Lightning, they say, never strikes in the same place twice. The truth of this is best explained for its randomness.
With regards to humans, the likelihood of an unpleasant-yet-staggering event happening within a short time is higly improbable because of the levels of preparedness and for the lingering memory.
Who wouldn't do anything to get rid of sad, hurtful memories?
This shouldn't be a riddle neither is it a rhetoric. Arsenal.
Their visit to Anfield ended in a 4 goal routing by the Scousers. The Merseysiders ran riot over their London counterparts with two goals in each half.
Though media and fans' embattled coach has come out to say that
"If some people feel as if I am the problem, then I am sorry that I am the problem," Wenger told Sky Sports.
This has stirred up the 'Wenger Out' mantra again. While the Frenchman has recently faced tauntings for his lack of transfer activities, for his trophy-lessness which has seemingly subsided because of the last 3 FA Cup triumph out of the last 4, for failure to appear in the UEFA Champions' League after regular appearances spanning 20years and for the refusal of key players to commit to new contracts despite being in the last year of their running contracts - he has added yet another reason to lose the faith and confidence of the fans and football lovers alike but he magically never loses the confidence of the Arsenal board of directors.
In this regard, Jose Mourinho - reputed for his unedited and sometimes impetuous remarks - did say every coach in the English Premiership is under pressure except for one man. His infamous spat with the Frenchman readily and convincingly, indeed, undisputably points to one else but Arsene Wenger.
This remark though never before said seem to echo the minds of a million and one person's especially fans who have indeed expanded the frontiers of their tolerance by sticking with the Gunners, perhaps not because of a lack of option but for their uneroded hopes that someday sooner than ever, the untouchable sacred coach will part ways with the clubside.
With ridiculous defeats or scandalous home losses becoming quite a regular feature of Arsenal's start to every season, arguably, this season has again witnessed another performance worthy of bringing no pride but shame to the English clubside.