Ever since the Arsenal fans accepted that our team was not going to win the Premier League title this season, whether that was after losing back to back games against Man United and Swansea, the draw with West Ham or even much earlier, most of us have transferred our title hopes to Leicester City and not just because of the typical English urge to back the underdog, but to stop our north London rivals for getting their hands on the coveted EPL trophy.
We can point to the luck of certain decisions going their way and the fact that their injury and disciplinary problems have been almost non-existent, but the way that they have dealt with the pressure has been fantastic and diametrically opposite to the way that Arsenal have regularly folded when the going got tough.
I have heard a lot of football pundits questioning the players and talking about the lack of leaders in the Gunners squad and they may have a point but surely this sort of thing is really the preserve of the manager. Not only should the boss, especially one with the experience of Arsene Wenger, make sure he does have the right blend of players, he also sets the tone and makes sure that his team have the right frame of mind in any given situation.
There is no doubt that Claudio Ranieri deserves huge credit for the way he has kept the Leicester squad going, and you can read a very interesting piece about him which also criticises Wenger in this BBC report. Most Arsenal fans who want Wenger replaced are therefore looking at managers like Diego Simeone who get the maximum from their players and although I do not want him I do think we need a real motivator.
So who could do it while keeping the flowing football that makes Arsenal so good on our day?