Arsene Wenger has echoed Ivan Gazidis' concerns that Arsenal and Hull City have not been allocated more FA Cup final tickets for their supporters.
Each club will receive 25,000 seats for the Wembley showpiece on May 17, meaning nearly half of Arsenal's 45,000 season ticket holders will miss out on attending the final.
Arsenal's chief executive believes that "the balance in the FA’s allocation system is not right", and Wenger agrees.
"I think one of the charms of the FA Cup final was always that the stadium was really divided in two [sets of fans]"
"I don't know well enough the rules but, before, I think one of the charms of the FA Cup final was always that the stadium was really divided in two [sets of fans]," he said.
"It's a shame that it doesn't happen anymore because that was always an absolutely fantastic atmosphere. I remember I've been at European Championship finals of the nations and World Cup finals and always there's a little bit of a lack of atmosphere because it's so divided. I think the atmosphere will lose a little bit."
Some 50,000 Arsenal fans were inside Wembley for last week's FA Cup semi-final victory over Wigan Athletic and Wenger would like to see more supporters given a chance to attend the final.
"If you ask me, I'm in favour that they are all there of course. But I don't make the rules," he said. "I haven't spoken to Ivan Gazidis yet [to see] what they have decided about that. But they have my support."