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Supporters Make Voice Heard Over Arsenal Fan TV During Cup Tie

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Supporters Make Voice Heard Over Arsenal Fan TV During Cup Tie

Arsenal fans had a powerful message for 'Arsenal Fan TV' on Wednesday night with chants of 'get out of our club' heard at the end of the victory away at West Brom.

For many seasons the channel has given a voice to its supporters, most notably through raw post match interviews which have stirred the turmoil that the club has found itself in during recent times, encouraging the nickname 'Banter FC'.

This show of unity against the channel shows the away support, who deserve to be known as the core supporters, showing up in a packed away end for a Wednesday night Carabao Cup tie against Championship outfit West Brom.

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Journalists from the press box at The Hawthorns described the chants as 'loud and overwhelming' with the chants being sung directly after the game and during hat-trick hero Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang's interview with Sky.

Hat-trick hero Aubameyang clutches the match ball.
Hat-trick hero Aubameyang clutches the match ball.

Mikel Arteta, who will have been delighted with his team's reaction to losing its first two Premier League games, named a strong side for the 2nd Round tie. Aubameyang was joined on the scoresheet by Nicolas Pepé, Alexandre Lacazette and Bukayo Saka.

Its fair to say it was a perfect night for The Gunners with all four key men opening their accounts for the season. To score six goals in a fixture is a statement and the team will no doubt look to build forward from here.

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Arsenal Fan TV since it was formed in 2012 has become the most successful of its kind but has drawn criticism due to the passive aggressive, outspoken nature of reaction to defeats. Arsenal legend Ray Parlour has labelled the show an embarrassment to the club saying the channel want the club to lose so it 'gets more hits on YouTube.

Goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale salutes fans after debut.
Goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale salutes fans after debut.

Featured Image Credit: Twitter

Topics: Arsenal, Arsenal Fan TV, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang

Alan Bond
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