Published: Tue, March 21, 2017
Sport | By Desiree Waters

Arsenal manager latest: Potential Arsene Wenger replacement rules himself out of running

Arsenal manager latest: Potential Arsene Wenger replacement rules himself out of running

But having been at the club since 1996, Arsenal are the only Premier League team Wenger has known, and even his staunchest critics can't deny the success he's brought to the club.

Wenger stated after the match that he has made up his mind on whether or not he will stay at Emirates Stadium, but although speculation suggests he will sign a new contract, he would not confirm his plans in public.

Arsenal were beaten 3-1 by West Brom at the Hawthorns on Saturday afternoon and the result saw the Gunners slump to sixth in the Premier League table.

"I'll be surprised if he goes", Pulis told The Sun.

Wenger said this weekend that his future does not depend on qualifying for the Champions League next season, but Giroud hopes to take that out of the equation by securing a top-four finish.

Fans chartered an aeroplane to fly over the Hawthorns trailing a banner calling for Wenger's resignation, a move which has followed a noticeable increase in the number of "Wenger Out" banners being held up at games.

Arsene Wenger says Champions League qualification has not influenced his decision on his future amid reports that he would like to stay on as Arsenal manager. The reports, which all say almost the same thing, indicating a club briefing, state that the club have not revoked the offer of a two-year contract, though continue to insist that any decision will be "mutual".

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"My decision will not necessarily be linked with that because I've done the top four 20 times".

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Arsenal's downfall once again was its porous defense with Craig Dawson heading in twice from corners on another day of protests against Wenger.

The biggest problem for the club, or better said, for Wenger, right now is Mesut Ozil.

"We will have a big fight, I agree, for the Champions League and it will be very hard now". "I've talked enough about that".

"At what point do Arsenal fans wake up to the fact Wenger's excuses are now utterly ridiculous and he is making our club look utterly ridiculous". "If you are asking me what Arsenal should or shouldn't do I'm the wrong person".

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