Arsenal Fans Chant 'Get Out Of Our Club' At 'Arsenal Fan TV'
Arsenal fans have turned on fan channel 'AFTV' by chanting 'get out of our club' at those involved during their filming after the 0-0 draw with Everton on Saturday.
The fan channel have become famous for their criticism of the club, management and players over the years and were attributed to have played a big part in the 'Wenger Out' campaign in the last few years of Arsene Wenger's reign.
They have also often been criticised with bringing a toxicity to the Gunners and on Saturday afternoon their fellow Arsenal fans turned on them, chanting 'get out of our club' outside Goodison Park.
Arsenal fans at Goodison Park chanting: "ArsenalFanTV get out of our club." #afc- afcstuff (@afcstuff) December 21, 2019
Robbie standing there at everton away while everyone is chanting arsenal fan TV get out of our club like.... pic.twitter.com/MDaZsvVl08- luis. (@lewlew_93) December 21, 2019
Brilliant save by Pickford from Chambers. Chants of "Arsenal Fan TV Get Out Of Our Club" from the visiting supporters.- Phil McNulty (@philmcnulty) December 21, 2019
The chanting started during Arsenal's game on Saturday afternoon, as Freddie Ljungberg took charge for the last time before Mikel Arteta becomes permanent manager, in a drab affair with Everton.
It stretched the north London sides recent form to one win in 13 games, a spell that has seen the end of Unai Emery's time as manager and the entirety of Ljungberg's spell as interim boss.
Arteta coming on board will be seen by many as hopefully a new start for the club and clearly fans don't want any more negativity and perceived toxicity from AFTV.
Whilst some of the criticism of the YouTubers might be reasonable the anger towards them seems very much misplaced and they are hardly the problem with the club right now.
The draw with Everton, also playing with an interim boss for the last time, showed how much work Arteta, who was sat watching in the stands, has to do.
It was a young side that Ljungberg sent out and they managed just two shots on target in a match that lacked much creativity, excitement, spark or intensity from either side.
Can Arteta turn things around?