Arsenal owner Stan Kroenke has come under further scrutiny after launching an on-demand television channel which shows graphic hunting footage.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn led the criticism of Kroenke’s My Outdoor TV app, which for £7.60 a month offers ‘the Netflix of the hunting world’.
The BBC’s Have I Got News For You programme waded into the debate on Twitter before Arsenal fans roundly criticised Kroenke.
The official HIGNFY Twitter account tweeted an edited image of the Arsenal shirt showing the cannon on the Gunners badge firing at an upside Puma logo.
Arsenal make change to 2017/18 kit after owner Stan Kroenke launches hunting bloodsports channel. pic.twitter.com/p3yG50C8q4
— HaveIGotNewsForYou (@haveigotnews) August 1, 2017
‘Arsenal make change to 2017/18 kit after owner Stan Kroenke launches hunting bloodsports channel,’ read the caption.
The MyOutdoorTV official website says the channel provides ‘TV shows and product demonstrations to hunters, shooting sports enthusiasts, anglers, campers, boaters, and hikers’ and describes itself as the ‘worldwide leader in outdoor TV’.
It is already available to viewers in the United States, where it is received in more than 40million households.
Culled from Mail Sport