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I am still the right man to lead Arsenal, says Arsene Wenger

I am still the right man to lead Arsenal, says Arsene Wenger

Aaron Ramsey, who scored the winning goal to deny English Premier League champion Chelsea a double, certainly hopes there isn't change in the dugout. "So that means it's a special night for me". "Now the most important thing is to give a correct evaluation for our season because, for me, it was incredible".



Arsene Wenger: Arsenal manager agrees two-year contract

I don't blame the Arsenal board for offering him a new deal, I blame him for choosing to stay on, ' Cascarino wrote in The Times. Wenger, 67, had come in for criticism after a run of seven defeats in 12 games saw the Gunners drop out of the Premier League title race and suffer humiliation in the Champions League as they were thrashed 10-2 on aggregate by Bayern Munich.



Wenger signs new two-year contract with Arsenal

They have been close to success in the Premier League in recent years, but the flaws in the squad continually scupper title ambitions, and as the man who identifies players, signs and selects them, Wenger can not escape culpability. "Of course we'll try to strengthen our squad to be stronger next season, but we want to be faithful to the way we want to play the game", he said. Wenger's ability to find some form in a disastrous season is promising, although only slightly, and support of the ...


Jimi Manuwa and Volkan Oezdemir Set to Meet at UFC 214

Jimi Manuwa and Volkan Oezdemir Set to Meet at UFC 214

Though the UFC has sought to add another title fight to UFC 214 , with a women's featherweight bout between champion Germaine de Randamie and Orange County-trained top challenger Cris "Cyborg" Justino being most appetizing, De Randamie has criticized Justino's past use of performance-enhancing drugs and said she'd rather not fight her.


Arsene Wenger to continue as Arsenal coach

Arsene Wenger to continue as Arsenal coach

Few gave them a chance heading into the game though, with Antonio Conte's side so dominant in the Premier League and full of confidence, while the pressure was on Arsene Wenger and his players after a dismal campaign on various fronts. The Gunners were the first top-flight team to achieve the feat since Preston North End had managed it 115 years prior and the first to do so in the 38-game era.