It is an absolute certainty that the Arsenal players and Unai Emery know of the abject anger from the fans over the capitulation at Watford and there is not much that can be gained by continuing to slam into them.
It is fine to analyse but to call for Emery to be sacked and so on is now counter-productive when we have a big game in less than 48 hours time.
The team now need our support, whoever Emery picks and we can only hope that the support we provide will help lift them out of the abyss they find themselves in.
On Thursday evening the lads face off against Bundesliga outfit Eintracht Frankfurt and it is not going to be an easy game, that much is certain.
Emery is going to have to get his team selection right and that in itself is a balancing act, the Spaniard cannot afford another poor display and if he goes with youth and fringe players he risks just that happening. At the same time, he will be wanting to keep some of his better players fresh for the weekend Premier League clash against Aston Villa.
This is now a critical time for both Emery and the players, they do have a decent set of games coming up and momentum can be built but at the same time, a rut can set in and that must be avoided at all cost.
The fans, as usual, will support the team and it is time for the players and manager to pay the fans back for their unwavering support.