Arsene Wenger had one regret after Arsenal’s latest humiliation at the hands of Manchester United – that they conceded goals.

Well, perhaps I’m being a little facetious, but if I can’t now when can i?

A massive Arsene Wenger fan, sometimes, after games like the one we witnessed on Sunday when the fanbase were hopeful of ending a decade of hurt in the league at Old Trafford only to be slapped in the face with a wet fish, it’s hard to defend him.

Speaking to the press after the game, the Arsenal boss said “We conceded and it was difficult. The only regret is we had so much of the ball but conceded three goals.”

Let’s be clear – this isn’t the first time this has happened to Arsenal. It isn’t even the tenth.

The only purpose regrets serve are to ensure you do better next time. That you make the effort to rectify your behaviour so it’s not possible to have the same regret.

Meanwhile, the definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results.

Well adjusted v insane.

It’s not hard to see which camp Arsenal fall into at times, and it’s easy to be angry when you feel like you are watching someone you love ruin their lives repeatedly by making the same stupid mistakes.

Find a therapist, Arsenal, before you do yourself permanent damage.