Miguel Delaney has been consistently excellent on this sort of thing- great article here... https://www.independent.co.uk/sport/football/premier-league/arsenal-redundancies-latest-news-miguel-delaney-a9655826.html
Particularly this part
"It is all merely an example of the unfeeling hyper-capitalism that has come to engulf the game – particularly among the super-clubs.
Many might say that’s just business – that’s the world football clubs operate in. But that makes stressing this point all the more necessary, and means clubs should be very vocally reminded of it more often.
Football clubs are supposed to be much more than businesses. They’re social institutions, community assets. They have a moral obligation beyond business. Too many have forgotten that. This is just part of a tapestry.
It makes it all the more tragically laughable that, next week, Arsenal are one of six clubs set to announce a commercial partnership based on the idea of giving back to community.
Developments raise the question over whether they even know the meaning of the words any more. They know how to pay lip service, for business purposes.
Just another skewed priority, and far removed from what football clubs are supposed to be about."