I think the hierarchy at the club do not care about the disgruntled supporters or much else other than their profit margins, share prices and dividends. Even our power to boycott has been diminished as at an average of £55 per (based on my season ticket price) we are unlikely to boycott many games in protest. We could of course give up our season tickets but then they would be bought up by more AKB idiots giving Arsene even more power, if that is at all possible. Bottom line is they don't care.
It may also interest you all to know that I am in the process of writing a letter to Arsenal to complain that they did not visit the Whittington Hospital's children's ward and day care centre at Christmas, as in previous years. This year's visit was cancelled on the day due to the snow (I thought they all drove 4 x 4's - Sheila, Hospital Play Specialist) with a promise that they would reschedule ASAP. Surprise surprise no visit was made. Having spent Christmas day in hospital with my son I know what a difference it made to the children and parents for Santa to visit each child with gifts (actually three different Santa's appeared throughout the day with presents) The nurses, and doctors not only carried out their duties but brought a bag of toys for the children and spent time playing with the children. Even some children from a local church group came to give out sweets. Meanwhile Arsenal Football Club couldn't be bothered to send a few players up during December or January. Still I suppose being driven to the local hospital for an hour's visit would be too much strain on them given all the hard work they do each and every day for the pittance in renumeration they receive.
On the other hand we could tell The Arsenal: PLEASE ACCEPT MY RESIGNATION. I DON'T WANT TO BELONG TO ANY CLUB THAT WILL ACCEPT PEOPLE LIKE ME AS A MEMBER (Groucho Marx)