A pair of Chelsea fans have defiled the statue of Arsenal legend Tony Adams, with the two classless supporters snapped celebrating the Blues’ Premier League title win in front of the effigy – with a Chelsea flag draped over our former captain.
The image can be seen below, with the two men clearly having nothing better to do than to taunt us and attempt to provoke a reaction from Arsenal fans.
This isn’t the first time Chelsea fans have lashed out at us this season, and it’s not the first time they have defaced our statues.
Earlier in the campaign, our London rivals covered the Arsenal sign outside the Emirates so that it read “Chelsea”.
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They also distastefully vandalised the Herbert Chapman statue, once again showing that they have no class whatsoever.
There is a simple explanation as to why they have been acting this way, and it’s that they are scared of us. We have become a far more complete team recently, and are beginning to look like we are capable of challenging for the highest honours once again. Chelsea fans are clearly aware that it won’t be long before we’re back on top, and are therefore lashing out and putting us down while they still have the chance.