Those are the thoughts of Gunners legend Ian Wright.
Arsenal host Tottenham today (12.30pm) hoping to breathe life into their season after a disappointing start.
Spurs meanwhile harbour title ambitions and they will be eager to clinch all three points, albeit they have failed to win at the Emirates, while Mauricio Pochettino has been in charge.
And Wright thinks a victory for his old club could represent a major turning point in their campaign and give them much-needed confidence.
“The outlook is bleak at Arsenal,” Wright told The Sun.
“You have players wanting to go, while some have come through and already disappeared, like Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain.
“There’s an owner who wants to take 100 per cent control so he doesn’t even have to do an AGM, let alone fail to speak to fans when they hold one.
“And then there’s the manager, who only ever seems to be one game away from total chaos.
“At times it seems the players simply aren’t responding to him.
“It’s all fine the players coming out thinking they’ve made a statement by beating the likes of Brighton or Swansea.
“It’s in the genuinely big games where they have to deliver.
“If they can do that, if they can get a result, it finally gives the fans something to look forward to and, who knows, could be a spark that leads to some momentum at long, long last.”