Arsene Wenger says Arsenal supporters' lack of unity was hard to watch

Arsene Wenger says Arsenal supporters' lack of unity was hard to watch

Arsene Wenger says Arsenal supporters' lack of unity was hard to watch

"Everyone who loves Arsenal and everyone who loves football owes him a debt of gratitude", said Kroenke.

Arsene Wenger has suggested that he took the momentous decision to leave Arsenal because he feared that the often angry disunity over his presence as manager was harming the club's global image. But I believe this club is respected all over the world, much more than in England.

The Gunners finished outside the top four last term for the first time since Wenger arrived at the club, and are now in sixth place, 11 points behind fourth-placed Tottenham, with four matches remaining. Our fans did not give the image of unity I want at the club all over the world. All our clubs have a responsibility for that.

"It's nice. You want your fans to be happy and if I can be happy sometimes, it's good as well!"

"But my job is not to select the next manager".

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'My job is to take care of the team, of the results and of the finances in the transfers. "I feel I created a knowledge and a history for this club", he said.

'If you speak about emotions, that (managing against Arsenal) will certainly be emotionally hard, ' said Wenger. "He has an X-ray, but I don't know how bad it is".

Arsenal scored three goals in the final eight minutes as manager Arsene Wenger marked his penultimate home Premier League match in charge with a crushing 4-1 win over West Ham United in a London derby at the Emirates Stadium yesterday.

Wenger also claimed that having seen so many kind words written about him in the past few days was like being at his own funeral - but that will not deter his players from giving him a send-off of their own. My target was always to do that and give continuity to the guy who comes in after me so we can be better in the next 20 years. Because he deserves it, he deserves everything he gets, all the plaudits and all the recognition for all the great work he's done over the years. Hopefully we can finish off the season on a high. With AP Photos.Manchester City's Premier League title celebrations have continued with fans invading the field in a good-natured celebration after a 5-0 win over Swansea.

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