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“Back to What?” Arsenal Fans Angry After The Club Tweeted This Ahead of Their Game Against West Brom

Arsenal are set to play West Bromwich Albion in the Premier League match today, Sunday, May 9th at Emirates Stadium. They will be looking to get 3 vital points against the relegation-threatened side that will help them climb up to the eighth position.

The club's supporters were unhappy with the club after they tweeted a video of Kieran Tierney's superb goal against today's opponents, the Hawthorns that he scored when the two last met.

The video was captioned 'Back to it' was met with anger from fans who felt the club weren't considerate of their feelings after a series of poor results from the Mikel Arteta led side.

The Gunners were knocked out of the Europa League semifinals by Villarreal on Thursday last week. The defeat meant Arsenal will be having no chance of playing in Europe next season as they are currently 10th with and zero probability of getting to the top 6.

The club's supporters have recently called for a change of guard in the ownership of the club with some of them feeling Stan Kroenke isn't the answer to Arsenal problems.

Furthermore, their involvement in the European Super League forced the fans to storm the club's stadium carrying placards calling for the resignation of Billionaire Kroenke.

However, Spotify CEO Daniel Ek has shown interest in taking the club and is ready to invest a lot of money to see the club reclaim its lost glory.

Here are fans reaction towards the tweet:

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