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‘Enough is enough’ – These Arsenal fans on Twitter unite behind #KroenkeOut campaign

Will Jones

Many Arsenal fans on Twitter have been using the #KroenkeOut campaign to voice their frustrations with the owner.

In 2018, Stan Kroenke became the sole owner of Arsenal. The first 100% owner in the Gunners’ long history. The 71-year-old first invested in the club in 2007, and over the following decade he slowly increased his holdings. The American tycoon became the largest shareholder in May 2009.

Arsenal are far from the only sporting team Kroenke has an investment in. He also owns American football side LA Rams, lacrosse team Colorado Mammoth, MLS outfit Colorado Rapids, NBA club Denver Nuggets, NHL side Colorado Avalanche and eSports team LA Gladiators. 

It is clear that Kroenke will not invest his personal wealth into Arsenal’s transfer funds. The north London club must therefore operate on a self-sustaining model. Additionally, Kroenke was not present in Baku to watch Unai Emery’s side contest the Europa League final. 

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Many Arsenal fans feel disillusioned with Kroenke’s ownership and want him out of the club. However, the founder of Kroenke Sports & Entertainment seems unlikely to want to move on anytime soon. 

However, some of the Emirates Stadium faithful are now actively trying to drive Kroenke out. The #KroenkeOut campaign was recently trending on Twitter.

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