Arsenal will find it hard to replace Wenger - Gilberto Silva

Arsenal will find it hard to replace Wenger - Gilberto Silva

Unfortunately, the clear dissipation of confidence from the squad has meant that rather than beat teams below them in the table, Arsenal have struggled to muster anywhere near the sort of performances necessary to even seal a point.

"For 22 years, what this guy has done not just for Arsenal, but for English football, people should remember", Clichy told the Guardian.

When the German took charge in November 2015 the Terriers were 18th in the Championship and their prospects of becoming a Premier League club anytime soon were about as promising as their new manager's chances of being recognised in the street.

Wenger spoke on a range of topics in front of the assembled press and, answering the question of which result would he change if he could, claimed "the last pain is the biggest one" - referencing his side's Europa League semi final exit to Atletico Madrid last month.

Yet despite boasting the third-best attacking record in the division, Campbell feels Arsenal can still get a lot more out of January signing Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang. Even with my experience, when it was 1-0 in the second half [of the first leg] I never thought it would finish 1-1. "That's an issue they have to face".

Vardy, however, restored Leicester's lead when he converted a spot-kick after Demarai Gray was fouled for his sixth goal in as many Premier League games against Arsenal. The Emirates for me was like buying a new house.

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"We had a double handicap".

"A £10m player when we built the stadium was huge".

"If you look at the ownership when I arrived and what it is today, it has become completely world-wide", Wenger said. We were close a few times, but it never happened.

"I have 20,000 trees out there and I saw everyone like that [pointing to the ground]", he said. Honestly, I can't give you an answer.

'I lived right here for 22 years, my daughter has spent her complete life right here, she goes to school right here.

It was titled "I don't want it to end", and talked about what the Terriers would have to do against Arsenal to stay up and what we'd be missing if we didn't manage it. "My journey was Totteridge to London Colney".