Arsene Wenger fears he will be forced to retire due to age discrimination


Arsene Wenger to consider executive role after retiring as Arsenal manager

Arsene Wenger has said he may end his managerial career once he ends his tenure as Arsenal boss at the end of this season. The Frenchman is due to leave Arsenal after 22 years in charge but plans to continue working in some capacity. Wenger, 68, has been linked with a host of positions with Everton, Paris Saint-Germain and the France national team rumored to have presented him with offers.

“Maybe with a distance, I will think, ‘no, maybe it’s a time to change a little bit direction’,’ said Wenger. ‘That’s what I have to decide. This has been a fantastic period for me but I have to turn the page and go for the next challenge.”

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“For sure I will be active – my brain demands work. I like the English saying, ‘You have to live every day like it is your last’. One day you will be right.”

Wenger thinks his age may be an issue.

“I don’t look very good on the beach,” said Wenger. “I like green grass. “I like to work on it every day. I didn’t miss a training session in 22 years. I never stayed in my office. That is something that I will miss. ‘I keep myself fit. We have staff games – I can still play. I would pick myself every week. People look at your age and make an issue of it. ‘It becomes a bit discrimination. They don’t really look how you work and perform. They look, “Oh he is old”. I can understand that as I thought the same when I was young.”

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Arsenal's French manager Arsene Wenger holds a trophy he was presented with after the match between Arsenal and Burnley at the Emirates Stadium in London, Sunday, May 6, 2018. The match is Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger's last home game in charge after announcing in April he will stand down as Arsenal coach at the end of the season after nearly 22 years at the helm. (AP Photo/Matt Dunham)


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Atletico Madrid’s Diego Costa scores the only goal of the UEFA Europa League Semi Final second leg match between Atletico Madrid and Arsenal FC at Estadio Wanda Metropolitano on May 3, 2018 in Madrid, Spain

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“I’m very positive, I believe in the team and I have a certainty that we will give everything we have in the tank tonight. We will take responsibility to build the game. We have to take the game to them and we know they will try to hit us on the break. But the only way to score is to play with the handbrake off,” said Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger before the match.

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However, Arsenal was eliminated in the Europa League semis by Atletico Madrid. The Gunners Champions League hopes are gone along with any hope for Arsenal of finishing in the top four of the England Premier League Table. It will be a tough end to Arsene Wenger's tenure at the Emirates as he retires at the end of the season.

Giant Spanish La Liga club Atletico Madrid is through to the Europa League final, and Arsenal's hopes of winning the Europa League Cup in order to secure a Champions League spot next season have vanished. After a 1-1 draw in the first leg at the Emirates a week ago, it was a Diego Costa goal late in the first half that sent the Spanish team through with a 1-0 victory. Atletico will battle Marseille in the final after the French club scored an extra-time goal at Red Bull Salzburg to go through 3-2 on aggregate. In a match that saw both teams with plenty of opportunities to score, Costa took his great chance off a fine ball from Antoine Griezmann just before the break. The victory was deserved by Diego Simeone's side, as the manager watched the match from the stands due to suspension. But for Arsenal, it's a defeat that really hurts, ending their goal of qualifying for the Champions League next season. It will be a new era at Arsenal next season with Arsene Wenger stepping down, and the team is currently on track to qualify for next season's Europa League while looking for their new manager.

Arsene Wenger's Arsenal were dumped out of the Europa League by Chelsea star Diego Costa who scored the only goal of the match just before half-time following a mix up in the Arsenal defense. The Gunners rallied in the second half but couldn’t find an elusive equaliser. Speaking after the game, Wenger who is leaving Arsenal after 22 years talked about the loss and his feelings.

"It was a similar game to what we had in the first leg,” said Wenger. “The dangerous situations we created were there but we missed something in both boxes. We played a good team and good luck to them in the final but we feel we did enough to go through. We didn’t manage the important moments of either game well. We were 1-0 up with ten minutes to go at home, and then we conceded a stupid goal. Tonight we looked OK and then conceded on the counter-attack. The suffering is tough tonight. Atletico played with fear in the first half that if we score they could be out, but once they scored they played with a cushion. We lost possession and Diego Costa is one of the best strikers in the world. It is very very sad but unfortunately, you have to go through this in our game. It can be very cruel but sometimes it is nice. The suffering is tough tonight."

After hosting Burnley on Sunday, Wenger’s men face Leicester next Wednesday before an away game at Huddersfield to finish their season.

