Arsenal have released their new away kit for the upcoming 21/22 season.
It has been released with the tagline 'Return of the Canon,' as the badge is a nod to the Gunners' 1971 double-winning campaign.
Arsenal have tapped into retro styles in recent years, and they famously wore a remake of their 'bruised banana kit' in the 19/20 season.
The shirt colour has been described as 'pearl citrine pale yellow,' and it has a navy and red trim with the famous Adidas stripes.
The new strip has earned many plaudits from Arsenal supporters online, however, many have vowed not to purchase the kit until Kroenke leaves.
"We won't be buying any new merchandise until the owners invest in our club #KroenkeOut," one fan tweeted.
"Oh, this is some b******. I want it so damn much. But I don't want to give KSE anything. Why couldn't it be hideous?! #KroenkeOut #kseout #Arsenal," another fan vented.
The sentiment was widely held across Twitter: "No matter how nice you make the kits… I can’t put more money into Kroenke’s pockets #KroenkeOut."
"Stop milking our loyalty to line your own pockets, Stan, until the cancer at the heart of the club is gone you’ll get no more financial support from me #KroenkeOut," one fan remarked in reply to the announcement.
Kroenke out calls have risen exponentially since the announcement of the European Super League, and it appears Arsenal fans are serious about wanting the mogul out of the club.
Daniel Ek looks set to launch a takeover bid, however, Kroenke has rebuffed any claims he's selling up.
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