Ty, a Gunners fan, tries to seize the phone from a fan who yelled ‘f**k Arsenal TV’ after posing for a selfie.

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Ty, a Gunners fan, tries to seize the phone from a fan who yelled ‘f**k Arsenal TV’ after posing for a selfie.

Ty from Arsenal Fan TV has been recorded frantically attempting to steal a phone from a fan’s grip.

At the Emirates, a fan asks Ty for a photo, and when Ty poses next to him, he exclaims, “f*** Arsenal TV!”

Ty responds angrily, “f*** you,” before attempting to take the phone from the Arsenal supporter’s grip.

a furious Ty is unable to grasp the phone as he is surrounded by people shouting “Ty leave him” and “Ty calm down mate.” The well-known YouTuber then gathers his thoughts before snapping repeatedly: “Do not, do not, do not do not do not do not do not do not do not do not do not do not do not do not do not do not do not do not do not do not do

“Don’t be a moron and do that.

“What are you trying to say with that? You are not obligated to do so.” “Don’t touch me,” Ty screams as the fan approaches him and places his hand on him. GET £60 IN BONUS BETTING Simply open an account with Paddy Power and wager £10 on any football match. The Arsenal fans are split on the YouTube channel AFTV, which is formally known as AFTV.

Several of their films have gone viral, garnering over ONE BILLION page views.

They have 1.4 million customers as well.

However, many of their most popular videos, according to their ‘popular uploads’ tab, are films of donors moaning after a loss.

Gunners fans have been seen opposing the controversial channel in the past, with cries at the Hawthorns earlier this season.

At the end of Arsenal’s League Cup victory over West Bromwich Albion in August, away fans screamed, “Arsenal Fan TV, get out of our team.”

In a heated debate with AFTV anchor Robbie Lyle on talkSPORT in April, Arsenal great Ray Parlour called the station “embarrassing.”

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