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Pre-match press conference: Arsene Wenger [video]


Filed: Tuesday, 4th April 2017
By: Staff Writer


Arsene Wenger had to bat off a string of questions regarding his future as he spoke to the media ahead of West Ham's visit to the Emirates tomorrow.

The under-pressure Arsenal manager was the target of another fans' protest after the 2-2 draw with Manchester City at the weekend - but insisted that he will honour his contract, which lasts until next summer.

Meanwhile Wenger believes West Ham will be more of a threat at the Emirates than at the Olympic Stadium due to the club's difficulty into settling into the Stratford arena. See Wenger discuss the fixture in the video below...







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