Arsenal are 30 points behind the league leaders after 28 games, 10 points behind the nearest Champions League spot, were dumped out of the FA Cup in the 3rd round by Championship opposition and struggled against Swedish no-hopes Ostersunds in the Europa League.
Can it get any worse?
The answer is of course, yes. Arsenal are not going to fall any lower than sixth in the Premier League, however, the club still have a huge opportunity to return to the Champions League via the Europa.
Arsene Wenger has revived the club from a February slump before, but the lack of hunger, lack of fight and lack of quality the Gunners possess this term is unlike any other season.
As Arsenal fans initially held sympathy with Arsene Wenger for his financial constraints. That sympathy turned to apathy and then quickly to anger following the sales of our best talents, including Cesc Fabregas, Samir Nasri and Robin van Persie. We endured brief moments of optimism with the FA Cup, but in truth our league form has never made the cut.
The apathy and anger cycles have now turned to pity – and not just from Arsenal fans, but rival supporters who have seen the club regress to such a degree that only half the fans bothered to turn up to the Emirates Stadium on Thursday night.
So Gooners, what needs to change this summer? Let us know in the comments…