Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger says his future at the club will be decided at a board meeting after the FA Cup final on 27 May.
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has labelled Tony Adams" criticism of the Frenchman's coaching as "sad', and insists he has more important things to focus on.
"He's a great who changed the game, in terms of the way people think about football, with his scientific approach and the way he developed his scouting network in France and Africa many years ago". What happens to me after that is less important, " he said.
The club looked destined for the drop when he took over and their relegation from LaLiga has since been confirmed with Adams losing all of his games.
Arsenal must beat the Toffees tomorrow and hope results elsewhere go their way to have any chance of qualifying for the Champions League.More news: Rep. Al Green Officially Calls on Congress to Impeach President Trump
Much to Wenger's displeasure, fate is not in their hands, if the two sides above them - Liverpool and Manchester City - register wins then a season in the Europa League beckons.
City, which has the best goal difference, plays at Watford and Liverpool hosts already-relegated Middlesbrough.
"What you want is that they have a go and they fight".
"Hopefully that will be the case".
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Lukaku has publicly rejected a new contract offer and Barkley is stalling over a deal he has been offered. "We are on a good run and that's all we can do".
Here, Press Association Sport's Tom White unearths a (perhaps tenuous) reason to pay attention to each of Sunday's games. "We have the same picture in what we want to improve".
"Of course we can need help to become better".
"Let's wait to see what we can do". Koeman has no new injuries worries, but remains without Maarten Stekelenburg (groin), Seamus Coleman (broken leg), Ramiro Funes Mori (knee), James McCarthy (hamstring), Aaron Lennon (stress-related illness) and Yannick Bolasie (knee). The Ox has also been done well as a central midfielder this term, but Granit Xhaka and Aaron Ramsey are also proving their worth in central roles now, and will nearly certainly line up alongside each other on Sunday.More news: Android Pay to expand to new markets, add improved loyalty card features
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