Arsenal fans have had to endure a period of change in recent months, the most significant of which saw the end of Arsene Wenger’s long spell at the Emirates Stadium and led to the appointment of Unai Emery.
Many fans got the response they wanted from the club with those changes and it lead to an expectation of split responsibility in North London, with Emery and CEO Ivan Gazidis playing a crucial part in the development of the club.
However, that is now not the case as Arsenal have confirmed that Gazidis has finally come to a decision on his future and will join AC Milan in December, ending months of speculation about his position with the Gunners.
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Gazidis’ exit is rather surprising considering the push for power he has fought for in recent years and it leaves Arsenal looking to fill another major role, which could lead to further implications later down the line.
Fans on Twitter have responded to the reports and we have gathered some of the best responses below.
End of the failure Era. Onwards & upwards. #coyg
— dc (@davidjcarri) September 18, 2018
Era of failure won’t miss him.
— Ach (@achteta8) September 18, 2018
“ Wenger is gone so I can no longer hide behind him getting the blame so I’m leaving “
— AFC DERK (@zumba__AFC) September 18, 2018
Leaving at the first chance when he actually has some power pic.twitter.com/KJfu9IjX4t
— Jack Flannigan (@JFlanniganUK) September 18, 2018
Well that’s a long message when 5 words would have done
“I left for more money”
— Peter Sexton (@PeterSexton14) September 18, 2018
Never cared about the club. Only cared about the money. Good bye .
— A W (@gunningforafc) September 18, 2018
Couldnt care less
— arsenalmad79Reloaded (@arsenalmad37) September 18, 2018
You won’t be missed
— Jess (@JessLouiseF) September 18, 2018
This guy is equally to blame for the demise or Arsenal (along with AW and the owners).
Let’s hope the owners become lucky (since they are clueless about football) and hire the right men to lead the club.
— Alex (@gooneraki) September 18, 2018