It's been a difficult eight years for Arsenal fans, with the Gunners failing to secure any silverware since 2005.
Shockingly, every one of the other 91 clubs in England have had a change in manager since a piece of silver touched the trophy cabinet at the Emirates Stadium.
The cabinet, now old, dusty and missing a couple of screws has been compared to Arsene Wenger.
What's even worse is that 23 ex-Arsenal players have gone on to win 56 major trophies. It must be tempting to print the stats off and brand them as a new beer, because this must be bitter news to the Gunners' fans.
According to Goal, Wenger has made a sweet profit of over £50m in the time since Arsenal achieved FA Cup glory in 2005.
So my question is this: Should Arsenal consider replacing Wenger?
There's no doubt Arsenal have the quality in their team, but a super squad can't play to their full potential with a short-minded manager. I really could see the likes of Lukas Podolski and Theo Walcott playing attractive football if they were guided towards it.
Of course, it's not up to me. It's up to the extremely wealthy men in charge of the great London club. But if I was injecting millions every year and receiving not a hint of success, I wouldn't be too happy.
Do you agree that Wenger should be relieved of his duties or do you think that he should stay? Leave your opinions in the comments below.
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