Arsenal's chairman feels left out of the decision-making process and considers resigning 

25 November 2019

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Photo: Getty Images As a life-long Arsenal fan, Sir Keswick succeeded Peter Hill-Wood as chairman in 2013 and recently proposed David O'Leary's candidacy for the board, only to be knocked down.

Sir Chips Keswick, Arsenal's chairman, is reportedly considering resignation from his position. 

With the major decisions being made by the football operations hierarchy, Sir Keswick feels left out of the decision-making process. 

Christian Fomsgaard Jensen cfj@offthepitch.com

With Arsenal exhibiting another dismal performance on the pitch, drawing at home against Southampton on Saturday, matters are not looking much better off the pitch either: Sir Chips Keswick, the club's chairman, reportedly considers tendering his resignation.  

According to the Athletic, the 79-year-old former banker, feeling unable to participate in any meaningful decision-making at the club, is struggling to come to terms with the blame nonetheless directed at the Arsenal board. 

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