado Avalanche and Colorado Rapids.

Arsenal, like the other five Premier League teams, has withdrawn from the proposed Super League after harsh criticism from players, fans and the governing bodies of the sport. Much of the heat is falling on the clubs’ American owners, too — like Kroenke, Liverpool’s John Henry and Manchester United’s Joel Glazer.

Arsenal fans’ protest on Friday was similar to what Manchester United fans did on Thursday. A group of fans blocked entrances to the team’s facility as players and staff arrived, and about 20 fans actually broke into the facility and protested on the pitch.

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Though the Super League is essentially dead, fans clearly are still extremely angry.

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