A crumbling defence; an impotent attack; a 3-0 defeat to relegation battlers; simultaneous taunts from both sets of supporters, giving a stereo dimension to your torment; and then the smirking face of Sam Allardyce greeting you at the final whistle.
John Giles believes it would be a "disaster" if Arsenal were to have Arsene Wenger working under a director of football.
Everybody has their own opinions for the reason behind this downfall. Whether you are Wenger in or Wenger out, the whole charade is embarrassing to the club and is without a doubt affecting the players on the pitch, regardless what anyone says.
The board as well. Some would like that to come earlier than others but whether you are the staunchest Wenger supporter or his biggest critic, what can not be understated and unquestioned is that when this time comes, significant and long-lasting change will come. When he looks at the team that he built and looks across the road to Tottenham and he can see that what Tottenham are building under Pochettino is everything that he wanted to do with Arsenal. It might be better for Arsenal if a newer manager was to do the job as offering a fresh perspective in terms of a playstyle and players coming in. They look like they're petrified to get rid of Wenger.
Lack of desire, will and effort. We respect the right of every fan to have a view and to be heard.
The team lacks a leader, a figure who would take responsibility on the field when things start to go wrong.
"I still love Arsenal and that is the same for my wife and two children".
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He said: "As players you can't decide who manages the club".
At such times, any club, manager and players would want the fans to stick by them.
Is Arsene Wenger really just ignoring the fans protests?
Their anger can no longer be contained.
The Gunners are in sixth place in the Premier League table and will have to string together an impressive run of form before the end of the campaign if they want to qualify for next season's Champions League.
The continuity that Overmars would bring during a time that would initiate great change and uncertainty would be vital.