After a 5-1 drubbing in Munich three weeks ago, some thought it could not possibly get worse for Arsenal. Well, it did get worse.
After a 3-1 loss on Saturday in the Premier League to Liverpool, Arsenal saw a 1-0 lead Tuesday night turn into a second 5-1 Champions League embarrassment at the hands of Bayern Munich.
Oh, Arsenal. Going out in the Champions League round of 16 for the seventh straight year is bad enough, going out on a 10-2 aggregate score line is disastrous.
The supporters of the North London club have called for manager Arsene Wenger to be fired for several years now and each time the 67-year-old manager has been able to fend off the wolves with a Top-4 finish and Champions League qualification.
But this season looks to be different. With Arsenal currently out of the top 4, bounced from the Champions League, and their best player Alexis Sanchez seemingly looking to leave Wenger may be out of luck.
And the man who has been in charge of the club since October 1996 may have to admit that enough is enough and resign, as the calls of "Wenger Out" have grown far too loud to be ignored.