Arsenal Fan TV: Supporters hurl abuse at YouTube channelby Rohan Toure 20/03/2017 11:49:00 0 comments 1 Views
- Arsenal news: All the latest from the Emirates
- Arsenal fell to their fourth defeat in five matches against West Brom on Saturday
- After the game, Arsenal Fan TV congregated outside to react to performance
- Some supporters chanted 'f****** embarrassing' at the popular YouTube channel
- Arsenal fans appear split over whether manager Arsene Wenger should stay
By Ben Nagle for MailOnline
Published: 11:34 EDT, 20 March 2017 | Updated: 11:49 EDT, 20 March 2017
Popular YouTube channel Arsenal Fan TV was labelled 'f****** embarrassing' by furious Gunners supporters following the club's 3-1 defeat at West Brom.
Arsenal fell to goals from Craig Dawson and Hal Robson-Kanu on Saturday lunchtime, and as usual fans congregated outside to react to the game.
Arsenal Fan TV has shot to fame in recent months, with Gary Neville even appearing for a special episode, but it appears some supporters believe the channel is doing more harm than good.
Supporters hurled abuse at popular YouTube channel Arsenal Fan TV at the Hawthorns
Arsene Wenger has come under plenty of stick from supporters in recent months
As presenter Robbie filmed with a fan, chants of 'f****** embarrassing' can be heard loudly in the background in a video filmed by @TikiTakaAllegri.
It appears they pressed on with their episode, but tempers are certainly fraying when it comes to the progression of Arsenal under manager Arsene Wenger.
During the game, two planes were flown over the Hawthorns carrying polar opposite messages - both paid for by Arsenal supporters.
One read 'No contract. #WengerOut', while the other noted 'In Arsene we trust #RespectAW'.
A banner was flown over the ground on Saturday during Arsenal's 3-1 defeat at West Brom
Just minutes later, a positive slogan was flown past as Arsenal fans' mixed views were aired
In recent weeks, Arsenal's form has drifted and four defeats in five matches has seen them fall to sixth in the Premier League table.
Manchester United have not lost in the league since October, and in-form Everton are also chasing the Gunners down from seventh.
Despite that, Sportsmail understands Wenger is set to stay at the club, with staff at Arsenal's London Colney training base saying they have noticed a positive change in Wenger's mood.
Wenger, who retains the support of most players, has agreed a two-year contract extension, but the Frenchman has not signed the deal. A compromise of a 12-month extension has been explored, but this would be a rolling contract.
Some supporters inside the stadium held up 'Wenger Out' banners during the 3-1 defeat