Arsenal fans pay absolutely top whack to watch their team week in, week out – perhaps more than any other club in Europe – but the bigwigs at the Emirates are apparently still hard at work developing new ways to extract a few more quid from supporters.
On average, Gunners fans pay more than any other club in the Premier League for a season ticket, with the average price calculated at a whopping £1,014 per head.
But, apparently, that’s not quite enough to get by, so, as shown on the club’s Twitter account earlier today, you can part with even more money if you’re a Gooner by forking out for one of these flashy new key-rings – which are made from genuine match-worn shirts:
Still struggling for gift ideas?
— Arsenal FC (@Arsenal) December 13, 2016
What you’ve just seen is a Nwankwo Kanu shirt from the Arsenal Legends versus Milan Legends game in September 2016 turned it into a bunch of keyrings which they describe as ‘a celebration of Kanu’s memories at Arsenal Football Club’.
We actually quite like the technology and general idea, but wouldn’t this make a brilliant little Christmas gift for season ticket holders? Rather than actually charging £30 per key-ring?
Would you really pay thirty quid for that?