French manager to remain in charge of Emirates Stadium side.
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has confirmed his intention to remain as manager of the north London club after his side’s thrilling FA Cup final win over Hull City.
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The Daily Mail reports that the 64 year old will continue in his post after ending a nine year silverware drought.
‘I always said my future doesn’t depend on this but I always wanted to stay,’
Asked to confirm that he intends to remain as Arsenal manager he added ‘Yes, I will.’ before continuing,
‘We wanted to make history tonight and win the game and we did that in both ways – how not to start the Cup final and how to come back,’
‘I think it was a turning point in the life span of this team – to know they can win in that way was really important today.’
Arsenal came from two goals down to defeat Hull City after the Tigers had scored twice in the opening eight minutes only for goals from Santi Cazorla, Laurent Koscielny and Aaron Ramsey to edge Wenger’s side to victory.
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