Poking out of his signature knee-length coat he wore a face even more crinkled and crumpled up than usual. Arsene Wenger looked on, aghast, as his Arsenal side went behind to fourth-tier Bradford City in Tuesday's League Cup quarterfinals.
He raised his arms in disgust, failing even to begin to comprehend what was unfolding before him.
The 24,000 or so gleeful home fans in Bradford sang aloud what many were quietly wondering: "You're getting sacked in the morning."
Their barb carried some weight.
It's been seven seasons since Arsenal has won anything. And after yet another decrepit start to the Premier League campaign - Arsenal currently sits in seventh place, having risen from a tenth place last weekend - things don't look like they're going to turn anytime soon. Arsenal is into the final 16 of the UEFA Champions League but hasn't set that league on fire either. The third round of the FA Cup doesn't kick off until January, but Arsenal will have to get past Swansea City , a tric...