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Wenger doesn't want to betray Arsenal

16 May 2018
Wenger doesn't want to betray Arsenal

"It's going to be a bit hard because it's a group who have been suffering recently, especially in the league".

The 68-year-old saw out his Arsenal career against Huddersfield with a 1-0 win, ending his reign after 1235 games and being celebrated as Arsenal's greatest ever manager.

"It worked out well because Herbert Chapman, possibly our greatest manager, came from here".

That said, we know that you - the brainy and attractive visitor to FourFourTwo.com - have a superb knowledge of all things football. "There was a photo just in front of the dressing room where Chapman smiled at me", noted Wenger.

Chapman was tempted into leaving Huddersfield to take charge of Arsenal in 1925 after setting the West Yorkshire club on their way to a historic hat-trick of league titles.

It says something about the rich variety of clubs in England's top tier that after Arsene Wenger rocked up to Highbury in 1996, 47 different clubs featured in the Premier League. "I don't think about stopping coaching". Maybe I don't envisage that at the moment.

"I have no offer", he told Cadena SER. "Possibilities open up that can be concrete or not". I had many offers. "So for me to come here on the last day had a special meaning", he said. I want the best for my friends, and he's a friend of mine, and I want the best.

He retired two years ago to join Pep Guardiola's coaching team at Manchester City and helped deliver the Premier League title to the Etihad Stadium this season.

It's a fearless, new, exciting and uncertain world for Arsenal and Arsenal fans, but after complaints about all the old familiar failings, isn't that exactly what people wanted? "As I said in my speech on the pitch after the Burnley game, I'm a fan above all". "I believe that it was a human adventure for 22 years, and I wish everyone well and a lot of success to my club in the future". The greeting 'Arsene Who?' said more about English football's ignorance than his own CV. To enjoy it we had to win it, winning football games is what makes me happy and the boys did it.

Terriers fans' celebrations made for a carnival atmosphere in the sun and Wagner was delighted his club had played a part in Wenger's send-off.

"Messi as well, because we were interested in him".

But the Bundesliga side insisted on Tuesday that he will be going nowhere.