The state of Arsenal football club has reached its lowest point under the guidance of Arsene Wenger.
The Frenchman brought the most successful times the Gunners have ever seen in the late 1990's and early 2000's, but since 2005, it appears to have been a constant decline.
This season has probably been Wenger's worst at the helm, with Arsenal lingering in sixth and having been humiliated by Manchester City in the Carabao Cup final on Sunday.
The 3-0 loss was one of the worst performances from an Arsenal side in years, with no player really looking bothered by what was unfolding in front of their very eyes.
Everything looks bad right now, with the Europa League Wenger's only chance of any solace. Although, their last-16 opponents AC Milan have hit a nice run of form, beating Roma 2-0 on Sunday evening, so progressing will not be easy.
The calls for the manager to leave will be broadcast across social media from now until the end of the season and they may intensify after what Arsenal legend Ian Wright revealed on BBC radio.
A well-respected pundit with ties to the club, Wright is one to know what is happening within and what he revealed was truly shocking.
WRIGHT'S ARSENAL CONFESSION
If any of that is remotely true, then the Arsenal board should sack Wenger immediately and offload any player involved.
And, to make matters potentially worse, one Gunners fan on Twitter - who is seen by some as a trusted source - explained that Wright was actually taking a dig at none other than Mesut Ozil.
That's right, the man who signed that enormous contract less than a month ago...
WAS WRIGHT CALLING OUT OZIL?
Wow, if that were to come out in the open, there would probably be full-scale riots at the Emirates.
Wenger's dealing with Alex Iwobi prior to their 4-2 loss to Nottingham Forest in the FA Cup was viewed as too soft and it is clear that the players are having it all their own way.
Iwobi's partying didn't go down well, but it seems the whole squad is doing the same while the club sinks lower and lower.News Now - Sport News