Despite its undoubted popularity, AFTV is not without its detractors, with Arsenal defender Hector Bellerin expressing his irritation with the channel. Part of the Daily Mail, The Mail on Sunday & Metro Media Group. A number of fans have achieved a degree of notoriety through AFTV and have even gone on to launch their own individual channels. Man Utd's endless pursuit of progress going nowhere, Partey, Gabriel and the £70m spine helping transform Arteta's Arsenal, 'Outstanding' Partey is everything Man Utd need Pogba to be. “It does sometimes pop up on your timeline. The reference to selling DVDs from a market stall is a racist term that has been directed at Asian footballers, including Son, in the past. Interviews with disgruntled fans (many of which developing into full-blown, expletive-laden rants) have proven popular among viewers, but the channel also features interviews with players. I want to apologise to Spurs fans and Son for that, for the offence it has caused. He's Got It All Wrong AGAIN! Gervinho rolling back the years, Aubameyang fined for speeding but escapes driving ban, 'Arsenal forgot how to win' - Cech takes aim at Wenger style. Arsenal have released a statement condemning an alledged racist remark made by Claude Callegari on AFTV. 'I want to make an apology unfortunately - what happened here a few days ago with the game against Spurs. 'As a channel that has millions of viewers around the world, I fully recognise the power that comments made by myself or people on our platform have, and it is paramount that we do not allow comments of this nature to be made in any form. Bullish PFA boss Gordon Taylor hits back at criticism over approach to dementia in football as he claims... Manchester City win FA Youth Cup after edging five-goal thriller against Chelsea - as Cole Palmer dedicates... Government set to speed up review into gambling sponsorship in football as clubs fear lucrative shirt deals... DEREK LAWRENSON: More than 250,000 golfers unite to protest absurd Government ban - almost everyone can see... READ: Arsenal Fan TV boss Robbie Lyle apologises for Claude Callegari remark, appeared with host Robbie Lyle in a video. 'I don't want to say anymore. Rusty is speaking about his life at Harraby Theatre on March 21. While the traditional forum of the pub after a match still exists for many fans of the game, online platforms such as Twitter and YouTube are becoming increasingly popular as well, meaning those debates are now being broadcast to a wider audience. Last year, a West Ham fan was fined after pleading guilty in court to a racially aggravated offence, which included a 'DVD' comment aimed at Son. AFTV is a YouTube channel dedicated to the coverage of all things Arsenal, particularly the club's supporters. The internet has changed so many aspects of human existence and football, as well as the discussion thereof, is not immune to its effects. Lyle, meanwhile, now also presents Channel 4's 'The Real Football Fan Show'.
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He wrote: 'I would like to sincerely apologise for the derogatory remark heard on the AFTV livestream on Sunday, and for the response video that we put out today where we failed to apologise and take onus for the comment. AFTV net worth, income and Youtube channel estimated earnings, AFTV income. AFTV was originally known as 'Arsenal Fan TV' but the channel was forced to rebrand in August 2018 following talks with Arsenal. Goal 50 Fan Vote: Who were the best players of 2019-20? The end of the road for Solskjaer? Callegari was heard to say 'DVD's going off' when the South Korean was substituted in the 94th minute of Tottenham's 2-1 win. How can that be a fan? I am sorry if it has caused any pain. The internet has changed so many aspects of human existence and football, as well as the discussion thereof, is not immune to its effects.