Date: 16th July 2019 at 6:36am
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A letter sent to Arsenal’s board has been doing the rounds online as supporters’ groups, bloggers and publications signed a plea to the hierarchy, putting pressure on owner Stan Kroenke to improve the state of the club.

Plenty of fans have got involved in adding to the initial signatories of the letter, which highlights the feeling of marginalisation between the ownership and the supporters, while also opposing the potential creation of a European Super League.

Fans have been reacting to the release, headed by the hashtag #WeCareDoYou, which was trending in the United Kingdom throughout Monday. An accompanying petition had reached 30,000 signatures by yesterday afternoon.

But despite the action from organisations and fans, there was a split amongst the fanbase that highlighted the desire for things to be better at Arsenal, and displayed scepticism over the effect the appeal to the club’s board will have in the long run.

With the club facing a third successive year in the Europa League, it is hoped that this fan-led plea to overturn the ‘[decline] over the past decade’ will lead to some sort of change – though not everyone remains convinced: