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Arsene Wenger has begged Arsenal faithfuls to get behind the team as they enter into the final weeks of the season.
Speaking after Wednesday night’s game against Swansea City which the Gunners narrowly lost 2-1, Wenger urged the supporters to stay together and get behind the team.
“That’s what we want to do, transform the negatives around us into positives and create even more solidarity,” he said
“I like very much the fact we can compete, that we have something inside the club and this club has been built before me on values and what we try to do is respect these values. When we have a disappointing game we try to show these values, that means solidarity, togetherness, fighting together.
“What you want from your fans is to fight together until the last day of the season. What we have learnt from the league is it is very tight, everybody can drop points and the teams and the fans who can show togetherness and solidarity until the end might come out of it in a positive way. That’s what you want, fight until the end of the season and not give up when you have a bad game or a bad result. That’s what fans and players and teams and clubs are about.”
Arsenal currently sit six points behind table toppers Leicester City and missed the chance to close in on Claudio Ranieri’s men after they drew with West Brom on Tuesday night.
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