Under most circumstances, complaining about your club when they have just reached the semi-final of a European competition would be churlish in the extreme, but then things have gotten quite extreme at Arsenal, haven’t they?

MOSCOW, RUSSIA - APRIL 12: Aaron Ramsey of Arsenal is stretchered from the pitch during the UEFA Europa League quarter final leg two match between PFC CSKA Moskva and Arsenal FC at CSKA Arena stadium on April 12, 2018 in Moscow, Russia. (Photo by Oleg Nikishin/Getty Images)
MOSCOW, RUSSIA – APRIL 12: Aaron Ramsey is stretchered from the pitch during the UEFA Europa League quarter final leg two match between PFC CSKA Moskva and Arsenal FC at CSKA Arena stadium on April 12, 2018 in Moscow, Russia. (Photo by Oleg Nikishin/Getty Images)

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Bouncebackability

We’ll forever have to listen to Wenger – and players – spout nonsense about ‘bouncing back’ after a defeat or a shambolic performance. Of course, we never actually do bounce back, at least not long enough for it to matter.

Excuses

Arsene Wenger, with a finger to his chin, ponders what fourth official Anthony Taylor is saying during the Premier League match between Arsenal and Manchester United at Emirates Stadium on December 2, 2017 in London, England. (Photo by Laurence Griffiths/Getty Images)
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We were jaded, tired, little bit handbrake, too many injuries – the list goes on.

Mental strength and spirit

Wenger’s face during a post-match interview before Arsenal signed Mesut Ozil in 2013.

When Arsenal do win, we have to listen to Wenger’s Wengerisms. They were once sort of endearing. Now, they are not.