Wenger wants anyway somewhere manager next season
Arsène Wenger will be in march or april to make a decision about his future. The Arsenal manager wants, how also not retire after this season.
“Whatever happens, I will be next season also sometime manager. Or that now, here at Arsenal or at another club,” said Wenger Friday morning at his press conference in the run-up to the FA Cup match at Sutton United on Monday night. ‘The You’s’ play in the National League, the fifth level in England.
Since the painful 5-1 beating against Bayern Munich on Wednesday in the eighth finals of the Champions League is the criticism of Wenger in the English newspapers again in full intensity cranked up. The consensus in the media is that the era of the manager over.
Summary Bayern Munich-Arsenal (5-1)
The 67-year-old Frenchman, who is in his 21st season on the bench at Arsenal, has an expiring contract at the Emirates Stadium, but there is already some time in a option or table to which commitment is extended.
“I’m used to that there is speculation about my future,” said Wenger. “I have to accept that with the job I have. If you are not all of the races wins, there is always something wrong.”
The former coach of AS Monaco and the Japanese Nagoya Grampus Eight will itself not participate in the speculation about his future. “My future is not important, it’s about the team and the club. I have a lot of opportunities had to leave, but I love this club. I think it is important that the future of Arsenal is in good hands.”
Wenger denies rumours that after the match in Munich a brisk fight was in the dressing room of Arsenal. “No, not at all. There was no incident, we were very, very disappointed.”
“We need to focus on real issues, namely our game. I hate to lose. It is difficult to a defeat to accept, but we must focus again on the next game and not too much attention to what the outside world finds us.”
“If I leave, Arsenal will not win all the matches. In the last twenty years have only Bayern Munich, Real Madrid and Arsenal every season in the Champions League, let’s not forget.”
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Paul Doswell, manager of Sutton United, in the run-up to the FA Cup duel with the ” Gunners told that he has no sympathy with his fellow Striker. “He is experienced enough, doing this job for more than twenty years,” says Doswell.
“I have absolutely no sympathy with José Mourinho, Josep Guardiola or Wenger. They work in the crazy world that is football.”