• Around 3,000 fans outside stadium before Everton game
  • ‘We should all be very proud of what we’re doing’

Several thousand Arsenal fans have protested outside the Emirates Stadium in response to their club’s attempt to enter the doomed European Super League, calling vociferously for the Kroenke family to step aside as owners.

Arsenal have been heavily implicated in the extraordinary events of the past five days, leading to apologies from the director Josh Kroenke and the chief executive, Vinai Venkatesham. But those have done little to quell supporters’ anger at their willingness to sign up to the scheme and a vocal crowd, estimated to number 3,000, gathered in front of the ground before the team’s Premier League match against Everton.

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