Arsenal hurt by 'horrendous' atmosphere - Wenger
- Author: Julie Sanders May 26, 2017,
May 26, 2017, 23:24
Wenger has come under increased pressure this season, with protests going on and off throughout the entire campaign, calling for him to quit the club, with some simply calling for change.
Even more galling for Arsenal fans was seeing arch-rivals Tottenham finish higher than the Gunners for the first time in 22 years as Mauricio Pochettino's side claimed second place in the table with England striker Harry Kane winning the national Golden Boot award with 29 goals for the season.
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Wenger is clearly frustrated by the lack of backing he has received from Gazidis and Arsenal chairman Chips Keswick in recent months and now he looks set to head into a decisive board meeting next week with the prospect of his time as Arsenal boss ending still a real possibility.
Once again some fans inside the Emirates Stadium held up placards calling for Wenger to step down, as well as some criticising American majority shareholder Stan Kroenke.
Champions Chelsea are the most improved team in the Premier League this season - collecting a remarkable 43 more points than under Jose Mourinho and Guus Hiddink last term. For me, it's the best competition and Liverpool needs to be there consistently, all the time, and I love the perspective.
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He added: "We do our job and you are professional and part of the job is being professional when the environment is not positive". "It's very odd because for 75 points we are one point short and of course you can look everywhere where we did drop points".
"One thing you can not question is my love for this club".
"After the second goal I think everyone could see how good we can be".
As for Liverpool, the Merseyside outfit will have to go through a qualifying round to feature in the group stage of Europe's premier club competition next season. The players wouldn't have felt like doing their traditional end of season lap of honour had they failed to finish in the top four, but as it was the atmosphere became more jovial and relaxed as the game wore on.
John Terry was given an emotional send-off as champions Chelsea beat Sunderland 5-1 before hoisting the Premier League trophy.