Arsenal fell apart in the first half against Manchester City on Sunday to concede a 3-0 lead they never looked like coming back from.
Freddie Ljungberg took Mesut Ozil off against Manchester City and replaced him with 19-year-old Emile Smith Rowe because he wanted more energy in the side.
Bernd Leno has called on his Arsenal teammates to spend the next week looking at their own mentality, convinced it is not the coach that is causing the problems.
After Arsenal's latest defeat, interim head coach Freddie Ljungberg has publicly called on the club to make a decision about the manager's job.
Alexandre Lacazette, Mesut Ozil, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Lucas Torreira seem unlikely to be Arsenal players this time next year and the decisions made around the Manchester City game seemed to clarify that and a number of others who could go.
Arsenal fought back from 2-0 down to secure a draw and top their Europa League group on Thursday night, though not entirely convincingly.
Arsenal sealed top spot in their group and ensured a more favourable draw for the knock-out round of the Europa League, but it was not pretty.
Arsenal finally got a win on the board against West Ham on Monday, coming from behind in a 10-minute blitz at the London Stadium.
It was the team all Arsenal fans wanted, for a little while at least, so there was much excitement ahead of the game followed by a lot of sadness, some jubilation and a weird sense of disbelief that Arsenal actually managed to win a match.
Arsenal's first home game under Freddie Ljungberg ended in disappointment as Brighton won 2-1 at the Emirates Stadium on Thursday.
Arsenal came from behind twice to draw against Norwich City in Freddie Ljungberg's first game in charge, though they really needed a win.
Arsenal lost 2-1 to Eintracht Frankfurt on Thursday, in what would turn out to be Unai Emery's final game as head coach of the club.
Arsenal put in another dismal performance in a 2-2 draw with relegation candidates Southampton on Saturday, and they were very lucky not to lose.
Arsenal suffered a damaging but entirely predictable defeat to Leicester City on Saturday, losing 2-0 to drop nine points behind their top-four rivals.
Arsenal went to Leicester in search of only their third cleansheet in their last 25 Premier League away games and, as you know, couldn't find it.
Arsenal gave away another lead in an incredibly boring draw away to Vitoria to drop their first points of the Europa League group stage.
Arsenal played six matches in October, winning three, losing two (one on penalties), and drawing one, scoring 15 and conceding 10 in the process, but who was the overall best and worst players from the month in Arsenal's October player ratings?
It's groundhog day at Arsenal as Unai Emery's team dropped a lead to surrender a win against Wolves in a desperately uninspiring performance.
Arsenal threw away another lead to drop two points, playing some of the most turgid football imaginable, as Unai Emery's time must surely be coming to an end.
Arsenal lost on penalties after a crazy game at Anfield, as both club’s reserve sides took each other on in the League Cup.
When Liverpool announced their lineup for the game against Arsenal, Unai Emery must have known he was on a hiding to nothing and with Mesut Ozil determined to take his chance, the Spaniard had his worst Arsenal night since Baku.
Arsenal threw away another two-goal lead on Sunday to draw with Crystal Palace, in a game filled with controversy.
Arsenal managed to get a 2-2 draw against Crystal Palace and as that's better than the 3-2 defeat last season, Unai Emery is no doubt delighted.
Arsenal staged a late comeback on Thursday night thanks largely to Nicolas Pepe, coming from behind to beat Vitoria 3-2 at the Emirates Stadium.
Arsenal put in a limp performance against Sheffield United on Monday as they suffered a 1-0 defeat away from home.
Arsenal lost 1-0 at Sheffield United in yet another limp performance that simply must have the Arsenal board questioning Unai Emery's future.
Arsenal made hard work of another home win on Sunday, this time against Bournemouth.
Arsenal claimed three points against Bournemouth and with City's shock defeat at home to Wolves moved to within one point of second place, so why does it feel so bad?
Arsenal's youngsters, backup players and injury returners put in another fantastic performance on Thursday night to ease past Standard Liege 4-0.
September has been and gone and a month that saw us start against Spurs and end against United told us quite a bit.
Player ratings vs Manchester United: Saka stars again, Aubameyang clinical, midfielder continues to impress
Arsenal came from behind to draw against Manchester United on Monday night in a scrappy match that never really lived up to the hype.
Player ratings vs Nottingham Forest: Martinelli announces himself, Chambers fantastic, criticised winger shines
Arsenal eased to an unexpectedly comfortable win over Nottingham Forest in their League Cup fixture on Tuesday, with a number of players returning from injury.
Hector Bellerin returned to action for Arsenal last night and was hardly on the pitch for any time at all before he set up a goal for Joe Willock.
Arsenal fought back with 10 men to defeat Aston Villa 3-2 on Sunday, showing a lot of spirit amid all the same problems that have been plaguing the team this season.
Bukayo Saka starred as Arsenal recorded a 3-0 away victory over Frankfurt that was less convincing than it sounds.
Arsenal fell disappointingly short against bottom-of-the-table Watford on Sunday, throwing away a 2-0 lead to draw 2-2.
Arsenal threw away a two-goal lead against Watford, allowing the side bottom of the table an embarrassing 28 shots, but who was Arsenal's best and worst players on the day?
Arsenal vs Spurs player ratings: Guendouzi excellent, Pepe encouraging but this player let himself...
Arsenal came back from 2-0 down to draw with Tottenham Hotspur on Sunday, but they left as the unhappier of the two sides.
Arsenal could only manage a 2-2 draw against Tottenham on Sunday so who was our best player and who stunk the place up?
The final 28 minutes of Arsenal's game against Spurs was exactly what we were expecting before the match, it's just a pity Unai Emery ruined it for the first 62 with his team selection.