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Europa League Semifinals Squads for Atletico Madrid v Arsenal

Atletico: Oblak; Partey, Gimenez, Godin, Lucas; Vitolo, Saul, Gabi, Koke; Costa, Griezmann. Subs: Werner, Filipe Luis, Savic, Olabe, Torres, Correa, Gameiro

Arsenal: Ospina; Bellerin, Mustafi, Koscielny, Monreal; Ramsey, Xhaka, Wilshere; Welbeck, Ozil; Lacazette Subs: Cech, Iwobi, Chambers, Maitland-Niles, Kolasinac, Nketiah, Mkhitaryan

Referee: G Rocchi (Italy)

“I came out of the first game with huge frustration and also with belief that we created so many chances that we have a good opportunity to go away and do the same again. We can score against any team in the world if we play well, “ said Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger before the game.

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World-class Manchester United goalkeeper David de Gea is not leaving, says Jose Mourinho. Mourinho says there is "no chance" David de Gea will leave Man United this summer. De Gea is competing in his seventh season at United, his best campaign at Old Trafford to date. The No.1 goalie will reportedly be offered a new five-year contract by the Red Devils. Spain La Liga giant club Real Madrid previously chased De Gea but have turned their attention to Chelsea's goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois. Asked if De Gea could leave United this summer, Mourinho said: "No chance." Mourinho defended his decision to sign Alexis Sanchez from Arsenal, who face arch-rivals Manchester United at Old Trafford on Sunday, Jose Mourinho says United will give retiring Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger a respectful send-off when they meet at Old Trafford this Sunday. Sanchez scored in United's FA Cup semi-final victory over Tottenham last weekend, but Mourinho said he never had any doubt over the transfer.

Manager Jose Mourinho’s Manchester United side takes on old rivals Arsene Wenger and Arsenal on Sunday in the Premier League. Ahead of the clash, Mourinho gave his opinion of his time at Old Trafford.

"I was always very Portuguese in the sense that I'm always ready to discover and try new things, always ready to change country, to change club, to change culture, to change everything in the search of new things," said Mourinho. "I did all of that. So when I came in this period to Manchester United I was ready for this and I knew it was not to come and have simultaneous success. But, in spite of it, three trophies, three finals, probably a third or fourth in worst case scenario. Not bad."

Mourinho stressed that changing and improving United's fortunes is a work in progress but Jose believes his achievements are "not bad" considering the scale of the challenge. Mourinho succeeded Louis van Gaal (who may replace Arsene Wenger at Arsenal) in May 2016 and won the EFL Cup to become the first manager in Manchester United history to win a trophy in his debut season at the club. Europa League glory in Stockholm followed in May 2017 to earn Man United a spot in the Champions League and take Mourinho's trophy haul to three, alongside August's Community Shield victory. Mourinho will take his side back to Wembley for the FA Cup final against Chelsea Fc on May 19th. 

United currently are 2nd in the Premier League, 16 points behind current champions Manchester City, a major improvement on last season's 6th place finish. And, with the chance to get their hands on another piece of silverware in the FA Cup Final , Mourinho is content with what he has achieved so far.

"I knew the club I was coming to," said Mourinho. "I know that one thing is to go to a club that is prepared to win and you just need to arrive and give the last touches, to give your personal quality, personal knowledge and the team, and the club, is ready just for the last click. "I knew that was not the case at United. The owners knew that. The CEO, he knew that. So when the question was, in this period of my career, am I ready for this kind of job? Yes, I am ready because my career was about new things all the time."

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"He was playing in the Premier League for years," said Mourinho. "We all know how good he was, that's why he was chased by many teams I believe. That's why we fought to have him here and I was sure he was the right player not just by his typical playing qualities but by his mentality. We needed that, a bit more experience, mental aggressiveness. It was now or never so it was now."

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Vrsaljko (Dismissed at 10' minutes)

Arsene Wenger’s Arsenal side wasted a golden opportunity to put themselves well ahead on the road to the 2018 Europa League Final after conceding a devastating late equalizer against 10-man Atletico Madrid in the first leg of their semi-final tie. The Gunners led 1-0 through Alexandre Lacazette and were in control against a Spanish side playing with 10 men from the 10th minute. But defensive problems allowed La Liga superstar Antoine Griezmann to score giving the visitors an away goal and the advantage going into next week’s second leg in Madrid, Spain. 

"Looking at the performance and the way the game went, it was the worst possible result for us, but we have to go there in a positive mood and qualify,” said Arsene Wenger. “Of course it feels like an opportunity missed. We could have qualified tonight but it didn't happen. Their keeper made a lot of saves and they showed their quality by scoring with one chance. What matters is that we go there with the belief to do it."

