Claude was a regular on the YouTube channel until last year, and he became well-known for his calls for Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger to resign. On Tuesday morning, the family issued a statement confirming the tragic news. ‘We can’t believe we’re writing this, but it’s with deep sorrow and a broken heart that we have to share that our best friend and lege, Claude, has passed away.
After saying “DVD’s going off” when Son Heung-Min, the South Korean international, left the field during Tottenham’s match against the Gunners last season, Claude was deleted from Arsenal Fan TV in 2020. Arsenal Fan TV was outraged by the 58-year-remarks, old’s and Claude released a lengthy apology.
Claude explained, “Unfortunately, what happened here is a few days ago in the game against Spurs, I made a statement, and my only problem was the timing was all wrong when I made the comment.” ‘It has caused a lot of offence to Son and all Spurs fans, and I would like to apologise to Spurs fans and Son for the offence it has caused.’ What options do I have? I apologise for offending someone, and I want to share my remorse.
Tributes have poured in for Claude from the Arsenal fanbase, showing his popularity with supporters. Former Gunners striker Kevin Campbell sent his condolences to Claude’s family.