Published: Sat, May 27, 2017
Sport | By Gary Shelton

Wenger tells angry Arsenal fans: Don't blame Kroenke, blame the

Arsène Wenger has described the "psychological environment" in which Arsenal have had to perform since January as "absolutely horrendous" and accepted for the first time that the lack of clarity over his personal situation had contributed to it. It's an unforgiving league; any weakness will eventually be exposed to hinder a team's ambitions.The maximum Arsenal can win by going all the way in the competitive Europa League is €27m - leaving a minimum gap of some €25m in its base income from European football.

In terms of the top four, the damage was done long before Ronald Koeman and Everton rolled into north London. "I have two years left on my deal and I am happy here".Every Spurs player adds to the team's vibrant style of play.Walker grabbed seven minutes against Manchester United and wasn't used against Hull City.

Wenger said he did not know whether Kroenke had attended against Everton.

And amid the uncertainty, Arsenal's season has foundered in the competitions that matter most.

"It has been hard and, certainly, my personal situation has contributed to that". But I'm professional. As long as I am somewhere I do my job until the last day.

What's unclear is why Wenger is being so coy. So I don't understand why [there is] the question [about] that commitment.

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Wenger is not ready to give anything away, yet. Wenger is expected to continue and there will be clarity after the FA Cup final against Chelsea on Saturday.

Kroenke is under pressure from fans to sell up after rejecting a £1 billion takeover offer from Alisher Usmanov.

'Stan Kroenke get out of our club, ' said the home fans, as the players prepared for an empty lap of appreciation.

Liverpool youngster Trent Alexander-Arnold believes that it is exciting for the club to be back in the Champions League as it is where they belong. "It is the technical department who is responsible for that". "I don't see what he has to do with that".

"It's very sad because for 20 years we were in it", Wenger said. Here we take a look at where Liverpool have improved this season.

"I want to play for him and I am 37 next week!" "Some you know about - and it is very hard for the group of players to cope with that - and [there are] some other reasons we will talk about another day". And some other reasons that I will talk about another day.

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