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Post match press conference: Arsene Wenger v West Ham Utd


Filed: Monday, 23rd April 2018
By: Staff Writer


Arsene Wenger praised his team for their "patience" and discipline" after watching Arsenal beat West Ham with three goals in the final ten minutes of the game.

The French boss, who recently announced his decision to stand down as manager of the north London side also spoke at length about his decision to leave Arsenal following his side's 4-1 victory.

Hear what Wenger had to say about the afternoon's events during his post-match press conference...








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