Arsenal mark Wenger's final home game with thrashing of Burnley

Arsenal mark Wenger's final home game with thrashing of Burnley

Even the fans, who have had a fractious relationship with the Frenchman, sported red T-shirts emblazoned with "Merci Arsene" (Thank you, Arsene) while singing "There's only one Arsene Wenger".

"Thank you all very well for having me for such a long time". I know that's not easy. "Above all, like you, I am an Arsenal fan". It's caring about the attractive game, about the values we cherish, and as well, that something that goes for all our bodies in every cell of our bodies.

"I can say guys who managed 22 years in a club of that stature, there are not many".

Arsène Wenger says goodbye but 'will cherish every moment I was here'
Merci Wenger!

'In the job I do (next), will I be free on the day Arsenal plays?

Thursday's Europa League semi-final defeat to Atletico Madrid meant there would be no fairytale ending to his reign in terms of silverware but the overall supporter reception remained positive, in spite of regular protests over the course of the past few seasons. If you can offer me a ticket. Thank you all for being such an important of my life and hope to see you soon. "Well done. Bye bye".

Other former Gunners present include Freddie Ljungberg, Emmanuel Petit, Martin Keown, Robert Pires and Sol Campbell. I came here [to the Emirates] to make the first photos and then the lorries came in when it was a deposit for the rubbish. "So this stadium, I've seen every single part worked on, from the press conference room to the technical area". It is part of myself. "It depends whether I work somewhere else or not". And I'm quite happy for that. "With the right conditions this will challenge next season".

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After Wenger was given a guard of honour by both sets of players before the game, Arsenal took the lead on 14 minutes through Aubameyang's seventh in 11 games, tapping in from close range after Lacazette's cross-shot.

Otherwise, it was pretty much as you would expect.

"I would invite you to really push and support the players and the staff that remains behind me", the 68-year-old added.

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Asked what he might now do, he said: "I have to organise a little bit my life".

Wenger emerged shyly from the tunnel into the scorching north London sunshine before waving to the capacity crowd as Gunners fans sang his name for one of the final times during his 22-year tenure.

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