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Arsene Wenger names Arsenal starlets who will make Gunners team next season

14 Mai 2018

Arsene Wenger admitted it was hard to keep his emotions in check as the Arsenal manager brought the curtain down on his 22-year reign with a 1-0 win at Huddersfield on Sunday.

PSG failed to make an impact in the Champions League after suffering painful exits at the last-16 stage to Spanish opposition in both seasons.

"I will say to the players the best way to prepare the future is win the next game and go into a positive mind into next season", he said.

Such a scenario would mean a massive reformation of the game, as the lucrative Champions League now schedules its games for Tuesdays and Wednesday evenings, with a majority of domestic league games played on the weekend.

Arsene Wenger has refused to rule out taking up a directorial role at another club amid reports Paris Saint-Germain want to hire him as a general manager.

"I was in the centre circle with Arsene and I looked across to the dugouts and said how unusually far apart they were". Words don't describe enough how big this achievement is, which he has done for his football club and football in this country.

"With the results we won three Premier League titles, played 49 games unbeaten and I'm very proud to have won seven FA Cups too".

Chris Hughton's Brighton have played with freedom since securing survival and can give them a spot of trouble, but we fancy the home side to put in a strong showing ahead of their continental date with destiny.

And just as a way of returning the favour, Wenger was full of praise for Huddersfield and what they've achieved this season.

January signing Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has scored nine Premier League goals for Arsenal, a tally only bettered over the same period by Liverpool's Mohamed Salah, with 12. But as well I would say to respect what has been built here and what people care about. It's been a rip-roaring ride for our free-to-play £10K predictor, with a few near misses and one superb victor in Adrian Bolger.

An undeniable bi-product of Arsenal's demise in more recent years though is that fans such as Robbie Robjant, a 15-year-old Gooner, have no clear memory of Arsenal winning the league. That's why now, theses sides have survived. "We know we have the quality to create and score goals, which we did, but their second goal killed the game".

Arsene Wenger names Arsenal starlets who will make Gunners team next season