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Truth be told I do not know if there is another manager more frustrated than Arsene Wenger has to be this season.
It is hard to even know where to start over what a shamble Arsenal are so far this season.
An opening day draw against Newcastle which saw Gervinho red carded on his debut looks to have summed up their season so far.
Crushing defeats to Liverpool at home and then a devastating 8-2 pounding handed out from Manchester United at Old Trafford looked to hopefully be the worst of it.
Week four saw them finally get three points against Swansea, but the only reason they got them was due to an error by Michel Vorm otherwise Arsenal might not have even won that game.
Then came the September 17th trip to Blackburn. The opening 15 minutes made it seem the Gunners might just be figuring things out when Gervinho opened up his EPL account on the 10th minute.
Yakubu leveled 15 minutes later in a surprise fashion from the Everton flop, but his former teammate Mikel Arteta would score another go ahead goal on the 34th minute.
Wenger's side went into half time with a positive note for only one of a few times this season. However, it was all down hill from there.
The Gunners defense disappeared, and Alex Song scored the first of two own goals in a twenty minute period that again proved that Arsenal are in trouble.
Own goals from Song, and then Laurent Koscielny came on either side of Yakubu's second for Rovers, and the one time club of "Invincibles" were now two goals down by the 70th minute.
Marouane Chamakh would pull one back at the 85th minute, but it was not enough.
If Wenger cannot solve his clubs defensive problems then I could see him gone come January no matter how much the fans or board may love him, and despite the fact that the board say they will not sack him.