The former Manchester United player defended his comments about an embattled Arsene Wenger against the fan group
Arsenal fan TV is becoming one of the best known mediums for fans to express their frustration.
After each game - and most notably after bad results - fans get to give their thoughts about the performance, players, team selection and, most recently, lampoon the management.
Since Arsenal's 5-1 defeat to Bayern Munich midweek in the Champions League, calls became louder than ever from certain sections of Arsenal fans to call for Wenger's departure.
Many showed up at the Emirates with banners which wanted Wenger to leave the club after 21 years in charge, the man who has guided them through the most successful period in their career.
Some protests have stretched further than this photo last May when Arsenal finished second in the Premier League to Leicester City. Image: Martin Rickett / PA Archive/PA Images
Aware of the criticism from sections of supporters, Sky Sports pundit and former Manchester United defender Gary Neville came to the defence of the Frenchman.
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"It was embarrassing seeing Arsenal fans slating Wenger after the Chelsea game," he said. "He doesn’t deserve that, he has done an unbelievable job. If he were to announce his retirement, everybody would plough in with tributes and in 10 months’ time they might be thinking, 'I wish he was still here'."
He added: "There isn’t a part of me that wants Arsenal to replace Wenger when the club have supported him for so many years. I feel very uncomfortable suggesting the grass may be greener and that he should move on."
Neville drew some criticism for using the word "idiot" when describing fans' right to protest, including from The Times chief football writer, Henry Winter.
So now, both Arsenal Fan TV and Neville have come face-to-face to air their grievances and the results aren't as volatile as you might think.