It's been a season of transition for Arsenal as they enter a new era under Unai Emery. The Spaniard replaced the legendary Arsene Wenger who spent a massive 22 years in North London, leading the clubs renaissance as they became one of the Premier League's most dominant forces.
The Frenchmen had a massive input in almost every area of the club, which included their move to the Emirates Stadium back in 2006. Leaving Highbury for their new home was supposed to be the step they needed to take to re-enforce their place in Europe's elite, but as time's progressed their success has dried up somewhat.
Three FA Cups make nice reading but what the Arsenal fans want is the Premier League, a competition they haven't won since 2004. Their title drought has led to the club having to sell off some of their prized assets in recent seasons, which in-turn led to a drop off in performance and a failure to qualify for the lucrative Champions League.
Last seasons 5th placed finish - when they were just a point behind fourth placed Tottenham - meant that Arsenal won't be a part of European footballs elite for a third successive season and it's about to take its toll on the clubs accounts.
Figures from major football clubs often make interesting reading but matters at the Emirates are particularly intriguing. The Gunners are known for being shrewd spending despite being a very rich club, with controversial owner Stan Kroenke often making the headlines.
The American has a reported net worth of over $8bn so it must be frustrating for Arsenal fans to see the club sell players such as Cesc Fabregas, Robin van Persie, Samir Nasri etc in recent seasons.
Losing players of that quality was always going to have a major impact on matters on the pitch and the last three seasons have proven that, with their failure to qualify for the CL hitting the clubs finances hard.