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ARSENAL -Chilean football fans protest against Alexis Sanchez remaining at Gunners

17.02.2017 13.46 by Chiara Biondini  read 558
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Thousands of Chilean football fans have signed up to march in protest against Alexis Sanchez remaining at Arsenal.

A Facebook event named 'National March for Alexis Sanchez to leave Arsenal' has been organised with nearly 7,000 supporters planning to campaign along the streets of Santiago - the capital of Sanchez's home country - on March 1.

"Chileans are tired of watching one of our stars work alone so that their team can move forward," the description of the event says. "We do not want him to play in Madrid, not to return to Barcelona, the truth is that we do not give a damn what team to play, we just want to see him fight along with ten others to get results. No more alone."

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