After defeat at Goodison Park and Anfield could Arsenal get things back on track against West Ham?
Well the only small positive we could take from this season was the unbeaten record at the Emirates.
But this afternoon at team who started the day second from bottom ended that run.
Could things get any worse?
I could go into detail about how Arsenal dominated the match but in the end wastefulness in front of goal cost Arsenal yet again. Although credit to Arsene, he dropped Aliadiere and Baptista to the bench.
But Adebayor was supported by Rosicky, Freddie & Hleb – hardly prolific in front of goal this season!
The ironic thing was that despite the injuries to Henry and Van Persie, you would say that Arsenal had the strongest possible team out on the pitch against West Ham.
The starting line-up was:
Lehmann, Eboue, Clichy, Toure, Gallas, Fabregas, Gilberto, Freddie, Hleb, Rosicky & Abebayor.
You couldn’t get any stronger than that really.
Arsenal had 25 shots and 11 of those were on target, while West Ham had 5 shots in the entire game.
But I suppose that’s been the story of our season.