Protesting Arsenal fans turn on chief executive Gazidis

Arsenal fans turned up the heat on chief executive Ivan Gazidis during protests before defeat to Swansea City.

Arsenal fans turned up the heat on chief executive Ivan Gazidis during protests before defeat to Swansea City.

The Mail on Sunday says the Black Scarf Movement (BSM), a supporters' protest group, gathered outside the stadium before the match to stage a vocal protest march to the ground.

Fans held aloft banners reading: 'Ivan Gazidis - What the f*** do you do?' and 'Let's kick greed out of football.'

The Movement are protesting against escalating ticket prices, the composition of the club's board - including the role of chief executive Gazidis - and a lack of silverware for seven years.

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