It has been a tough period for football as well for Arsenal captain Pierre Aubameyang who was forced to deactivate his Twitter account temporary after getting racially abused by fans due to his silence on the ongoing division between the European super league arsenal had joined.
The Gabonese international reactivated his Twitter account and indicated emotions got the better of him which prompted his rash decisions.
"Got a bit too emotional last night. Bottom line is - yesterday was a big day for football and our fans and an even bigger day for social justice "Arsenal Captain Aubameyang.
The forward congratulated the fans and everybody who pulled together to ensure the beautiful game we love and care about does not get affected.
Arsenal fans have reacted to his message on Twitter as they welcomed their baptism back.
The fans are also planning demonstrations on Friday before Arsenal play Everton and wants club owner stan Kroenke to sell and leave the it.
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