Five signs Arsene Wenger is going to stay on as Arsenal manager

Five signs Arsene Wenger is going to stay on as Arsenal manager

He is the longest serving manager in the English Premier League, having joined Arsenal in October 1996.

"Arsene Wenger has taken a lot of stick, I hope he's in that dressing room telling those players exactly what he thinks of them because they have let him down and let the club down".

The FC crew cut Arsenal no slack in their loss to West Brom, continuing to pile blame on Wenger's poor leadership.

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That was followed by another plane with a pro-Wenger banner, but he still suffered the ignominy of travelling fans singing "you don't know what you're doing" near the end of the game.

The board and the majority owner -Stan Kroenke - are more than happy to see the money coming in thanks to the top four positions that Wenger guarantees - even that seems unlikely this season - and the stability that the manager brings.

Arsenal have not commented on the reports on Wenger's future.

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"We are in a unique bad patch that we never had in 20 years, we lose game after game at the moment and for me that is much more important than my future", Wenger said.

Speaking after the game, Wenger said he had made up his mind about his future and would make his intentions public "very soon".

If they have decided a change is necessary amid increasingly heated protests from supporters, they would have to inform the 67-year-old Frenchman that they no longer require his services in what would be a messy end to the Wenger era at Arsenal.

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"I don't know. I don't want to judge".

The newspaper claims that while the decision is not Wenger's alone to make - the club must also make the decision to trust him with another two-year deal - missing out on Champions League football for the first time in nearly 20 years would no longer necessarily be the deal breaker it was assumed to be previously.

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