Newspaper article The Journal (Newcastle, England)

Review for Wenger at the End of the Season

Newspaper article The Journal (Newcastle, England)

Review for Wenger at the End of the Season

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ARSENE Wenger has revealed there will be a review of his performance with the Arsenal board at the end of the season - even though he signed a new two-year deal in May.

The 68-year-old extended his stay as Gunners boss past 21 years when he penned a fresh contract after delivering a third FA Cup in four seasons with victory over Chelsea.

There was speculation for months over whether he would stay as results on the pitch deteriorated and supporters protested against his continuing reign.

Although he ultimately opted to stay, those calls from some fans have already resurfaced this season following Premier League defeats at Liverpool, Stoke and Watford.

Wenger settled the ship with a 5-2 win at Everton on Sunday, while his rotated side boast a 100% record in the Europa League and also progressed to the Carabao Cup quarter-finals. Many supporters feel Wenger will remain for the entirety of his new term but the Frenchman suggested at the club's annual general meeting yesterday that he will "see where I go from there" after a post-season briefing with the club's board. …

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