The Oxford Union were this week introduced to the unique accent of Arsenal's Hector Bellerin, as the Arsenal full-back sat down for a Q and A session.
Over the course of the chat, Bellerin was asked about the media juggernaut that is Arsenal FanTV, the question eliciting laughter among the crowd. Bellerin delivered a thoughtful takedown of the whole angry enterprise.
I don't think the players go on the internet to watch Arsenal Fan TV. It does, sometimes, pop up on our timelines.
I've seen it sometimes. I have friends who ask, 'Have you heard what that guy said on Arsenal Fan TV?'
I think it is so wrong for someone who claims to be a fan having success that is fed off of being a failure. How can they be a fan?
I think they are people hustling, making money their way. Which everyone is entitled to do. For us players, it doesn't affect us. If people want to have fun with it, let them have fun. But as players, when you grow you realise who it is important to listen to and whose advice to take. If the coach comes to me to say that I did something wrong, I'm going to take that advice. If some guy from Arsenal Fan TV says that, I'm not going to listen to him.
As I say, they are entitled to their opinion and do it as they are doing it, and if people find it funny, go and watch it.
The video of Bellerin's response is below.