Can you imagine what Sir Alex Ferguson would have said to his players if they got beat in the same way that Arsenal did last night?
The same with Pep Guardiola, Jose Mourinho, Jurgen Klopp or even Mike Basset, just think about what the scene would have been like.
You just know they would have been seriously pissed, they would have let the players know what they have done, what they have cost the club, what they have subjected the fans to but not Unai Emery, not according to Granit Xhaka.
‘Him [Emery], the players, nobody speaks in the dressing room,’ said Xhaka.
Asked the manager said nothing, Xhaka said: ‘I don’t know. He was disappointed of course. ‘I think we know how we played. We know we lost the game.
‘It is not about shouting. It is not about shouting everything if we lose.
‘You can say a lot now but it is not the time to explain why and what happens. ‘I think it was a big chance for us and we didn’t take it.’
And that sums up the state of our club right now.
Those players should have got on the plane home with fury ringing in their ears, they should have been sent home knowing without a shadow of the doubt the utter crap they put us through.
Instead, they get no bollocking, no home truths, no condemnation, they get the silent treatment and sent off on luxury holidays without so much as a whisper in their ears.
All this bollocks about not being the time to tear into them is not acceptable, they do not deserve to be given space to get over their pain, screw that, they deserve no sympathy, they deserve pure vilification.
It is one thing to lose with passion and putting up a fight but it is a whole other thing to be so feckless and weak and they should have been told that.
I would have been screaming at them as they were walking down the tunnel, on the coach, on the plane, even in the toilet, they would have cried themselves to sleep following the vitriol I would have unleashed on them, I would have told them you, you and fucking you will never play for Arsenal again, but I am not Unai Emery and the players can be thankful for that.