Well, Arsenal fans are not taking it lightly. Mike Dean cost them three points, or so they see it and they are set to hit back. Following the sending off of Gabriel Paulista and Santi Cazorla, Arsenal were beaten 2-0 by Chelsea at Stamford Bridge. The FA overturned Gabriel’s red card, and banned Costa for three matches but Arsenal fans were not satisfied.
Arsenal fans began signing a petition to stop Mike Dean from referring Arsenal matches in England and within five days, the petition got a hundred thousand signatures. According to the laws in England, petitions that get a hundred thousand signatures can be debated in the House of Commons and as of this evening, the petition against Mike Dean hit 100,000 signatures.
The House of Commons has a right to throw “illogical petitions” and “petitions considered to be a joke” out. The Arsenal fans however don’t think this is a joke and would clearly see their argument as logical.