THE brother of Chelsea starlet Omari Hutchinson has taken aim at Arsenal on social media.
Hutchinson, 20, quit the Emirates for Stamford Bridge in a controversial transfer 18 months ago.
The versatile winger was highly-rated by Arsenal fans.
But he opted to sign for Chelsea instead, having started his youth career there in 2008.
Hutchinson was criticised for returning to west London, with Gooners claiming he would never kick on as a player due to a lack of action.
However, Hutchinson made his Premier League debut last term before sealing a loan move to Ipswich Town.
The Tractor Boys are defying expectations in the second tier, winning 16 of their 26 games to sit second in the table.
And Hutchinson has played a key role with three goals and three assists in 29 outings.
Now, his brother Oshaye has taken aim at Arsenal and their fans online.
He reckons Hutchinson is proving to be a top prodigy and is owed an apology by those who criticised his Emirates exit.
Oshaye also suggested that Arsenal are no longer bringing through top young talents.
He pointed out that other top Premier League sides gave youth a chance in their respective FA Cup clashes at the weekend — while Arsenal turned to zero kids in their 2-0 defeat to Liverpool.
Oshaye wrote on Instagram Stories: “Some people owe my brother an apology.
“All the abuse and hate comments he received when he left Arsenal. I hope you guys are all seeing why!
“This weekend: Man City debut (tick), Chelsea debut (tick), Liverpool (tick), Spurs youth played (tick), Arsenal (cross).
“I feel sorry for my Arsenal youth man. Free the guys.”
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