ARSENAL fans continued their campaign against owner Stan Kroenke by calling for him to leave during the friendly win over Bayern Munich.
Gunners supporters joined forces last week to pen an open letter to their American custodian asking if he cared about the club as much as they do.
1 Arsenal fans were heard chanting We Want Kronke Out during the win over Bayern MunichCredit: AP:Associated Press
Their much publicised stance drew a response from Kroenke's son Josh, who suggested the fans should stick to doing what they do best – supporting the team.
But the protests against the billionaire continued in Los Angeles overnight during the clash with Bayern, which Arsenal won 2-1.
A significant number of the sell-out 27,000 crowd could be heard chanting "We want Kroenke out".
Members of the Kroenke family are understood to have been in the LA Galaxy stadium, in the city where they own the Rams NFL ffranchise.
There is growing anger among the Arsenal fan-base at what they perceive to be a lack of investment in the playing squad at the Emirates.
There was already a huge disappointment at the way Unai Emery's side limped through last season and failed to finish in the top four.
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Failure to qualify for the Champions League was bad enough, and exposed how far behind their rivals they are in terms of squad quality in the Premier League.
But since then it has emerged that Emery is operating on a strict financial budget that means he cannot even try to compete for the top players around the world.
Instead the philosophy has turned to trying to spot players with potential and bring them through – a long term project that is likely to see the side struggle to compete in the short term.