'Let's celebrate': Redskins fans react to Bruce Allen firing

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It has finally happened.

Not long after The Fan celebrated Bruce Allen’s 10-year anniversary with the Redskins, owner Daniel Snyder fired the team president Monday. 
The longtime front office executive was relieved of his duties following the team’s loss to the Cowboys on Sunday, leaving the team with a 3-13 record to end the 2019 regular season. Snyder’s announcement Monday said Allen is “no longer with the organization,” ending speculation that Snyder might keep Allen in the front office in a different role.
The news was seemingly a late holiday gift for Redskins fans. 

Clinton Portis on the firing of Bruce Allen: "I think the fans voice is stronger than they realize. Often the fans have a movement or ask for something and then they get it." #Redskins

— Grant Paulsen (@granthpaulsen) December 30, 2019

Trent Williams waiting on Bruce Allen pic.twitter.com/SfnoLYUMA3

— David Brown (@D_BrownJr) December 30, 2019

Bruce Allen fired this morning.Redskins fans: pic.twitter.com/Bn7LKfkUvf

— Chase Hughes (@ChaseHughesNBCS) December 30, 2019

Bruce Allen is gone. I'm excited to see who will be out next GM.Let's celebrate

— Rest Easy Chubbz (@HighWay_Trellz) December 30, 2019

Every loss was worth it.

— Burgundy Blog (@BurgundyBlog) December 30, 2019

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