The Youtube channel has has become famous for its post-match rants by disgruntled Arsenal fans. Arsenal right-back Hector Bellerin is clearly not a fan of popular Youtube channel, ArsenalFan TV, accusing them of making money off the club’s failures. ArsenalFan TV is an internet hit, with about 650,000 subscribers, their videos are widely shared across all social media platforms. The Youtube channel has become famous for its post-match rants by disgruntled Arsenal fans. Asked if he watches the channel, Bellerin who was a recent guest speaker at the Oxford Union says he and his teammates pay little attention to the criticism from fans on the channel. “I don’t think there’s players who go on the internet to watch Arsenal Fan TV,” Bellerin said during a Q&A at the Oxford Union. “It does sometimes pop up on your timeline. I see it sometimes, some friends say ‘oh have you heard what that guy on ArsenalFanTV said?’“It’s so wrong for someone who claims to be a fan and their success is fed off a failure. How can that be a fan? There’s just people hustling, trying to make money their way, which everyone is entitled to do.“For us players, it doesn’t affect us. If they want to have fun with it then have fun. When you grow you realise what is important to you to take [on board].“If a coach comes to me and says you’ve done something bad I’m going to take that advice. If someone from ArsenalFanTV says this guy needs to do this or that I’m not going to listen to him.“They’re entitled to their opinion and the way they want to do it. If people find it funny then go watch it.”Founded by Robbie Lyle, ArsenalFanTV started in 2012 and the channel includes fan interviews, previews and reviews of Arsenal matches. They have interviewed past and current players including Jack Wilshere, Granit Xhaka, Olivier Giroud, Ian Wright and Thierry Henry.