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Some Arsenal fans are far from happy after seeing they’ve dropped out of the list of the 10 most valuable football clubs in the world according to KPMG’s annual report.

KPMG, each year, assess the most valuable football teams on the planet, and while Arsenal have been a mainstay in the top ten, they’ve now dropped out of that elite group.

Indeed, Arsenal are out of the top 10, but it’s by no means a disaster.

The Gunners still place 11th on the list, making them one of the most valuable teams around, but as you can imagine, the fanbase still went into meltdown after hearing this news.

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It’s not all that surprising to see how Arsenal fans reacted to hearing this. After all, there’s a lot of disdain for the owners at the moment, and they took their opportunity to once again place the blame on Stan Kroenke.

To be fair, Kroenke has done a poor job, but we can’t help but feel that almost half a decade without Champions League football is the biggest contributing factor here.

Here’s what the Arsenal fanbase have been saying about this report on social media…

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