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Wenger's Arsenal future will be decided by FA Cup

20 Mai 2017

Everton manager Ronald Koeman has no new injury concerns ahead of the game.

Meanwhile, a fourth successive City victory will see them hold on to third place and go straight into next season's Champions League, while a draw would also be enough to ensure a top four finish.

The North London based outfit must win and hope that either Manchester City or Liverpool drop points. Sanchez has scored 23 of Arsenal's 74 Premier League goals this season and provided 10 assists for his team-mates, and the Chile worldwide feels his side are underachieving.

"Both have now been usurped by Tottenham's Harry Kane but the Belgian or the Chilean would strengthen their summer bargaining position if they can overhaul him".

Arsene Wenger has been under fire like never before in his 21-year reign ― and the lowest moment of all is likely to come at the Emirates Stadium this weekend.

"We have to do our job, we are professionals". When you're a football player, you ideally want to be playing in a packed stadium, but we are quite spoiled with that at Arsenal. "We do not need to look at any other game".

Arsena's Champions League future hinges on this match.

"We had him here to work for a while with the youth team", Wenger explained.

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"If we have a stronger team the expectation will be higher, that's okay".

"I don't know", Arsene Wenger shrugged. I'm the manager of Arsenal Football Club and as long as I'm manager of Arsenal Football Club, I will decide what happens on the technical front. "I have a good record against Arsenal".

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Adams won 10 major honours in a 19-year stay at the Gunners and went out in style in 2002 on the back of a league and cup double.

The Gunners boss has come in for stinging condemnation from a host of his ex-players following a poor season and has yet to publicly announce if he will remain at the helm beyond next month. Another win would give them their joint-second highest points total in the last nine seasons.

Adams worked with the Arsenal Under-18s last summer, following Thierry Henry's departure, before moving on to be sporting director of Chongqing Lifan FC in the Chinese Super League. First of all they are under contract and, secondly, they behave like they want to be at the club.

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Wenger's Arsenal future will be decided by FA Cup