It has taken me a few hours to pen this such was my anger, I wanted to avoid going off on a rant and just ripping the team to pieces and hopefully, I have succeeded in that.
I am not interested in what Chelsea, Man Utd and Tottenham have done or not done over the last month, I am only interested in what we have done.
Which is to throw away a viable route to the Champions League via the Premier League and give ourselves the comfort of focussing on the Europa League and not because it gets us into next seasons premier European competition but because we would be winning a major piece of silverware.
Instead, we are now primarily looking at the Europa League as a vehicle into the Champions League and not as another trophy to add to the cabinet.
So that is where we are and there is no point moaning about it or attacking the players and management because all that does is undermine their confidence and focus.
Trust me, there will be time for a post mortem and that time is not now.
The one positive from this season I can hang on to is that we are two different teams when it comes to the Premier League and Europa League.
In the Premier League, we are bottle jobs, there, I said it.
But in the Europa League, we are a different beast, we are confident and have a sense of invincibility about us, I mean, we went to Italy and beat the second best team in Serie A on their own patch and not in a lucky way but in an organised calculated way.
We came back from being a goal down against Valencia last Thursday to beat them 3-1, would the Arsenal Premier League team have done that? I don’t think so.
Maybe it is something to do with Unai Emery, he did go an entire season without an away win with Sevilla and yet won the Europa League on multiple occasions.
Our domestic away record does not transfer to the Europa League and that gives me every confidence that we will be able to defend a two-goal lead at the Mestalla.
And that is where I am right now, angry yes but that is now compartmentalised and will be brought back out at certain moments but tonight I am going to bed dreaming of Europa League success and not what happened today.
And that is what I urge all Arsenal fans to do.