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Arsenal Chief executive: Arsene Wenger is Here to stay


Arsenal chief executive Ivan Gazidis has accepted that the club is still planning for Arsene Wenger to be in charge for a long time to come.
The Gunners boss faced criticism towards the end of the season after another collapse in the Premier League title race.
A protest against Wenger was staged during a match against Norwich the concluded season, with a some of supporters holding up banners  with the message: “Time to change.”
The majority of fans rallied around Wenger during the match though, and Arsenal went on to secure a second-placed top flight finish for the first time in 11 years.
Gazidis has revealed the club still the beliefs that Wenger is the right man to deliver trophies to the Emirates.

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