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Arsenal manager has admitted that the hostile home support is affecting Gunners performance on the pitch.
Arsene Wenger insists he will remain at Arsenal beyond the current campaign despite calls from fans asking him to quit at the end of the season.
There have been growing unrest amongst the club’s supporters due to the team’s failure to compete for the League title and Wenger has revealed he won’t step down because of fan’s pressure.
Thousand of fans also stayed away from the game against West Brom in protest against Arsene Wenger who is now under severe pressure for failing to deliver the League title for 12 years in a role.
When asked if he would step down from his role as boss at the end of the season due to the situation at the Emirates, the French man insisted he will honour is contract till it expires.
‘I do not want to come back on that, I respect always my contract, Wenger said, as quoted by the Daily Mail.
When pressed to clarify his statements, the French man added.
‘I’ve just answered your question.’
Wenger also admitted that the negative environment created by the fans is taking it’s toll on the players.
‘I want our fans to be happy and when they are not it affects me. Ideally, yes, you want to play in a positive environment.
‘You do not want to play in a negative environment, but if we do we can still perform. ‘We are responsible for the performance of the team and it is true that at the moment it is not a highlight but we have to take a distance with that.
‘I hope in the next years Arsenal will always play in the top three and hopefully people won’t get disenchanted.’
Arsenal have only won five games in 2016 falling from top of the table to fourth position in the process.
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