If Arsenal fans do not get their wish and get a new manager in to replace Arsene Wenger before the start of next season, then at least we want the Frenchman to take notice of our anger and frustration, see the reasons behind it and do something about it.
We are into the last two months of the current season, which means some of our favourite stars are into the later stages of their Arsenal careers.
Every Arsenal fan and his dog will tell you that the team desperately need a World-Class striker and an a new DM to compete with Francis Coquelin, as we have needed for more than a couple of years, but even before that Arsene Wenger has to find replacements for five of our players that will be surplus to requirements.
Because of the unlucky rupture of his thigh muscle against Burnley last month, it is highly unlikely that our Czech Republic international star Tomas Rosicky would be able to get enough Premier League appearances this season to get a winner’s medal, assuming that the Gunners do not go on to blow this chance of winning it.
The loss of the Arsenal and Czech Republic midfield star Tomas Rosicky to yet another long term injury lay-off might not be seen by too many Arsenal fans as a real disaster. After all the 35-year old had not been available for the rest of the season so why should his absence be such a problem now?
The way that things have been going for Arsenal in recent years, I have to wonder whether Arsene Wenger has been walking under ladders while breaking mirrors, because if the Gunners did not have regular bad luck then we would have no luck at all.
Now we are getting to squeaky-bum time as Alex Ferguson used to say, and we are going to need as many players fit as possible, especially when Arsenal are getting closer to the Finals of the FA Cup and the Champions League, as well as pulling away at the top of the Premiership….
Arsenal player returns from a long spell on the sidelines with an injury problem, plays, and picks up another injury problem. It is a story so familiar to Arsenal fans that we have stopped being surprised by it, but for some reason it always seems to take Arsene Wenger completely unaware.