After his latest disciplinary transgression, the Arsenal forward, Aubameyang stripped of his Arsenal Captaincy as he will no longer wear the armband.
Arsenal has announced that Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has been deprived of his captaincy duties, citing a breach of club discipline as the basis for the decision.
Mikel Arteta benched the Gabonese international for a Premier League match against Southampton last time out after he missed a final pre-game training session.
The 32-year-old striker is yet to make another appearance for the north Londoners, who have stated that he will not be considered for selection against West Ham on December 15.
Aubameyang has been told that he will no longer be expected to lead the Gunners out, and the task will be handed over to someone else.
After seeing the armband taken away from Swiss midfielder Granit Xhaka following a public outburst at unhappy supporters, a proven goalscorer was entrusted with captaincy duties back on November 19.
Arteta would not rush into naming a permanent replacement to Aubameyang due to a lot of issues to consider.