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Arsenal Mascot Gunnersaurus Finally Returns To The Emirates Stadium

Arsenal Mascot Gunnersaurus Finally Returns To The Emirates Stadium

Arsenal mascot Gunnersaurus looks to have finally returned to work after being made redundant last month.

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But massive backlash from fans and ex-players alike look to have forced the Premier League outfit to rethink their decision.

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And fans look to have got their wish as Tuesday saw Gunnersaurus tweet: "Back at Emirates Stadium today," with a thumbs up emoji.

Fans have reacted to the news and after a turbulent year, it's nice to get a bit of news everyone can enjoy.

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Current Arsenal midfielder Mesut Ozil offered to pay Quy's wages when the news was announced, but it's unknown what part his messaged play in the return.

The 32-year-old took to Twitter and stated: "I was so sad that Jerry Quy aka our famous & loyal mascot @Gunnersaurus and integral part of our club was being made redundant after 27 years.

"As such, I'm offering to reimburse @Arsenal with the full salary of our big green guy as long as I will be an Arsenal player so Jerry can continue his job that he loves so much."

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Ozil then signed off with "#JusticeForGunnersaurus #YaGunnersYa."

Arsenal stressed he would be making a return once fans were allowed back in the Emirates.

But with no fans set to be allowed in until 2021, it looks like he's been brought back from extinction a little bit earlier.

Featured Image Credit: PA Images

Topics: Football News, Football, Premier League, Arsenal

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