dglobalnews.com Wenger reveals when he will have Arsenal showdown talks
Published: Tue, May 23, 2017
Sports | By Jeannette Edwards

Wenger reveals when he will have Arsenal showdown talks

To compound matters, Laurent Koscielny's red card will now mean that the French defedner has to miss the FA Cup final against Chelsea at Wembley.

Wenger chose not to join his players on the traditional end-of-season lap of honour after the victory over Everton but it was majority owner Stan Kroenke who took the brunt of the criticism from the fans.

"For years this club (City) was not playing in Europe, and now we've been there seven years. I am very proud of what they have done, the way they responded and finished the season".

City were already 4-0 up at the break at Vicarage Road and finish the season with 78 points, ahead of Liverpool and Arsenal and behind Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur.

Kane scored a hat-trick as Tottenham demolished Hull City 7-1, and the England global is the league's top scorer, with Mauricio Pochettino's men finishing second in the Premier League in large part to Kane's goals.

'With the ridiculous situation of the pressure Arsene is under, I just wonder if they realise the job he's done, ' he said. It is the pinnacle of club football and is the competition that every player from across the world wants to, not only play in, but also win.

"You have certainly to know that there are many aspects of a football club which have to be discussed at a board meeting".

Arsenal's 10 men prevailed courtesy of goals from Hector Bellerin, Alexis Sanchez and Aaron Ramsey, with Romelu Lukaku replying from the penalty spot. Klopp's side have been outside the top four only twice since September, the last occasion coming in February, so it is not as though their league position is not well-deserved.

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Fellow centre-back Gabriel came off with a knee injury and Arsene Wenger said he was not optimistic that he would be able to recover in time.

Wenger was asked whether he accepted the responsibility for being a cause of the negative mood.

"It was a good start in the game but then it became a little bit more stiff", said Klopp.

"With the history, the manager and the players at this club, it's slightly disrespectful if the only reason you come is that".

On his ambitions for the close-season transfer window, Koeman said: "First of all we need more numbers in to be prepared for a long, tough season with different competitions".

"It's a step forward and I think we're going in the right direction".

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