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This Is The Club Of My Life

Following reports in French newspapers over the weekend, Arsene Wenger has expressed his commitment to Arsenal again.

Speaking to arsenal.com following an interview he did where there were some comments made about his future, Wenger moved to clarify the situation.

'I just wanted to say that this is the club of my life. I have a contract that I will honour and the only way I would one day consider leaving, is if I feel I have not done well enough for the club. There is no mixed message, my commitment and love for this club is total.'

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Writer:Arsenal Site Staff
Date:Sunday November 20 2011
Time: 2:17PM

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Here, Here! Long may that continue!
jl13
20/11/2011 15:28:00
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We are a one man team. That MAN is Arsene Wenger.
GunnaBlazing
20/11/2011 16:23:00
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Arsene knows (welll maybe not defensalistically at times) but I could not imagine life without him! The last two months he has done a great job in reshaping the team (with a little help from RVP).
grouvillegooner
20/11/2011 19:23:00
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He's certainly the manager of my life.
ptv-
20/11/2011 21:16:00
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However the story unfolds, I love the man and EVERYTHING he has done for Arsenal Football Club. It has been a pleasure and a privilege to follow Arsenal during this fantastic "era" and I have hopes Le Boss can still write the ending he deserves, not the one the spiteful press have been hoping for.
julieloveshenry4ever
21/11/2011 09:57:00
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He's done nothing but use and abuse your club. He's dined out on past success in order to mask present failure. He's a total creep. Good riddance to bad rubbish. His time is over. And so is yours. COYS!
Tony Rocky Horror
21/11/2011 23:14:00
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The full transcript of AW's interview with L'Equipe is available on Arseblog News and many things are apparent after reading that. The reporting in the English press was highly selective and mistranslated which led to a spurious interpretation of AW's interview. Whether one agrees with Arsene or does not, he has led this club with enough ability and grace to atleast be afforded respect and time. Manager's like him are rare and I savour every year we have had him as our manager.
Deltaforce
22/11/2011 06:12:00
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How about a comment jalle and others who thought this wonderful manager time was up. The baying has gone for his end have faded. How lucky lucky lucky Arsenal have been to have the Boss as our manager. .
alwaysgunner
22/11/2011 07:55:00
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