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Major concern ahead of Arsenal Europa League clash




Arsenal are set to return for the second leg of their Europa League clash against BATE on Thursday and there are major concerns with the Arsenal Support Trust protesting against the kick-off time for the game.

The game which has been scheduled to kick-off at the Emirates Stadium by 5:55 pm is claimed to be too early as fans will not be able to attend due to work commitments which should be considered.

Subsequently, a letter has been allegedly sent to UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin to make their complaints known as they urge him to consider and ensure a little adjustment in the timing.

Accordant to the fans, the UEFA authorities have considered TV companies ahead of the fans, stressing that they will not in any way accept the development.

More so, the fans cannot guarantee that their tickets funds would be refunded should they fail to attend the game despite knowing that the kick-off time was not “reasonable”.

However, the North London outfit fans are desperate to see their team qualify to the next round with a sounding victory especially after they were defeated in the first leg at Belarus last week.

Should the North London outfit fail to win by 2-0 they will be out of this year’s edition.

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