Four managers, four years, and a fifth consecutive season outside the top four; Arsenal are becoming accustomed to mediocrity.
Since the departure of Arsene Wenger, the Gunners have never really been the same and Arsenal are staring down the barrel of their worst campaign since Wenger was sacked.
The Gunners produced another shocking performance at the weekend, losing their 12th Premier League game of the season against Liverpool in a 3-0 thrashing.
Former Arsenal star, Paul Merson gave Sky Sports gave his verdict after the Liverpool defeat:
“What I watched against Liverpool the other day was as bad as I’ve ever seen.
“There will be a big worry at Arsenal that they may have another Mesut Ozil situation where they give someone a big contract at £300,000-a-week”.
This has even fuelled rumours that he could leave the Emirates this season.
With all this said, The Gunners do have a slight glimpse at redemption and still could finish the season strong.
Arsenal are still in the Europa League, which could bring European football back to the Emirates next season – if they win.
In the Premier League, Arsenal have some easier fixtures on the horizon, playing the four lowest teams in their next five games, starting with rock bottom Sheffield United on Sunday.