Or that would be the headline if anyone at Arsenal actually cared about the future of Arsenal Football Club.
Putting the result to one side for a second, it is an absolute disgrace that not a single member of the Arsenal board felt the need to make the trip down to Brighton to watch The Arsenal play.
In the past, board members have claimed to be the custodians of the club. Owning and running it on behalf of the fans. That is clearly no longer the case.
Back in the day, the likes of Danny Fizsman and David Dein would be seen at every game, Home and Away, over land and sea. They would even be seen at most reserve games and even some ladies matches.
So here was The Arsenal senior team, playing in the top division of England, a side in crisis, and every senior member of the club stayed away.
No Stan or Josh Kroenke (although this is not a surprise), no Ivan Gazidis, no Sir Chip Keswick or Lord Harris of Peckham. No senior Arsenal employee, or so called custodian at the game.
And that is the reason why Arsene Wenger is still in a job tonight.
If the board had anything about them, if they had any of love for the club, Wenger would be gone tonight.
You can not expect Wenger to walk away on his own accord. He is an employee of the club, on £10m a year. Why would you walk away from that? Even if he is already a rich man, he wants to be even richer. He will still until he is sacked. Until he gets his contract paid in full. He won’t walk.
That leaves it to the board. The absent board. People who are more interested in their own pay cheque (Gazidis) or sipping whiskey and smoking cigars in their old boys club (Keswick and Harris). They are just as culpable for the situation Arsenal are in as the manager.
4 defeats in a row; 8 defeats in 2018. It is March.
Any other club would be sacking the manager on the way home. But not Arsenal, not with our board that does not really care.
They will hide behind the Europa League. Behind AC Milan on Thursday. A game they will probably not even be at (unless their wives want to go shopping in Milan).
You could argue that as Raul Sanllehi has only just begun his job as Head of Football Relations, that it would be down to him to sack Wenger. And that he is 2 weeks into the job and should be given time.
But this would just represent more passing of the buck from the gutless board. That they have done nothing previously when it was their job, and have taken at least 5 years to get a serious football man above Arsene Wenger. Now they will hide behind this man so that they do not have to make a decision.
Arsenal are broke. The manager needs to go, we are performing poorly on the pitch and off the pitch.
Wenger is only part of the problem. The absent board members have a lot to answer for – and will refuse to answer anything.