The Cup Final & Wenger To Stay?

Armed police patrol the route to Wembley Stadium ahead of the FA Cup final soccer match between Arsenal and Chelsea, in London, Saturday, May 27, 2017. And it might just be enough to stem the tide of protests against Wenger, with the record 13-time FA Cup winners yet to announce a new contract for the 67-year-old Frenchman for next season. I think he deserves to work with Arsenal because he showed, in these 20 years, he is a good manager.

Arsenal supporters, Richard Mofe Damijo and Anthony Onyegbulem better known as Okey Bakassi in the Nigerian entertainment industry, spoke with on their thoughts on the game. I love to win and I love to do well for my club.

Team Form: Chelsea has won all five games in their last five matchups in all competitions.

"This is football, sometimes you are at the top and sometimes not", Hazard added. "It's not about me, it's about us winning the trophy and giving everything to achieve it".

Arsene Wenger says the abuse he's received this season has been a disgrace and directed criticism at the decision makers at Arsenal, seemingly for the way they've wavered over making a decision about his future.

Don and Layla take a spin on the London Eye while testing their knowledge of the FA Cup.

The Cup Final & Wenger To Stay?

"For sure, for sure", said the Italian. "We have this new manager, we have a couple of young players, so everything is ready to build something".

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain has admitted that Alexis Sanchez lives, sleeps and breathes football and he has a hiding place in training where he goes to practice when Arsene Wenger and the other coaches have told him to rest.

"But I didn't have the opportunity to see Wenger doing his job during the training session".

Conte is hoping to emulate his Italian countryman Carlo Ancelotti by steering Chelsea to a Premier League and FA Cup Double in his first season at the club.

"There is always a guy at the club who did not get a medal, a member of staff".

"The behaviour of some people during the season, that is what hurts me most".

  • Julie Sanders