Wenger: I Will Continue Coaching Even If...

Wenger: I Will Continue Coaching Even If...

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Arsene Wenger faced the press ahead of his side's FA Cup tie which is scheduled to hold on Monday night.

At his conference on Friday morning, the Arsenal boss addressed a number of topics including that of his future at the club.

Following Wednesday night's 5-1 loss to Bayern Munich in the last 16 of the Champions League, fans have come out in mass to demand for his retirement.

In response to that, he stated that he is not yet done with his managerial role and will still be manager next season even if it wouldn't be at Arsenal.

"No, I'm used to it (departure speculations) - I've been here for 20 years. I think it's important in life to do what you think is right and the rest is judgement. I'm in the public life and I have to deal with it.

"At the moment, we have other priorities than my future. Arsenal Football Club is what is important, not just me.

"I don't feel like I've had enough - I will manage next season, whether it's here or somewhere else.

"On the night, I hate defeat and it's hard to take but I have the strength and experience to come back from that."

I know you were already fuming when you saw the headline. Maybe you were thinking it's going to be "I will continue coaching even if the fans want me out". Lol!

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