The season is just one game old and players being criticised has already started and that includes players that have not even kicked a ball yet.
So far, the main ire of the fans has been aimed at Henrikh Mkhitaryan following his display against Newcastle United on Sunday.
But Shkodran Mustafi, Granit Xhaka and David Luiz have also been the subject of online criticism and I have absolutely no issue with that.
I do not go along with booing or any form of abuse, that is wrong but I also do not go in for the concept of blind loyalty either.
Mkhitaryan was useless against Newcastle and should be called out for that, he is paid a huge fortune to give his best for Arsenal and he did not, it is as simple as that.
To some, Xhaka had a poor game as well, I personally thought he did ok but that is beside the point, fans have a right to criticise a player if they feel he could have done better than what he did.
Mustafi continues to be targetted and rightfully so, his performances over the long term have not been good enough and calling for him to be sold is justified.
Those calling Luiz a poor buy, which I believe he is, also have the right to say so.
Of course, when any of them pull the shirt on and walk on to the field of play they deserve full support, they are representing Arsenal but come the end of the game they should and must be judged.
I have zero sympathy for players that live a privileged lifestyle off the back of fans, they enjoy the worship when it comes their way and they have to take it on the chin when fans call them out.
For me, it is the right and duty of fans to pass judgement when any player represents Arsenal and does not live up to expectations.
A right and duty I will continue to exercise.