FA Cup final: Conte reacts to Chelsea's loss, Moses' red card
- Author: Leroy Wright May 28, 2017,
May 28, 2017, 7:04
Ramsey scored his side's third and crucial goal in the 2013-14 showpiece against Hull City and was the hero again on Saturday, canceling out Diego Costa's goal a few minutes earlier to secure the win and make Wenger the FA Cup's most successful manager with seven final victories.
"We had some hard moments but I spent every minute of my season on full commitment and we never give up and that is why today I am more proud than usual because the team and myself refused to give up and we finished the job in a positive way".
The Gunners have now won three FA Cup Finals in the last four years.
When pressed further by a reporter about whether he feels he is the right man for the club, he said, "Look, I believe because you can not make 30-35 years at the top level if you don't believe you're the right man to do the job".
And yet Arsenal still ended the campaign with a cup victory that Wenger puts on a par with his last Premier League success in the unbeaten 2003-04 season. "Hundreds of friends, parents, children and partners are confronting unimaginable grief today, and we send our thoughts to them all", the Duke of Cambridge said.
For Arsenal it was time for redemption what has been a failed season in which they could not finish in the top-four for the first time in more than a decade.
The Twitter account also shared a handwritten letter by the 34-year-old royal, which said, "We will never fear coming together to celebrate all that unites us".
"I'm in a public job - I expect to be criticised", he said.
Stan Kroenke watched as Wenger recorded his seventh FA Cup win and the American owner will join the club board meeting on Tuesday to decide on Wenger's future.
The Arsenal that Arsene Wenger likes to tell us about - the mentally tough one, the "quality" one - had slipped into myth. "We have played some games in quite a hostile environment and I don't think that has been helpful".
"Our season was incredible, to win the league in this way".
"Of course I want him to stay at the club", the Welshman said.
Speaking to BBC Sport, Wenger said: "I have always been very clear". Referee, after consulting with side assistant, pointed to the center of the field.
"This season has been hurt by a blip in March and I am convinced now, looking back at this season, by the uncertainty about my future with the players". Surely he deserves to carry this new formation into next season?