Okay, we know he's officially no longer an Arsenal player, but are you going to complain if we tell a story about Santi Cazorla? Of course not.
Well, there are always one or two, but our advice to you is simply not to read on, go outside, get some fresh air, and think about life. Come back later and there will be a story that you might like. Or not. I mean, if this doesn't make you happy, there's no hope.
Either way, Santi entered the Spanish team for the first time in four years, after experiencing an absolute nightmare of injury and infection. He was eliminated 18 months after limping during a Champions League match against Ludogorets in October 2016, and some experts doubt his ability to run well again, let alone play football.
He returned to his former club Villarreal last summer and this season has made 45 appearances, scored 7 goals and offered 11 assists. You should have a cold, cold heart to stop enjoying the reunion on the field after he lost such a large part of his career.
To then finish his season with a return to the Spanish squad is great to see, and the 34 years allegedly burst into tears when he got the news.
It is a shame that we never said goodbye to him when he left without ever pulling the shirt, but there is no lack of affection from Arsenal fans towards him.
His recall also comes on the 5th anniversary of our 3-2 win over Hull City in the 2014 FA Cup final. The game had started so badly for us, but Cazorla started the comeback with a beautiful free kick, before goals from Laurent Koscielny and Aaron Ramsey ended our trophy drought.
Given the day in it, we might as well look at the highlights, and well done to Santi, what a man!