Make no mistake about it, there is a civil war amongst Gooners these days. Its almost as bad as America in 1861.
I would love for this conflict to end, I really would.
The split between Gooners amazes and saddens me at the same time. There appears to be no middle ground although that is where I firmly sit.
Following Arsenal's 'cup collapse', like a deck of cards, tensions are running deep. Some fans are furious whereas others are more optimistic.
I suppose it depends whether your glass is half-full or half-empty. Or if you prefer a bottle then I don't know where that leaves you.
As I've said before I can understand both sides of the argument.
For me I appreciate what Wenger has done for Arsenal, is doing for Arsenal but I also acknowledge his faults too.
Despite that something needs to be done to end this 'feud' between Gooners.
How do we stop the bickering? How do we stop any more blood from being shed?
Of course winning the title should repair a lot of the damage but I still don't think that would be enough.
In this day and age most clubs out there are spending more money than Frank Lampard does on Pukka Pies and what Wayne Rooneys splashes out on granny-banging.
It makes us jealous. It does.
I admit I get envious when I see the likes of Manchester City and Chelsea weighing out for players but at the same time I'm realistic enough to know that Arsenal won't and can't spend those sorts of sums.
We are in an era where sugar-daddies don't pick up young women anymore. Instead they pull football clubs.
And I think this is the problem. Gooners just want Arsenal to spend some money.
I honestly believe that if Arsene Wenger went out and spent £50m on players this summer then the bitter split between Gooners would end. Till next summer at least.
Everything would be hunkydory.
Its apparently well documented that Arsene Wenger has money to spend but is too stubborn to spend it. I agree to a certain extent.
Personally I don't want Arsene to spend money just for the sake of it like I did at Stringfellows on my 25th. It's not big and its not clever.
But, if he pulls out the cheque book, dusts it off, and signs a few players in the summer, then I predict that there will be harmony between Gooners again.
Some will not want Wenger at the club by then but I don't go down that route.
All things need is a little freshening up and I honestly believe this summer that will happen.
If we go into next season as champions, with a couple of new players, then there will be an almighty love-in between Gooners and maybe then we can end this AKB and DAG nonsense and be united.
Keep It Goonerish..........