There is probably a very simple answer to the above question, and it is not yes. It would be nice to think that the Arsenal fans and their feelings and opinions were important to Stan Kroenke, Ivan Gazidis and Peter Hill-Wood, but I just doubt it somehow. If the Arsenal fans were to become a corporate entity that paid for advertising, then we would be treated like royalty, but we are all individuals (I’m not).
That is why an organised protest is more likely to have an effect that individual fans writng in, posting comments or shouting at the ground. Remember, the vast majority of Arsenal fans will not be at a match, even a home match. There is a national and international following for the Gunners, so there will be a tiny fraction of gfans who want to protest actually at the march tomorrow.
The Black Scarf Movement who have organised the event can be found on http://www.wherehasourarsenalgone.co.uk/. The fans are meeting at 1.30 tomorrow outside Cannons public house on Blackstock Road. It has got to be worth a try, but I feel the protest will fall on deaf ears. Some within the club may sympathise, but it will be people who are powerless to do anything about it.
Anyway, good luck Gooners.