Jack Wilshere's rotten luck with injuries continues, with The BBC reporting he has suffered a hairline fracture of his ankle.
This is the 10th ankle injury of the 23-year-old's career, and a major blow to his own personal ambitions this coming season.
It is expected he will be out of action for several weeks, at least into late September.
While most Arsenal fans will be feeling frustration and sadness for Wilshere, the mood across town among rivals Spurs is the very opposite.
Wilshere made himself public enemy number one among the Tottenham support - if he was not already - by taunting them during Arsenal's FA Cup winning parade.
The Arsenal midfielder was charged with misconduct by the FA, said to have brought the game into disrepute for his chant against Spurs, which saw him swear.
Wilshere was later pushed into making an apology, but this was directed towards his club for disappointing them, rather than to Tottenham fans.
There is no sympathy from Spurs fans whatsoever regarding his latest injury setback, as perhaps he may expect, with supporters taking to Twitter to gleefully mock the England international.
Here's a look at what they had to say...