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Mascot, after 27 years of hate: So Mesut Ozil wants to save the “gunner saurus”

Ex-national soccer player Mesut Özil wants to take on the salary of the mascot of Arsenal London. The club of 31-Year-old had the “gunner saurus” a couple of days of extinction. The Fans are pissed off.

After the quarrels about his role at Arsenal was to become the last Özil quiet around Mesut. The former national player was in the concept of Trainer Mikel Arteta last, at most, a minor role and is sometimes not even in the squad. On Tuesday, the 31-Year-old is likely to have reached a profoundly human gesture, the hearts of many football fans.

Via Twitter, stated that Özil ready to take on the salary of a certain Jerry Quy. The man’s 27 years in the costume of the legendary gunner saurus, the mascot of the London clubs. The announced in August, to 55 employees, released a few days ago, number 56, the mascot followed. And not only the Arsenal Fans were up in arms against this supposed saving measure. Especially because just a few days ago a million transfer bagged and the media was effectively presented.

Özil takes on salary for the “big green boy”

“I am very sad that Jerry Quy, known as our great mascot “gunner saurus” and an integral part of our club, was abolished after 27 years,” tweeted Ozil on Tuesday afternoon. He offered to pay the salary of “our big green boy”, as long as he was playing for Arsenal. Almost half a Million Users “embraced” the fan-favourite midfielder for. Almost 100,000 comments were received within a few hours, taking a picture with the Flag-waving mascot of a.

The Fans of FC Arsenal are pissed off at the club management and US billionaire Stan the, the, the Team for 2018. Not only because the mascot was scrapped. On 5. In October, almost simultaneously with the expulsion of the gunner saurus, presented the club’s midfielder Thomas Partey, a new arrival from Atlético Madrid. 50 million euros transferred to London, where it was in August financially supposedly so bad for the 27-year-old Ghanaians. “I was never so pissed at my club,” writes a Fan. Another calculates that the fired employee cost annually is about three millions of Euro. Partey to earn 275.000 euros per week. “The owners did not want to pay these people,” he said.

Source: Twitter

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