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WHO'S MY NEW BOSS? Arsenal keeper wants to know

WHO'S MY NEW BOSS? Arsenal keeper wants to know

Arsenal, meanwhile, had managed to put some of the gloss back on their performance by dismantling Burnley 5-0 in Wenger's last home game as manager.

"It's a club where he's given everything in order to ensure Arsenal progress as a football team, therefore I'm sure there will be a lot of feelings going through his mind for his last game". Chapman left Huddersfield in 1925 to take over at Arsenal, and Wenger said that made Huddersfield a fitting place to end his reign. Not only did their officials and supporters show warmth and appreciation for Wenger but there was also a historic connection that was not lost on the Frenchman.

"I see a bright future for my successor because the team has a good attitude and has quality".

"Do I feel relief?"

He was unable to offer one final wave to the Arsenal fans because of a pitch invasion, with Huddersfield fans celebrating their top-flight survival which was secured following a midweek draw at Chelsea.

It's sure to be an emotional day but hopefully the players will do all they can to send Wenger off with a win as we look to collect our first away point of 2018. "At the time I thought we were a bit too ambition with 60,000 but at the end of the day it worked".

It was the 2003/04 season when he truly etched his name into the history books as he oversaw an unbeaten campaign to make it a hat-trick of titles.

The 68-year-old took charge of his last game as Gunners boss as his side recorded a 1-0 victory courtesy of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang's first-half goal.

The north London outfit haven't won the Premier League title since 2003-04.

Arsene Wenger has revealed his two biggest regrets at Arsenal ahead of his final game in charge of the club.

However, Wenger - who will farewell the Londoners following Sunday's trip to Huddersfield Town - has no regrets as he said: "I believe Highbury had a special spirit".

Australian midfielder Aaron Mooy clipped the top of Ospina's crossbar with an audacious long-range attempt as stoppage time approached which was the closest the home side came to equalising. I just want to wish this group of players well and the staff who are coming in.