Premier League giant club Arsenal were in control for almost the entire game after Atletico defender Sime Vrsaljko was dismissed for two yellow cards in the first 10 minutes and the visitors were down to 10 men. With Atletico's furious manager Diego Simeone sent to the stands shortly afterward for yelling at the referees, the Spanish side survived unscathed to half-time. But Lacazette nodded in Jack Wilshere's cross just after the hour to edge the Gunners closer to a Europa League final send-off for outgoing manager Arsene Wenger.

But with eight minutes remaining Griezmann latched onto a long ball forward, shrugged off Laurent Koscielny and sent the ball into the net at the second attempt for an away goal to swing the tie Atletico's way going into the second leg in Madrid next Thursday

Arsenal's fans know their team now must breach an Atletico defense that has conceded just four times at home in Spanish La Liga this season to have any hope of extending Arsene Wenger's 22-season spell in charge to the final on 16 May.

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 Atletico Madrid goalkeeper Oblak is one of the best in the world

Gunners boss Arsène Wenger talked about his week and their home record - the second best in England - they have only two points fewer than Manchester City (having played a game more). They are currently 12th in the Premier League away table.

“For me personally, very busy. But I try to keep the priorities right. I live for competition and comp is winning games. Just to focus on your job and try to do as well as you can as long as you’re here. The fans will be behind the team, I don’t worry about that. Overall our home season has been very strong. If you look at our results at home, they’ve been outstanding. So let’s just continue that in Europe as well,” said Wenger.

Wenger was asked about the decision to start with Ospina in goal, rather than Cech:

“Every decision is tough,” added Wenger. “I believe that Petr Cech just comes back from injury, I don’t feel he’s completely recovered from it. He takes a lot on his chin because he suffers still a little bit. He’s available, but I think Ospina has played the whole competition and has done really well recently. It’s a difficult decision.”

Are they relying on Ramsey and Lacazette to score?

“Ideally, honestly, I don’t mind who scores as long as we score. The target is just to score and not to concede, because the weight of the away goal is huge. You want everybody to contribute, to defend well, not our strongest point this season. We have to use our strengths and maybe everybody to push harder, to do work they don’t normally like to do, continued Wenger.”

And about his opinion of Atletico Madrid?

“Look, they are the second team in Spain, they are above Real Madrid. What we need to do is stop their counter-attacking, keep Griezmann quiet because he’s a very dangerous player, and cope with the challenge the give us. I think in the Europa League the physical challenge is greater than the Champions League, and we play a team who can run.”

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Greizmann has 20 goals in 25 games for Atletico Madrid in 2018



Ospina; Bellerin, Mustafi, Koscielny, Monreal; Ramsey, Xhaka, Wilshere; Welbeck, Özil; Lacazette. Subs: Cech, Holding, Iwobi, Chambers, Maitland-Niles, Kolasinac, Nketiah.

Atlético Madrid

Oblak; Vrsaljko, Gimenez, Godin, Lucas; Correa, Saúl Niguez, Partey, Koke; Gameiro, Griezmann. Subs: Werner, Torres, Gabi, Savic, Diego Costa, Vitolo, Olabe.

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Antoine Griezmann of Atletico Madrid goes past goalie David Ospina of Arsenal to score his sides first goal during the UEFA Europa League Semi Final leg one match between Arsenal FC and Atletico Madrid at Emirates Stadium.

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Aaron Ramsay scored for Arsenal in the second half


Soon to retire manager Arsene Wenger leads his Arsenal side to a big win against West Ham

Arsenal 4-1 West Ham

Arsenal goals: Nacho Monreal 51”, Aaron Ramsay 82’, Alexandre Lacazette 85’, Alexandre Lacazette 89’

West Ham goal: Marko Arnautovic 64’

In a redeeming match at the Emirates, Alexandre Lacazette’s late double sealed Arsenal 4-1 rout against West Ham.

Wenger was pleased with his side's performance.

“I think we are at the moment top of the home league. We constructed patiently our win in the first half, it was tough to find space. From the second half onwards we looked like we could score as we found more space. At 1-1 you could see we were wobbling or not and the second goal killed them," said Gunners boss Arsene Wenger after his side defeated West Ham 4-1.

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When Wenger took charge as manager of Arsenal, the Frenchman made immediate changes to the diet of his side taking steak, chips, chocolate, and beer off the football players' menu.

Arsenal’s manager was asked about his decision to step down despite a year left on his contract. 

