Arsenal went under the full ownership of KSE, a Stan Kroenke company a few years ago and the supporters of the North London club have been very disappointed in them as the club has continued its downfall. Arsenal have now spent five years with no UEFA Champions League football and have certainly not been in any title race hence fans getting disappointed with their ownership.
Arsenal supporters have for long shown their dissatisfaction with their current owners and they were a few days ago once again unhappy with a decision made by the club’s leaders when they decided to fully participate in the creation of The European Super League. Arsenal held their fan’s forum on Thursday and the club’s top leaders including director Josh Kroenke took part in it to face the supporters and as expected, the leaders of the North London club were criticised for joining the Super League.
The Arsenal supporters did not only criticize them for that but Josh Kroenke was also asked whether KSE had any thoughts of selling the club but he however answered, claiming that they were not thinking about that and that they considered themselves to be the best people for the job at the moment.
“I believe we are fit to carry on in our position as custodians of Arsenal. We were put in a very difficult position by forces outside of the club. We have the same plans for summer that we had several weeks ago and I’m still excited about those.” Josh Kroenke told Arsenal fans in the fan’s forum.
Arsenal through their director Josh Kroenke also fully apologized for their involvement in the creation of the European Super League but it’s however believed that the supporters are planning a protest against them on Friday.