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What Josh Kroenke told Arsenal fans at surprise Emirates meetingJosh Kroenke has met with Arsenal fans and insisted the club can achieve long term success. Arsenal director Kroenke, son of the clubs billionaire owner Stan, admitted “trust will have to be earned” during a 90 minute meeting with supporters’ groups when they spoke about winning trophies and upholding the club’s traditions. It is the first time one of the Kroenk

es has met with supporters away from the club’s Annual General Meeting but it was Josh’s idea as he had flown in for the Manchester United game and has spent an increasing amount of time in London over the past couple of years. Season ticket holder Akhil Vyas, a member of the Arsenal Supporters’ Trust, said: “We’ve been calling for him and his family to engage and he was fairly honest and open which is

encouraging.” Kroenke insisted that their No.1 goal was success and silverware and believed they had the right man in Unai Emery to bring in a new era. Arsenal director Josh Kroenke spoke to Arsenal fans (Image: Arsenal FC via Getty Images) Read MoreRelated ArticlesArsenal issue apology to Chris Smalling

after Man United win They are also on the brink of confirming Monchi -

the former Sevilla and Roma director of football - as the club’s

technical director on a three year contract worth 2.5m-a-year and he would oversee the whole football side of things from academy to first team. The club’s managing director Vinai Venkatesham and director of football Raul Sanllehi said the club must be more efficient and make “hard decisi

ons,” particularly when it comes to player

contracts. That is understood to be surrounding

player deals like Aaron Ramsey who is leaving on a free transfer this summer after Arsenal withdrew a contract offer last autumn, allowing him to sign for Juventus on a lucrative deal. But in future the club insisted that they would sell players and be more ruthless and if they have two years left and will not renew then they will be sold. Arsenal are on course to finish in the top four (Image: Empics Sport) Read MoreRelated ArticlesWhat Arsenal fans chanted at United supporters after penalty award Arsenal have found themselves a hostage to fortune over a raft of big names in recent times with Ramsey, Mesut Ozil and Alexis Sanchez and are determined not to make the same mistakes again. Arsenal are likely to have only around 40m to spend this summer - that may increase slightly if they get into the to

p four - but they also insisted they will have to be clever in

the transfer market. They pointed to good value deals like Greek defender Sokratis, Lucas Torreira and Matteo Guendouzi as the template for signing

players for moderate fees but

also offering big potential. US billionaire Stan Kroenke has been criticised in the past for not engaging but few clubs held a public AGM where the owner appeared and spok

e to fans. Now that forum has gone, Josh Kroenke - tipped to be a future chairman of the club with a determination to take a hands-on role - i

s clearly determined to engage with supporters. Read MoreMirror Footballs Top StoriesTransfer News LIVESolskjaer confirms Sanchez u-turnKlopp to avoid FA Cup backlashFA Cup fifth round draw in full

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