Arsene Wenger has lived and breathed Arsenal for the last 22 years, and he sounds very sad that he has been forced out of the club. One thing is for sure his Autobiography on his time at Arsenal will be an amazing best seller, but when asked if he would reveal details about his departure he said he would do nothing but his best for the club until the end of the season. Wenger said: “I will come out on that a bit later, but I think at the moment it’s important to focus on what matters to people who love Arsenal, and that means the results of the next games.
“[Reveal more] after the game? No. I think after this game we have another game. At the end of the season, maybe [I reveal more].
“I believe what is interesting for people is to know who is in charge of the team and the future of the club.
“I feel I have dedicated my whole life to making this club a solid club with a strong foundation and in a healthy situation.
“I always said I wanted to leave the club with an opportunity for the guy who comes in to find a solid and ambitious club, and that’s what I will do until the last day of my career here.”
“First of all, I’m focused on the game because at the end of the day my job is to win the next game and we have to make separation between feelings and the emotions that can come with such a decision. What’s important is the job and I want to do well until the end.”
It is a great shame that what he has done was not quite what the fans wanted especially for the fans at the Emirates, despite having the second best home record in the League. To be fair, I think that some of the players let him down this season and had their own personal issues, but the fact is that the Boss lost the ability to inspire the players any more away from home, and he can’t understand the reasons either.
Whatever the reasons, we all have to admit that he always did what he thought was right for Arsenal, and he always tried to entertain us. It’s a shame it had to end this way, but thanks for the memories.
Maybe we can win the Europa League so he can leave with his head held high….