BT Sport have released another video that takes a thinly-veiled pop at Arsenal and their supporters.
Last week the channel released an advert for their upcoming coverage of the Premier League season that showed Liverpool beating the side 5-1.
The advert prompted a wild reaction from Arsenal fans on social media, with many threatening to cancel their subscription to the channel.
But that hasn't stopped the channel, who along with Sky Sports released the fixtures they will be showing on TV next season yesterday.
BT Sport have released another Arsenal-bashing advert - this time with footage from the 6-0 humiliation at Stamford Bridge, Arsene Wenger's 1,000 game in charge of the Gunners.
Below are some of the Tweets sent to the channel.
That's it, I'm stopping my @btsport subscription. Just mocking my team like it's nothing.— Sanchez Is A Gooner (@MLVee) July 15, 2014
Are BT Sport trying to get all Arsenal fans to cancel their subscriptions?— henrywalmsley (@henrywalmsley) July 15, 2014
@btsport please can anyone help I am wanting to cancel my package with you— kelly smith (@kellysmith483) July 15, 2014
BT sport advert more media bias against @Arsenal - I actually feel to cancel the subscription and just stream the games online— Robbie Cave (@RobbieXT) July 14, 2014
Just cancelled my @btsport subscription. Said I was about the 5th Arsenal fan to cancel today (that was just from one worker)!— Paul Taylor (@paultaylor180) July 14, 2014
Here are some of the Tweets sent after the first advert, which featured Jose Mourinho, was released.
Every Arsenal fans and lover of good football in the UK should cancel their BT Sport subscription. They are tasteless— Seyewest (@seyewest) July 12, 2014
If i had bt sport id cancel it— Paul Ponting (@PaulPonting) July 12, 2014
Feel the need to cancel our BT Sport subscription after that shocking advert #harsh— Emma Dudley (@dudders7) July 12, 2014
Absolutely pathetic ad from @btsport. I hope people cancel their subscriptions.— Gooner Cris (@TheGoonerMonkey) July 12, 2014
Sees BT Sport advert. Sets reminder to cancel when their office re-opens on Monday morning.— Matt Kett (@matthewKett) July 12, 2014
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