Arsenal Fan TV host Robbie Lyle required police intervention at Goodison Park after being involved in an angry clash with Gunners supporters following the goalless draw with Everton .

The club media channel has come under fire in recent months for its public criticism of the club and some fans seemingly hold AFTV, founded by Lyle, responsible for creating a toxic atmosphere at games.

During the dull encounter in Merseyside, Arsenal fans made their feelings known to AFTV as they were heard shouting from the away end: "Arsenal Fan TV, get out of our club".

And, after the game, the channel's host, Lyle, was then confronted by a group of Arsenal fans outside the ground as the incident threatened to boil over.

Arsenal Fan TV host Robbie Lyle was confronted by angry Gunners fans

Arsenal fans continued to hurl abuse at Lyle and the unpopular host ultimately required a police escort away from Goodison Park.

It was an unsavoury to a drab goalless draw at Goodison Park, with recently-appointed Gunners boss Mikel Arteta watching from the stands.

Arteta was joined by Arsenal technical director Edu in the Goodison Park stands as the Gunners ground out a bore draw with the Toffees.

Arsenal fans continued to hurl abuse at Lyle and the unpopular host ultimately required a police escort

Indeed, Freddie Ljungberg's final match in charge as interim boss was yet another underwhelming affair.

The former Gunners midfielder has struggled since stepping in following the sacking of Unai Emery, winning just one of his six games, and this performance summed up Arsenal's troubles.

The game was littered with misplaced passes and ineffectual final balls from both teams, with just two shots on target in the entire 90 minutes.

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Following the encounter, Ljungberg said he was still uncertain whether he would remain at Arsenal as part of Arteta's staff.

"I've been told by the club they want me to stay but I will have a meeting with Mikel tomorrow and hopefully it's a good one," said the Swede.

"I wanted to see people that would run and fight for the team. We can't rely on our name - we have to fight and do the dirty things. We had a very young side out there because I wanted energy and I wanted to give them chances."