Sometimes good things do come out of shameful episodes, and it has been wonderful to watch how the footballing community has come together to fight against the formation of the ESL this week.
It’s pretty obvious that those behind it had no idea the level of the backlash that would come their way, but the united front being shown by fans continues to get stronger.
A lot of Arsenal fans took to The Emirates tonight to protest the recent events and to demand the removal of Stan Kroenke, but it looks like even some Man United and Liverpool fans felt the need to go along and show some solidarity:
? JUST IN: Manchester United fans also joined in the Arsenal protests at the Emirates, with Green and Gold placards showing the message — "United against Greed" #mufc #mujournal pic.twitter.com/Xsvti7DPPZ
— United Journal (@theutdjournal) April 23, 2021
Thousands of #afc fans here, many banners against the loathed owner, including “Kroenke Out, Gunnersaurus In”. Some #mufc fans joining in with a green-and-gold placard reading “UNITED AGAINST GREED”. Says it all. #SuperLeague
— Henry Winter (@henrywinter) April 23, 2021
It does go to show what happens when we all work together, so hopefully we do see some positive changes as a result of this week.