Four questions Arsenal fans have after Josh Kroenke is spotted dancing at Adele concert

Josh Kroenke has been the focus of Arsenal fans for some time as the main mouthpiece for the club’s ownership. He has faced questions his father and KSE owner Stan Kroenke has never opened up to.

Recently interviewed by Sky Sports, Josh Kroenke was grilled by Geoff Shreeves about the progress the club was making since the Super League fiasco earlier this year. However, he handled the interview well and left fans with hope but plenty of lingering questions he managed to deflect from.

However, what went viral across the Arsenal social sphere was a video of him in attendance of the singer Adele’s performance at the London Palladium. Josh was spotted dancing alongside the likes of Samuel L Jackson and Gareth Southgate amongst a plethora of other famous faces.

How did Josh find himself standing alongside Samuel L Jackson in the front row?

Josh and the KSE ownership of Arsenal as a whole have been very elusive and secretive, rarely conducting interviews. So therefore what is known about the director’s personal life is very limited. What is known, however, is the wealth associated with the family.

His father Stan Kroenke is estimated by Forbes to be worth $10.7 billion (£7.9). Therefore, how he may have ended up alongside one of the world’s most famous actors and amongst a star-studded audience will likely have not come cheap.

Where did Josh learn those moves?

Frankly, it is probably best we simply don’t ask.

With Gareth Southgate in attendance, did Josh speak about Arsenal’s England boys?

Spotted behind Josh Kroenke was Gareth Southgate. The England manager has just signed a new deal with the national side running until 2024 and the German-based European Championships.

Considering the pair were in such close proximity, the opportunity for Josh to speak with the England boss was certainly there and with a strong Arsenal presence in his squad, he would have plenty of reasons too.

Including why Ben White was shunned by Southgate in his last squad. Conor Coady and Tyrone Mings were both opted for over the former Brighton defender despite his stellar form. Bukayo Saka, Emile Smith-Rowe and Aaron Ramsdale all earned their place with the former pair scoring and the keeper making his debut.

An Arsenal and England future is looking bright, whilst Josh Kroenke will hope that more Gunners representation is to come.

Should Arsenal fans be irritated seeing Josh at the concert?

In short, no. People are allowed their own personal lives and time to enjoy themselves away from their roles. Arsenal have had a strong start to the season and a good summer window.