After a 1-0 loss at home to Blackburn saw Arsenal crash out of the FA Cup—arguably the competition that they stood the best chance of winning—a lot of questions must be asked, starting at the top with Monsieur Wenger.
Arsenal's 2012-13 season has gone from bad to worse: they're currently fifth in the league, four points behind fourth-placed Tottenham and completely out of the title race with 21 points separating themselves and leaders Manchester United. The loss to Blackburn wasn't the first humiliating cup exit this season, either—Arsenal suffered an even more embarrassing loss at nPower League Two side Bradford City in the CapitalOne Cup quarterfinal back in December.
Arsene Wenger has definitely received his fair share of criticism this season, but that doesn't mean every single one of his decisions have been bad—granted, there have been quite a few bad decisions—but there are at least a few positives to take so far this season.
Starting with the best, here are the three best and worst decisions Wenger has made so far this season.
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