If you really wanted too, I suppose, some would feel you could probably drop the 'C' bomb on the season too.
Now I won't drop that word onto the club because I can't physically say the 'C' word and Arsenal in the same sentence but I know plenty of people who can.
The season has been horrible to watch as it unfolds but there is still a Champions League tie (albeit a slimmer than Victoria Beckham chance) to turn round and a top four race to win.
Of course I don't expect AC Milan to turn into Blackburn Rovers overnight, and I know finishing fourth isn't exactly a huge deal to brag about but, unfortunately, its the hand we've been dealt with.
Because of the way the season has panned out there seems to be a band-wagon forming that Arsene Wenger's time at the club is up.
Frustrations amongst some of the Gooner community is at boiling point and could almost be as hot as Rihanna in lacy underwear.
I don't like this band-wagon because, in my opinion, Arsene Wenger deserves a lot more respect than being hounded out of the club after what he has done for us.
If you feel the final nail should be blasted into his Arsenal coffin then that is your opinion. But don't start calling him names and ridiculing the man because he is worth more than that.
Admittedly the last few years have been testing as an Arsenal supporter. Being trophy-less for so long has been a grind and Wenger has been a reason for that.
But, we have been spoilt by the Wenger years when we won trophies and now things have changed, and we aren't winning things, people are spitting their dummies out.
Arsenal have no divine right to win anything. Most of the time we can't even win the Emirates Cup, a cup we invented.
And of course its nice to be challenging for silverware, and I have no doubt Wenger could have done things better to do so, but at the moment we aren't, and at the first sign of a truly bad season under the Frenchman, people want him out.
I'm not naive and I know that this feeling towards Arsene has been building up over the years but who's to say sacking him is the right idea?
It may very well be. We could get rid of him and be rejuvenated like Sunderland have been under Martin O'Neill, a new boss, but at the same time it could backfire and be the worst thing we've ever done.
My money is on it being the worst thing.
As I've said these years have been testing but for me, and I might be wrong, it is showing the supporters of Arsenal and the fans of the club.
I support Arsenal through thick and thin. I'm as frustrated as the next Gooner about the way things at the moment but even if we were relegated through the divisions to League 2 I would still love the club.
I wonder if some Gooners out there could say the same?
Many of the Arsenal fans out there become fans of the club because of Arsene Wenger, when we were constantly winnings things and challenging for honours. Now there is a tough and lean spell at the club they don't like it.
I am not tarring all Arsenal supporters with the same brush. There is probably a lot of Gooners who have supported Arsenal for a long time who may feel the same.
But they would support the club, like they have before, through these difficult moments.
The way some Gooners talk about Arsenal and Arsene Wenger can get my back up. I admit Wenger isn't blameless for the barren spell we are having. He could actually take most of the blame.
But its during times like this we see the Gooners who make us proud.
Part and parcel of supporting a football is taking the rough with the smooth. Being there through the good times and the bad. Its like a marriage. For better or worse.
All the ridiculing, the name calling, saying the club is terrible, all it does is make me love Arsenal even more and want to defend it. Like a wife.
And I'd defend it all the way to League 2 and beyond.
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