'I imagine Highbury had a particular spirit. It's a cathedral, a church.
"The next evolution? Maybe I will see you in a few years and you will certainly have a European league over the weekends", Wenger said (via The Guardian). "So it was special. You do not always manage to do it unfortunately, but at least you have to give them the hope they can see something special and can be transported somewhere that they do not always experience on a daily basis".
"It's a bit odd for me [that it's his last news conference]".
Arsenal travelled to The King Power Stadium to take on a shockingly out of form Leicester side which was thrashed by Crystal Palace 5-0 before losing at home to a terribly inconsistent West Ham unit. There's a contrast there because if you look at the audiences, it is not fantastic.
The Frenchman will depart the club a year ahead of the expiration of the two year contract he signed last year despite many calling for his sack.
Laurent Koscielny heads a long list of injury absentees, but Alexandre Lacazette and Jack Wilshere could return for Arsene Wenger's final match in charge of the Gunners.
"We had to do it".
"There are some people here who I employed 20 years ago who did fight for me every single day so it is not easy to say goodbye".
These days the club aren't weighed down by the debt anymore, but they still find themselves struggling to compete financially with clubs like Manchester City.
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And given all the warm weather this time of year, you'll probably want to leave the pleather trousers at home. However, the tour announcement came with an unusual caveat - all tickets must be purchased in person.
Arsenal, one of the clubs to have dominated the Premier League during the 90s and the early 2000s, have a large fan base in the Indian subcontinent and Wenger's revelations will send undoubtedly send them into a frenzy.
"We had a double handicap. That's an issue they have to face".
Arsene Wenger has suggested Tottenham may have to sell star players such as Harry Kane in order to help cover the cost of their move into their new stadium. The prices have gone up.
"After we conceded the first goal, we went down to 10 men and we had nothing to lose so we tried to play". I saw them all when they were small and they are now massive.
"It's all there. The financial situation, we have good players, the stadium - it's all there", Wenger said.
"I have not made the decision so, at the moment, I would say yes [I will carry on in coaching], spontaneously yes". "You have to teach me that because in 22 years basically I've never been, unless with a driver. My journey was Totteridge to London Colney". "It's not far, but".
German star Mesut Ozil gave out £30,000 of his own cash to win an exclusive "Invincibles" watch at Arsenal's charity ball, The Sun reports.
Having retired from his job with Pennine Housing in Halifax two years ago at the age of 56, the lifelong Town supporter is now pursuing his dream of becoming a published author. You know, I didn't miss a training session in 22 years. "I feel at home here".