Arsenal fans have been blasting the club’s board after details of a statement made at a staff meeting were revealed.
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According to Mark Irwin of the Telegraph, Raul Sanllehi and Vinai Venkatesham met with staff to highlight the fears over the club’s current run of form.
The two senior figures expressed their disappointment over the side’s recent results, before reassuring the staff that Unai Emery had their full support.
Arsenal have been in free-fall after winning two of their opening three Premier League games, with the north London giants having won just two of their last nine games leaving them a staggering eight points off fourth-placed Manchester City.
The supporters haven’t enjoyed the best of relationships with the senior figures in charge of running the club, with fans having heckled the board during a question and answer sessions back in July (via Gunners Town)
Fans weren’t pleased with the statement made by Sanllehi and Venkatesham during a meeting as they took to Twitter to vent their frustrations.
Here is a selection of tweets from the north London faithful:
They can’t be as disappointed as us because if so Emery would be unemployed
— Jalen 99 (@1999Jalen) November 11, 2019
That last paragraph they’ll be in for a rude awakening come Southampton
— James Stacey (@___James14) November 11, 2019
— Thanos 🇬🇷 (@_thxnos) November 11, 2019
With each passing day you can see why Barca got rid of Don-key Raul..
— Emzel (@Emzyl23) November 11, 2019
That’s very disappointing. I’ve never felt so strongly about a correct decision. Unai has to go
— Julian (@JH4AFC) November 11, 2019
Frauds, the lot of them.
— Kash (@Kash_Pathan) November 11, 2019
Clueless board @Arsenal. Are they waiting for fans to boycott the stadium?
— David Mativo (@Davidmuindemati) November 11, 2019
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