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Finally, something to cheer for Arsenal

He said: 'I've turned down every club in the world.' But he would've been sacked after a year at Madrid. I think I have shown you that I have exactly the same commitment. The 67-year-old Frenchman's brow has been constantly furrowed this season with intense speculation about his future overshadowing a campaign that saw the Gunners fail to finish in the top four for the first time since he took charge in 1996.



Wenger Agrees To Stay For Two More Seasons

But the season has ended with a run of six victories in May after Wenger adopted the three-man defense that has served Conte so well, until now. A controversial Alexis Sanchez goal opened proceedings for the Gunners, with referee Anthony Taylor over-ruling an offside decision having missed a handball from the Chilean in the build-up.


Joel Pereira and Scott McTominay hoping to make impact at Manchester United

Joel Pereira and Scott McTominay hoping to make impact at Manchester United

Pogba and Jesse Lingard were withdrawn before half-time with an eye on the Europa League final, but captain Wayne Rooney played all but two minutes despite Mourinho strongly suggesting he would be rested. "But my goal is to be the number one of United and hopefully I will get there and I will make sure I do that by working hard". On the other hand, Sam Allardyce named a really strong starting eleven for the game with former Red Devil Wilfried Zaha looking to help his new side ...


Jeb Bush no longer interested in buying Marlins

Jeb Bush no longer interested in buying Marlins

Bush competed for the Republican presidential nomination past year, but withdrew from the race after losing the South Carolina GOP primary. The decision by Bush to pull out of the deal came following a dispute between Bush and Jeter regarding who would be in charge of the team.



Arsene Wenger: "It's not about popularity, it's"

He has yet to announce publicly whether he will be in charge at the Emirates Stadium next season, but did admit his future would become clear following a pre-arranged meeting. Antonio Conte is a machine when it comes to winning league titles. And I don't think Arsene can let go. "We had outstanding performances", Wenger said.