A stick fan channels are often beaten with is that they don’t represent the fan base of their respective club fairly, and that by giving airtime to those with the most outrageous view they’re only interested in gaining clicks and views.

However, by travelling often around the world to watch their beloved team, channel bosses will strongly disagree with that while pointing out their commitment to the team reaches far beyond a digital footprint.

AFTV's Robbie Lyle was a guest at a Guillem Balague masterclass at UCFB Wembley

Robbie Lyle, the host and main man behind Arsenal Fan TV, has interviewed more than his fair share of angry Gooners in recent years and firmly believes his channel is a fair reflection of his team’s fan base.

He told Future Sport: “We go to every game, home and away, and our aim is to give fans a voice and to give them a chance to have their say on the team.”

He added: “I think the cross section of fans that we interview probably does reflect what most people are thinking, though you do get some that have got very strong opinions that maybe a lot of fans don’t agree with. But I think if you watch it as a whole then it does represent broadly what fans are thinking about the club.”