Arsenal fans protest against owner Kroenke
26 April 2021 | 11:00 am
Around 2,000 Arsenal fans protest prior to their team's Premier League match with Everton, registering once again their distaste for the club's owner Stan Kroenke after the European Super League fiasco. "We want our voices to be heard, we want to have a say in how the club is being run," says one demonstrator.
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