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Ivan Gazidis Receives £1M Arsenal Bonus Despite Lack of Silverware in 2015-16

Arsenal chief executive Ivan Gazidis r eceived a bonus of over £1 million for the year ending June 2016 despite the Gunners picking up no silverware of note in 2015-16. According to Charles Sale in the Daily Mail, as well as a lack of trophies, Arsenal's " commercial revenues were flat" last term, but Gazidis, 52, still received a pay package of £2.648 million, which included his hefty annual bonus.
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