Published: Fri, May 11, 2018
World News | By Laverne Osborne

Arsene Wenger urges successor to 'respect' Arsenal values

Arsene Wenger urges successor to 'respect' Arsenal values

Wenger spelled out his vision for the future of European football ahead of his final game as Arsenal manager, and also said the Premier League would have to shrink from 20 teams to 16 if it comes true.

Wenger is set to depart with the club finishing in sixth, the lowest position of his reign, and with no silverware following their Europa League semi-final exit at the hands of Atletico Madrid last week.

"It's a shame because I brought him here and I love the player and the person as well of course".

And other "Wenger outside" supporters, they have finally got their wish as the long-time Arsenal boss will finish his 22-year tenure this summer as he prepares to step down after making an official statement last month. On Thursday, I will come back and clear my office, ' said Wenger.

"I don't know if you can imagine but at 33 years of age I was responsible for a top team in France and I'm 68 today and I never stopped".

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Shortly after he announced his end-of-season departure, there were reports that a number of clubs, including Paris Saint-Germain, were interested in his service.

Goals from Super Eagles forward Kelechi Iheanacho, Jamie Vardy (penalty) and Riyad Mahrez, secured Leicester's first Premier League win against Arsenal since 1994. "It destroys me because we were in front of the rest of the world, and now we want to be behind". Control the animal that is inside you.

"Because there was more questioning as well, you do not feel the same adhesion to what you do and when you stay here for such a long period you question yourself 'is it time now to go or not?".

"Will I manage England one day?"

"It was nice to start a game for Leicester and I think we did well and deserved a result", Jakupović told LCFC TV after the game.

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