Last night proved another torrid evening for Arsenal supporters who have had more than their fair share of disappointing draws to deal with already this season.
But last night’s surrender of a 3-0 lead at home to Belgian side Anderlecht will go down as perhaps the lowest point in the Gunners’ campaign thus far with the 3-3 draw meaning the best Wenger’s side can hope for is a second-placed finish from their Champions League group – and a probable tie against one of the European superpowers.
This campaign was supposed to be the one in which Arsenal put together a serious challenge for a major trophy but the Premier League and Champions League look all but out of sight by the first week of November.
Calls for Arsene Wenger to be sacked have been growing ever louder on social media and the 3-3 draw last night saw #WengerOut make it’s customary appearance on Twitter.
Here, we have identified five reasons why perhaps it is right that Arsene Wenger and Arsenal finally go their separate ways this summer.