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Watch: Arsenal Fan TV's Most Laughable Complaint Yet

Watch: Arsenal Fan TV's Most Laughable Complaint Yet
By Gavin Cooney
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We think that Arsenal Fan TV are just running out of things to complain about now.

Arsenal's meek 3-1 surrender to West Brom means they face a serious challenge in qualifying for the Top 4, they now sit a lowly sixth after Man United's victory away to 'Boro.

The game was blemished by more gobshite behaviour regarding the flying of planes, with a banner criticising Wenger swiftly followed by one declaring that "In Arsene We Trust".


After the game, Arsenal Fan TV was its usual, furious self, but with Arsenal plumbing new depths week on week, they might just be running out of things to give out about.

The fan they call "Bully" - the bloke who looks a bit like a pirate to the rest of us - has blasted Arsene Wenger for allowing a lackadaisical approach to shinpads breed among the club.  Yep, shinpads. Alexis Sanchez had to be taken off with an ankle injury after a James McClean reducer, with Wenger fretting about potential ankle ligament damage.

Bully believes this is a result of Sanchez' failure to wear shinpads that can be seen a hundred yards away.

[Sanchez] didn’t even look like he had any shin pads on. You couldn’t even see a bulge there where the shin pads were.

Like, that’s the first thing that we need to get right in this club. The manager needs to make the players wear decent shin pads so that they don’t bottle the challenges.

You can watch it below:

Sometimes, Wenger just can't win.


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