Arsene Wenger is currently saying good-bye at Arsenal and he had his last match press conference as a manager of the North Londoners today speaking ahead of the Arsenal match against Huddersfield on Sunday.
The manager has spent 22 years at Arsenal and he has received a lot of criticism in that time he has spent at the club with most of the supporters criticizing the manager for always singing under performing players but he has withheld all that pressure until this season where he has finally called it quits to end his 22-year-old reign at the club.
Arsene Wenger was asked today about what he will tell the squad as his last match talk before he leaves the Emirates Stadium in a few weeks from now and he had this to say;
“I will say to the players that the best way to prepare for the future is to win the last game and go into next season with a positive mindset.” the manager said today in the press conference.
The manager lost his penultimate match yesterday but it seems he isn’t moved by the loss because he believes that the team would have performed better if they had not obtained a red card in the first minutes of the match which totally ruined the momentum last night.
Arsene Wenger believes that a win against Huddersfield on Sunday is also essential for the team even though it won’t benefit them this season because they are stagnant in the sixth place because they didn’t out perform the other top Premier League clubs this season.
Arsene Wenger has already confirmed that he isn’t retiring from football and most of the Arsenal supporters hope that he gets his next job away from England because it will be awkward for them to face him with him being on the opposite side.
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