Bad blud within the fam - Arsenal FanTV attacked

Arsenal FanTV's were caught up in chaotic scenes outside Emirates stadium with the crew attacked by fellow Gunners fans as tensions boiled over after Arsenal's 2-2 draw with Manchester City.

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Host of Arsenal FanTV Robbie Lyle confronted by other Arsenal fans after their side's 2-2 draw with Manchester City. Source: Twitter

ArsenalFanTV routinely film outside the Emirates directly after matches but on Sunday (Monday AEDT) filming was disrupted due to fights breaking out between fans.

The popularity of the YouTube show has risen dramatically this season as the team sufferers their worst run of form since Arsene Wenger took over as manager.

Regular host Robbie Lyle interviews Arsenal fans outside the ground garnering their opinions on the club and their performances.

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They give us a gems like, "the manager needs to make the players wear the proper shin-pads."

But as the show has grown in popularity, and the regular personalities who appear get increasingly more attention, other Arsenal fans have started to rebel.

After Sunday's draw with City tensions reached boiling point and Lyle and his crew were attacked by other Arsenal fans who labelled them, among many expletives, "a disgrace".

It comes after Arsenal fans were seen fighting among themselves during the match as tensions continue to spill over. 

Arsenal FanTV still managed to film and get their videos up online, with well-known fan known as 'Troopz' saying the fighting will continue until coach Arsene Wenger has left the club. 




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Published 3 April 2017 at 12:02pm
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