Always encouraged Arsenal to organise tours to India, says Arsene Wenger

Doug Mendoza
May 16, 2018

After 22 years in charge, it will be Arsene Wenger's final match as manager.

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"Arsenal needs a really big tackler", said Campbell to Sky Sports. The big clubs say: 'So we have to share the money but nobody is interested in you?' The Champions League doesn't sell well any more. He has also brought Juve to two Champions League finals. But as well I would say to respect what has been built here and what people care about. Arsenal last had such a run of defeats in 1966.

"I would say it is a county with a special culture", Wenger responded when asked what it was that draws him to the Asian nation. I get so many messages from players, that are not about the trophies we won together, they are more about the human aspect.

"You see on Sunday when you speak about the goodbye I had with the fans is that some of the fans won't agree always with my decisions but I think they respected one thing - that I was honest, loyal and committed to the values of the club". The idea that you want to give from the game you love.

"Taking Arsenal to a different level from all this year, dedicating his life and not only his job, time at the club but all his life for this fantastic club and he's the kind of person that will be missed in football but I hope he is still somehow in the game". All that together you would want to be remembered for.

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