I suppose it is a bit hard on Arsene Wenger and the Arsenal players to say that we are struggling in the Premier League title race, as the Gunners sit just two points off the league leaders Man City. However, with just two points from our last three league games, the table should bea much better thing to look at for Arsenal fans.
There have been reports in the media talking about November being a bit of a jinked period for Arsenal under the prof, while the much publicised problems we have with injured players is the underlying cause according to many football experts.
However, there is another theory about what has stopped Arsenal from taking control of the Premier League and taking advantage of the points dropped by our big rivals Man City and United. This idea, proposed by our friends at The Sun, is something that I for one have long suspected, that Arsenal get a rough deal from the EPL officials.
The paper looked at recent incorrect decisions by a referee or his assistants and produced the league table as it would have looked without these errors. Arsenal would be three points better off, United would be one point better off and Man City would drop two points and that would put us on top.
Of course we will hear the same old cliche about luck evening itself out over the season but I am not so sure, especially when you consider what happened when we faced Chelsea at Stamford Bridge. Do you think this theory has legs?