"It was a mental test, but we succeeded." (Wenger, after Arsenal drew 3-3 with Bournemouth) In Wenger's eyes, Arsenal falling further behind in the title race and embarrassing themselves against a team that, in former years, he would have expected to trounce, is a success. We all know that Wenger has suffered from selective-blindness throughout his entire career. God alone only knows the number of off-sides, swan-dives, and handballs he's failed to see, even when they have happened right in front of him! But does he truly believe that, last night against Bournemouth, Arsenal succeeded? If he does - and I think he does - how can a man with such a view on things possibly be expected to win the title? Surely, it is time for Wenger to be sacked? Your views, please, lads. And definitely no wumming for this one.