Gunnersaurus Sacked To Cut Cost After 27 Years

A fundraising page has been set up for long-serving Arsenal mascot Gunnersaurus after it was reported he had been released by the club.
Reports have suggested that the club’s mascot for the last 27 years has been let go, with his role no longer deemed necessary due to fans still not being able to attend matches.
As a result, a GoFundMe page for Jerry Quy, who has played the much-loved dinosaur mascot since 1993, three years before Arsene Wenger’s arrival at the club, has been set up by George Allen.
A statement on the page read:
“Gunnersaurus has been the Arsenal club mascot for 27 years. He’s a club icon and we cannot let him become extinct.
“Played by lifelong fan Jerry Quy, it would be a terrible shame to lose him. The mascot league is the only one we’ve consistently been on top of, let’s keep our all time top scorer on top.
“Let’s raise some money to keep Gunnersaurus going. Please give generously!”

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