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West Ham striker Michail Antonio, has 11 Goals and 2 assists for the Hammers this season. In a recent interview, he admits that he’s not a fan of Arsenal supporters.

ANTONIO ON GUNNERS

Indeed, Antonio says he can’t stand Gooners!

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He said, “They are the worst to play banter with. They haven’t won the Premier League for years, but it’s like they won it last year.

“I want Arsenal to win the Premier League. But honestly, I don’t like Arsenal fans. I’ll say it straight, I don’t like them!

“I have family members, my agent, my nephews. They are annoying and they always have been annoying. It’s like Arsenal Fan TV, annoying!”

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Michail Antonio has openly admitted that he does not like Arsenal fans.

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The £7 million man’s opinion may not sit well with Gooners, who are known to have an extremely vocal online presence.

Perhaps Antonio was looking at the club’s fanbase from his perspective as a football fan himself rather than as a Premier League player.

While there are many that can be sensible and largely unbiased, football tribalism means supporters can have their own narratives on topics that do not necessarily align with reality.

It seems as if the Arsenal fans that Michail Antonio has spoken to have not been the best, to say the least, which is why he holds this view.

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While there are many that can be sensible and largely unbiased,

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football tribalism means supporters can have their own narratives on topics that do not necessarily align with reality.

It seems as if the Arsenal fans that Michail Antonio has spoken to have not been the best, to say the least, which is why he holds this view.

One wonders whether other Premier League players have such opinions on certain fanbases but choose to keep it to themselves.

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However, you get that with every fanbase, particularly in the top six.

There isn’t a single fanbase where every supporter is level-headed,

And while the Arsenal supporters may be a bit more vocal this season because they’re doing so well,

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Every single club has this subsection of fans who like to wind other teams up and are a bit deluded when it comes to how good or bad their own team actually is.

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