Starting off with good news regarding Mikel Arteta. He is recovering well from Covid-19. 

Arteta speaking about his own experience of Covid-19:- "It’s true I started having some symptoms when we got the phone call from the club to let us know that we might be exposed to the virus because of the owner of Olympiacos and in that moment… I don’t know, I felt something within me, that I had it.I had three or four days which were a little bit difficult, with a bit of a temperature and a dry cough, and some discomfort in my chest. That was it. The difficulty is that I have people at home, three kids as well and I was worried. My missus has been through it and my nanny’s been through it. Thank God, the kids never got it. We are all completely fine now."

Continuing with Arteta, it was our boss' birthday on 26th March. This were some of the tweets from the fans wishing him a Happy Birthday.

William Saliba turned 19 on 24 March. It is an understatement to say that most of us cannot wait to see William Saliba in action at the Emirates. The teenage French defender was signed last summer for around £25 million but was immediately loaned back to St. Etienne. Saliba turned 19 and despite his age, he has looked top quality this season and has been missed by Les Verts when he has been absent through injury. 

Here is how a few Arsenal fans reacted on Twitter: 

Some could not believe he is still 19.

Some called him better than VVD.

Some called him the best in the world.

The Invincibles documentary was on the Arsenal App on 27th March. Some Arsenal fans were extremely happy to relive that glorious, perfect season.

Meanwhile Arsenal Twitter admin changed the Twitter profile name from "Arsenal" to "Arsena" because Arsenal didn't register a single L that season.

Jose Antonio Reyes was remembered too;

Bellerin and Ainsley Maitland-Niles went bald(almost). This is what a fan had to say about it.

This was Aubameyang’s reaction to everyone asking him to sign a new deal with Arsenal.

That's it for this week. Big love to everyone working on the front lines during this epidemic, from doctors to nurses, to delivery men, to catering staff, cleaning staff, community workers and so on, too many to mention but they are keeping things as normal for the rest of us as they possibly can. They’re not getting bonuses, danger money or anything else. They’re just doing their jobs and they deserve our endless thanks for it. Please help them out by listening to the government, following the rules and not leave your house unless absolutely necessary. Stay home, stay safe.