Tag: Sir Chips Keswick
Arsenal's chairman, Sir Chips Keswick, has retired from the club as chairman and will not be replaced.
According to the Daily Telegraph, Arsenal's chairman Sir Chips Keswick, considered handing in his resignation such is his concern at what is going on at the club with the players now no longer behind the head coach.
According to a report last week, Arsenal's chairman Sir Chips Keswick is keen to bring David O'Leary back to the club to help with 'haphazard recruitment'.
AC Milan expect Ivan Gazidis to become their new CEO in September despite a statement by Arsenal on Wednesday.
Sir Chips Keswick says Arsenal are committed to fighting for the Premier League title, but won't change their financial policy to do so.
Arsenal chairman Sir Chips Keswick says the club have an outside chance of a top four finish in the Premier League, but admits this has not been an easy campaign.
The Arsenal annual general meeting proved to be as entertaining as ever.
Sir Chips Keswick brought a swift end to the Annual General Meeting on Thursday, with shareholders still waiting to ask questions.
Arsenal chairman Sir Chips Keswick has defended the salary of chief executive Ivan Gazaidis, insisting he’s worth the money because he’s doing a good job with the Gunners.
The Arsenal Supporters' Trust are set to submit a protest vote against Sir Chips Keswick and Josh Kroenke at the Annual General Meeting on Thursday.
Arsenal have released their financial results for the 2016-17 season.
Arsenal chairman, Sir Chips Keswick, joked recently that he prefers watching racing than football at the moment.
There was a lot of fallout after Oxlade-Chamberlain left the club, Arsenal failed to complete a notable deadline day move and Alexis Sanchez nearly left for a new side.
If Arsenal fans are feeling that the club at board level don’t really seem that bothered about football, chairman Sir Chips Keswick has reportedly thrown a gallon of petrol on that fire.
Arsenal have apparently told Arsene Wenger that he can remain in charge of the Gunners for two more years if he accepts that he has to relinquish some of his power.
Some Arsenal fans are planning another protest ahead of Arsenal’s FA Cup clash with Lincoln on Saturday as they look to apply pressure to the club to remove Arsene Wenger.
Arsenal’s chairman, Sir Chips Keswick, has said that Arsenal will ‘continue to invest rationally in our squad retention,’ with some in the media claiming this is a message to Alexis Sanchez and Mesut Ozil.
Arsene Wenger, Stan Kroenke, Ivan Gazidis and Sir Chips Keswick all met with Arsenal members on Monday morning as the AGM took place.
Arsenal chairman, Sir Chips Keswick, believes that the signing of Mohamed Elneny has added to Arsenal’s squad depth and will be a benefit to...
With Barcelona memories dulling a bit, all attention has now turned towards Manchester United and our trip to Old Trafford. Arsene Wenger met with the...
Arsenal majority owner Stan Kroenke has been paid £3m by the club for a second year running, but the details on why he was...
Major shareholder, Alisher Usmanov, has invested $100m in a group of eSports companies. Vitrus.pro is the name of the project and is apparently seen as...