I don't think I'm the only Arsenal supporter who groans when they see Bendtner and Rosicky being subbed in for the second half of a match.
To see those green numbers of 52 and 7 on the substitute board just makes an Arsenal supporter ask himself: what does Arsene Wenger see in these players?
Well, that brings me to my next point, which is that Wenger had a bit too much belief in the players that under-performed for the majority of this season. Although Rosicky has had a good run with Arsenal, he's simply not the player he used to be.
In the Carling Cup final, for example, he broke down dozens of chances and scoring opportunities, and there are so many other players on the Arsenal squad who would bring more to the side if they were given the opportunity.
Bendtner, on the other hand, is also a player to whom Wenger has given too many second chances. His ego has its own zip code, while his actual playing ability barely has its own address. To put it in simpler terms, Bendtner thinks he's a lot better than he actually is.
Against Barcelona, he had a chance to score and keep Arsenal alive in the Champions League, but he controlled the pass from Wilshere extremely poorly, leaving Arsenal fans screaming "I could do better than that!"
Overall, these two under-performers are only a few examples of players that Arsene Wenger has kept too much faith in, and if he just stuck to the players that he knew would deliver, we might actually have a trophy.