Arsene Wenger Predicts European Super League Will Eventually Replace EPL

Posted May 15, 2018

Arsene Wenger admitted it was hard to keep his emotions in check as the Arsenal manager brought the curtain down on his 22-year reign with a 1-0 win at Huddersfield on Sunday.

Paul Merson wants to see Arsenal appoint Brendan Rodgers as the club's new manager.

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The 68-year-old said he would have liked the same situation to occur this time as he prepares for his final game at the John Smiths' Stadium.

"I will stay in football whether I am managing a team or not".

"The advice I would give to him is to give his best and respect the values of the club", he added.

"If he decides to go, I will be so sad but I will understand his decision because it's his career, his life, his family, and I am not the right guy to say you don't have to do that". I just want to wish this group of players well and the staff who are coming in.

"Wenger is a great manager and what he has done for the club in the last 22 years has been incredible, amazing".

Fifa is aiming to "rake in more money after falling behind rivals Uefa" in terms of football revenues, the Sun adds.

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang put Arsenal a goal to the good before half-time. "At the time I thought we were a bit too ambitious with 60,000 [capacity] but at the end of the day it worked", Wenger said, via Sky Sports.

"We have gone through a season of ups and downs but they have always created something special and I would like that to come out in the last game by the way we play it".

"We hadn't managed to do that yet so it was important to end Arsene's final game with a win", said Ramsey.

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Wenger says his successor can not be afraid to bring fresh ideas to Arsenal, who have missed out on UEFA Champions League qualification in each of the past two seasons. "I would like to see it myself".

Their previous plan for a European league was to pit the 16 best teams in the continent from the highest ranked leagues into one competition, combining both league and knockout formats.