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Kroenke and Venkatesham offer grovelling apology to Arsenal fans over ESL plan

Josh Kroenke and Chief Executive Vinai Venkatesham have spoken out on Arsenal's involvement in the European Super League project. The pair addressed disgruntled supporters at a fans' forum on Thursday, which started with both men fronting up to the situation. 'Those who know me know I care about this club, it was really tough, we have to repair, we made mistakes', Venkatesham began. Kroenkie echoed the sentiment, continuing: 'I am here today to talk, and I echo Vinai’s comments. Leadership is about recognising when you are wrong, correcting and apologising. 'We asked ourselves, what is worse : ESL, or ESL without Arsenal? Also asked ourselves what do the fans want? Josh Kroenke, son of...
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