"The Premier League is the most demanding league in the world and what they have achieved was fantastic and they should be proud of it".
'No, no, no, no, no, I take a bigger perspective than that, ' Wenger said.
Saturday's protests may not be the last time Arsenal supporters to take to the air to make their case for change or continuity.
Pressed on why he thought that, the West Brom boss added: "Because he told me". I don't think respect counts now. Maybe a manager can do one or two cycles, but people get exhausted.
Over the years the Special One has dominated the Arsenal manager when they've met.
Arsene Wenger has reportedly made a decision to stay at Arsenal, despite growing calls for the Frenchman to leave the Emirates.
Tottenham fans have reacted on Twitter in humorous fashion to the news, with many amusingly tweeting that Wenger is "one of our own".
Soriano's reading of a manager's cycle is one shared by many of his European contemporaries. The away loss to West Bromwich (3-1), which is the fourth in last five games, leaves Arsenal outside the top 4 in the league and significantly decreases their chances to finish the season in the Champions League zone.
Wenger's comments will not end the guessing game over his future. That's not acceptable for Arsenal Football Club.
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Merkel said "it makes absolutely no difference whether the notification comes one day earlier, or three or seven days afterward". They added: 'We have said we expect this to be a two-year process and we are confident that is what we will achieve'.
Arsenal's hopes of a Champions League place are in real jeopardy and two of their three wins since January 28 have come against Sutton United and Lincoln City.
As you've probably heard by now, Arsene Wenger might or might not be on the cusp of leaving Arsenal.
Sources told ESPN FC that Wenger agreed a two-year deal last November, but has so far failed to sign it. "We need to fight", said Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain afterwards, but actions speak louder than words and on Saturday, his Arsenal players' lack of that very quality left Wenger looking a lonely man indeed.
But what have stability and consistency actually done for Arsenal with Wenger at the helm during that time?
But Wenger said after defeat to the Baggies that he does not think qualifying for Europe's elite club competition is the be-all and end-all for the club.
But when Wenger goes, is there anyone who will be there to ensure a smooth transition?
Rumours spread on social media that the banner may have had the support of individuals close to the Arsenal board but Gooners20 categorically denied the claim and funded the banner themselves.
If the only things keeping Wenger at the Emirates are the stability and consistency that he brings, it really is time go.
Who should replace him as the manager of Arsenal?