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01 April 2017, 01:37 | Nichole Osborne
"You do not need to concede a corner because I have not signed a five-year contract".
The AST also found that 86 per cent of is almost 1,000 members believed the Arsenal board have handled Wenger's future in a manner that is "in the best interests of Arsenal".
The pressure on Arsene Wenger seems to intensify with every passing game at the moment. No one is making any decisions.
"For the fans, and the journalists, it depends on the results - nothing else". "Regardless of the current debate around his contract we believe that he deserves huge respect and admiration for his long-term contribution to our club".
Sanchez is undoutedly Arsenal's most prolific player at the moment, but there have been moments, which have indicated the end of his time at the club.
Arsenal board: So then, Arsene, what do you think? "It depends on what soon means to you and what soon means for me".
Arsenal board: So, what is the decision?
With Arsene Wenger's insistence to dominate possession, keeping the ball on the carpet and undertaking relentless waves of attacks to break down what can be stubborn and well-organised opposing defences. Cheerio! (Or the American equivalent of the word).
They host Manchester City this Sunday and Wenger has told his squad to man up.
The Gunners, after all, have the worst record of the top six against the other top six teams this season and that comes as no surprise. "All the teams are more prepared".
That one brilliant performance might come on Sunday, but what doesn't change is the fact that Wenger is stringing the fans along, when he really should have made an announcement several weeks ago.
Wenger is yet to announce whether he will extend his contract beyond this season, with his position under increasing scrutiny due to the Gunners' recent results and protests from supporters who want him to leave.
On top of that, all this indecision is doing is creating an air of uncertainly around the club, with that uncertainty clearly affecting the players as well.
The Gunners have endured a hard few weeks, with Wenger's men having been knocked out of the Champions League by Bayern Munich and also dropping down into sixth place in the Premier League table.
But Wenger has elected to read the meaning more positively.
Speaking in his pre-match press conference at Arsenal'sLondon Colney training ground Wenger admitted that there is work to be done in the summer as he said, as quoted by the Sport Review: "It's a unusual season because we played 20 games unbeaten but I can not sit here and say we have no flaws in our team because we have".
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