Euro super league will beat EPLl: Wenger

Euro super league will beat EPLl: Wenger

Euro super league will beat EPLl: Wenger

"See what he has done for the club in all those years, it's incredible and wonderful".

While Huddersfield set about organising the mawkish tribute, those behind the scenes at Arsenal are setting about finding his successor, and a report in The Times today claims that they have set their sights on one man.

"It was spontaneous", he revealed after the game. I get so many messages from players, that are not about the trophies we won together, they are more about the human aspect. "It's part of the respect". So we have to share the money but nobody is interested in you?

The north London outfit will finish in sixth place in the Premier League table but the Gunners will want to see out Wenger's reign in a fitting manner.

Two planes were flown over the John Smith's Stadium praising Wenger for his efforts.

Outgoing Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger says the introduction of a European super league, resisted for years by football's authorities, is "inevitable" and says Premier League matches will ultimately be moved to midweek.

Wenger even suggested he felt like a portrait of Chapman hanging outside the dressing rooms tipped him a smile as he headed out for his final game.

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I've been hitting him a bit in recent years, but I had to be honest.

After 7,895 days and 1,235 games, it was "au revoir" to Wenger as the Frenchman took charge of Arsenal for the last time.

Arsenal travel to Huddersfield on Sunday for their final game of the Premier League season. Manager David Wagner also gave Wenger a gift.

Wagner presented Wenger with a commemorative shirt ahead of his final game as Arsenal boss.

The German then presented Wenger with a commemorative shirt and programme before both sets of players formed a guard of honour as he emerged from the tunnel one final time.

His Gunners journey nearly at an end, Wenger returned to the pitch long after the final whistle and sought out the last remaining Arsenal fans.

Wenger has tried to stay focused on football, but he conceded it hasn't always been easy amid all the nostalgia triggered by his impending departure.

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