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Arsenal Board Addresses Fans In "Fractious" Shareholders Meeting
Published October 25, 2012
Gazidis told the group that the club is "well-positioned to take advantage of new spending rules being introduced next year" by UEFA. Gazidis added that Arsenal is "two years away from competing financially with major soccer clubs" as the team "signs more valuable sponsorship contracts" (BLOOMBERG NEWS, 10/25).