It doesn’t take a genius to identify that Arsenal have endured a rather big tumble from their heights of success at the start of the millennia but the details of their troubles show just how big a problem it is for the Gunners.
Last winning the title all the way back in 2004, where Arsene Wenger led his side undefeated through the entire campaign, the Gunners have struggled to remain competitive ever since across all competitions.
Since that success, Arsenal have seen Manchester City, Leicester City and Chelsea all lift their first titles, some of them going on to win more, and the Gunners faithful have grown frustrated with their worries since.
Often failing to go toe-to-toe with their rivals and secure positive results, the full details of Arsenal’s issues are astounding- particular their record at home.
Since the Invincibles season, Arsenal have played 38 home PL games against Chelsea, Liverpool & Man Utd. Won 13 Drew 14 Lost 11
— Orbinho (@Orbinho) January 16, 2017
Lasting from the final two-years at their old famous home of Highbury and into the years at the Emirates Stadium since, Arsenal’s record against the established big-four of English is woeful and desperately needs improving.