I'm talking about booing in the stadium, as well as complaining online because apparently, some footballers do read the comments on social media, Bellerin for one has said he has been upset in the past over what some fans have said. This might be solely an Arsenal thing given the highs and lows we have throughout the season and the whole Wenger issue but I'll see what everyone else thinks. Sometimes when I'm out talking about Arsenal with other supporters and to lesser extent supporters of other clubs, it is likely someone is unhappy about something. The conversation usually goes like this and I'm removing the profanity, "We just lost 3-0 to Chelsea, Wenger doesn't know what he's doing and should be sacked" - Person A "Its only October mate, get behind the team and the manager." - Person B Sometimes I get the feeling that some supporters think that you aren't a real fan unless you cheer on the team no matter what is happening on or off the pitch. Of course, some people do moan incessantly but at the same time fan unrest is one of the few ways to let a club's owner know that you aren't happy with the current state of affairs. I personally think its possible to both support the team and let it be known that you aren't happy with the way things are. But on the flip side, plenty of people get abusive when they are complaining about the team and that isn't acceptable. I never had a problem with fans booing Wenger but the abuse hurled towards him at the Stoke train station a few years ago was shameful. So, blind support or do you think its okay to voice your displeasure with the team, either at the stadium, out with friends or online.