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Dermot O'Leary admits tearful farewell to Arsene Wenger

13 May 2018

"JOHANNESBURG - 'What a way to sum up the footballing philosophy of Arsene Wenger", boomed commentator Martin Tyler as Tony Adams's goal against Everton in the last match of the season, 20-years-ago now, was being replayed.

Wenger was pressured to work on a considerably lowered price range within the years after the transfer as Arsenal sought to pay for the stadium, whereas the supervisor admits it took his group some time to totally acclimatise following their transfer from Highbury.

Wenger arrived from Japan in 1996 and the three-time Premier League victor will farewell Arsenal when the Gunners face Huddersfield Town on the final day of the season on Sunday.

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The club announced he would be leaving back on April 20 with the Gunners still in the Europa League semi-finals and with five Premier League games remaining. "The prices for the stadium have doubled".

'A £10million participant after we constructed the stadium was big. Today a guy like Kane, I don't know for much they can sell him. "But they have to face it".

The 24-year-old instead believes the prospect of playing in the Champions League at their new ground will be a big pulling factor in attracting new recruits this summer. And when asked if there was on result he'd want to change from the last 22 years, Wenger picked that loss even over the 2006 Champions League final defeat.

Since then Wagner's players have been partying hard and it would be hugely ironic if post-party Town should sign off the season by beating an Arsenal side managed by someone credited with revolutionising the refuelling habits of English football.

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Arsene Wenger is supportive of Gareth Southgate as England manager but has left the door open to taking the role in the future.

"And on the top end, when you look at the modern developments they are booming, you know. Overall it is very sad because the decision went against us and we are upset that we lost a game that we should not have lost", he said.

Wenger, during the interview, revealed that he encouraged Arsenal to organise a tour in India: "I have always encouraged Arsenal to organise a tour in India".

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Dermot O'Leary admits tearful farewell to Arsene Wenger