Well, it's finally here, the last Premier League game of a forgettable season.
Well, no matter how much he can frustrate at times, with his poor passes and running into defenders, Alexis Sanchez is one hell of a goal scorer and we're very lucky to have him.
As any other Arsenal fan from abroad, visiting London and watching Arsenal play was on the top of my bucket list. This month, it finally happened.
It's every Arsenal fan's favourite game of the year - Stoke away.
Arsenal kept their good run going and beat Southampton 2-0 on Wednesday night to get back to 5th place, just 3 away from the beloved top 4.
Arsenal and Manchester United have played a combined total of 69 games since the sides last played each other back in November.
It was all going so well - both United and City drew their matches, Chelsea won and ran away from Spurs for a bit, and we ONLY needed to do well and win.
Congrats, my fellow gooners, we survived yet another season!
Arsenal face Tottenham on Sunday afternoon for the first time since November and the fortunes of both sides could not be more different.
It was a really frustrating Wednesday night in London and you certainly couldn't tell it was a match between last season's champions and the runner-ups.
There haven't been many times during his spell at Arsenal when the Brazilian has been a player fans want to give some love to, but after his display against Manchester City at Wembley, that's exactly what's happening right now.
It was yet another successful trip to Wembley, our second home.
It was a rainy Monday night at the Riverside for Arsenal who came away with all three points after a tough game. So how did the players do?
Anita used to be the most positive Arsenal fan on the planet and nothing could shake her faith in Arsene Wenger...until this season.
Arsenal travel to Middlesbrough on Monday night hoping to arrest a slide of four successive away defeats.
I'm have no words for Arsenal's 'performance' against Crystal Palace.
As a last attempt to keep Alexis in Arsenal, here's a wallpaper!
It was a lovely Wednesday night at the Emirates Stadium, one like we haven't had in a while.
Over the last few years, I keep telling myself I should stop getting involved with Croatian national team and the whole shenanigans happening in Croatian football but, here I am again, talking and moaning about it.
Everything you need to know about how Arsenal and Manchester City have played since they last met
31st March marks 16 years since David Rocastle lost battle to cancer at only 33. It's the perfect time to remember his time in Arsenal.
Guys, the season is almost over - just one more to go after April!
Silly me, hoping that this set of wallpapers would come after a great league win.
Daily Cannon's graphic designer and eternal optimist is finally broken after Arsenal's disaster at West Brom.
It was another good FA Cup match for Arsenal, and slightly less frustrating than Sutton although it didn't start too well.
Well, that was embarrassing, and it had all looked so promising in the first half.
Theo Walcott joined the prestige club of players that have scored 100 goals for Arsenal.
We survived February which is right next to November when it comes to bad months for Arsenal.
Arsenal won their FA Cup game at Sutton but it was an odd match against a non-league side on an artificial pitch.
Ah, the good old times - we all love to remember them and the great players that we had.
Shall we just copy paste the ratings from last season when we lost at the same place with the same result?
Our annual Champions league match against Bayern is slowly approaching so it's the perfect time to discuss our Champions league history.
We've already stepped into February and it's not a pleasant place to be so far.
So it seems Arsenal can't do it on a rainy Tuesday night in London, especially after going down 2-0 in first 15 minutes.
Phone wallpapers are definitely something that will never stop being popular - so here I am with another bundle!
It's never boring or easy with Arsenal, is it?
The other day I asked who would you like on a wallpaper and the majority suggested Bellerin - so here he is!
Olivier Giroud - another player on the list of great buys for Arsene Wenger? Yes, definitely!
Arsenal romped home against Swansea, but how did the players do on an individual basis?
Arsenal took it as a personal challenge to make this "easy cup fixture" more entertaining for the neutrals.