“First of all I am focused on the game. At the end of the day my job is to win the next game and we have to make a separation between the feelings and emotions that come with such a decision as well as with the job and I want to do my job well until the end. I am in this job for a long time,” replied Arsene Wenger. “I have gone through very difficult times so you learn to deal with difficult situations.I will come out on that a bit later but at the moment it is important to focus on what matters. That means the results in the next games. After the game we have another game. After the season maybe. I believe that what is interesting for people is to know who’s in charge of the club and team. I dedicate my whole life to making this club a solid club with strong foundations and I always said I want to leave the club with an opportunity for the new guy to come in to find a solid and ambitious club. I will focus on the game. My life is to win games. That is what I will do. I hope the team will deal with positive emotions. We have had some adversity and I think in last the games I would like the team to be supported well. We have had a good season at home. We want to finish the season well.”

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Regarding the Elneny injury, Wenger said: “It doesn’t look good on his ankle.”

Frenchman Wenger was diplomatic when asked about his future and whether he jumped before he was pushed.

“Look, I have nothing to add. I think it was in my statement what I wanted to say. Apart from that, I have nothing to say.”

West Ham manager David Moyes was asked whether 4-1 was a fair result.

“The last 10 minutes it might have been but before then we were good for a point," said Moyes. “The young should have headed it away, why he ducked I have no idea. We’re distraught for the team, as I thought the team effort was incredible. I am more disappointed in the last five minutes but maybe I had too many attacking players on.”

Aaron Ramsay scored the Gunners’ second goal. Ramsey talked about the win and Wenger.

“We took a bit of time to get going; it was very hot out there, but I don’t want to make excuses.”

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“Obviously, it’s really tough to take," said Ramsey. "He’s believed in us, backed us and given us all these opportunities. I owe him a lot and he deserves everything he gets. We’re not thinking about who’s coming in next and it’s all about doing it for him and hopefully, we can end up with a cup.”

Speaking after Arsenal’s 4-1 defeat of West Ham, soon to retire Arsenal manager Arsend Wenger talked about his feelings for the giant London football club and fans he has worked for for 22 years.

“I’m happy when the fans are happy and I’m even ready to suffer to make them happy. If sometimes they make me happy as well by singing, I will take it” said Arsene Wenger. “Every single decision I made during my 22 years was for the good of Arsenal and every single decision was with the priority of doing well for the club. I tried to influence the club on structure, development of players and style of play. To combine the three is not always easy and I believe I leave a club that is in a very good position. My target was always to do that and give continuity to the guy who comes in after me so we can be better in the next 20 years. That’s my wish.”

“I am not resentful and I do not want to make stupid headlines,” added Wenger. “I just feel if my personality is in the way of what I think our club is ... for me, that is more important than me staying. That is all I want to say. It is nothing to do with the fans. The fans were not happy and I can understand that. It’s my job. I have to live with that. I can accept that.”

Wenger spoke for the first time about his decision to retire at the end of the 2017-18 season even though he has one more year on his contract. Wenger made it clear he was “not tired” and wanted to continue working in football even though it would be “emotionally difficult” for him to manage another English Premier League side. Wenger did not explain in full why he chose to break his contract, stating that he would wait until he had left the club to talk about it. The Frenchman spoke for the first time about the bitter divisions that have been created among Arsenal’s fanbase. It had not damaged him personally, he said, but it had been bad for the club’s reputation.

“I believe this club is respected all over the world, much more than in England, and our fans did not give the image of unity that I wanted. That was hurtful because I feel the club is respected over the world and, overall, the image we gave from our club is not what it is – and not what I like,” said Wenger. “I feel this club has a fantastic image and, for me, that is absolutely vital. We can speak and speak and speak but sport is about winning and losing and the supporters have to accept you will lose games, even when I will not be here any more. But it is about something bigger than just winning or losing and that was always a worry: how the club is perceived worldwide, for kids playing in Africa, China and America and the dreams it can create for young children who want to play football.”

Wenger continued to talk about how Arsenal is perceived worldwide.

“I don’t know if it was damaging but it was not corresponding to how I feel our club is perceived – and has to be perceived – all over the world. If you travel with us – and I travel a lot – this club is respected all over the world and that is down to work, the way we play football, the way we behave and the way we treat people. I want that to go on, to be respected and to give the image I think is right. It is more than the money, more than the result. It is the way the club is received and the impression it leaves all over the world.”



Ospina; Bellerin, Mustafi, Koscielny, Monreal; Xhaka, Elneny; Iwobi, Ramsey, Welbeck; Lacazette. Subs: Mertesacker, Aubameyang, Holding, Chambers, Maitland-Niles, Macey, Nelson.

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Hart; Rice, Ogbonna, Cresswell; Zabaleta, Kouyate, Noble, Masuaku; Fernandes, Joao Mario; Arnautovic. Subs: Carroll, Lanzini, Hugill, Adrian, Hernandez, Evra, Cullen.

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