Published: Wed, March 15, 2017
Global Media | By Garry Long

Arsene Wenger avoids more misery as Arsenal see off Lincoln

Arsene Wenger avoids more misery as Arsenal see off Lincoln

Asked abut whether his commitment to the London club was influenced by factors including the attitude of supporters, Wenger stated: "It's not conditional, it's just how I feel it's how the situation is".

"I think the board are looking for someone who can reinvigorate the team, go again", Cross said on Sunday Supplement.

The young manager has impressed many football fans during the Lincolnshire side's route through to an incredible FA Cup quarter-final berth. Ten minutes later, they're absolutely rubbish. It is always interesting to take a distance. Hopefully we can have something to look forward to and get to the final'.

"But with Arsene it is a little bit different".

'The importance of the game has become bigger, ' said Wenger. You can't escape any more.

That tells you how good they are, but their FA Cup adventure ends here.

"I watched that game three times now and it's still the referee who killed our game".

'The world has changed. It's a shame that I can not keep everybody happy. How many times have we been?

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With Juventus knocking on the door but unable to take the lead, Max Allegri looked to his bench with impressive results. Given the age I am, and in my second year, winning the Champions League would definitely be insane .

But Lincoln travel to the Emirates Stadium full of confidence after upsetting the odds to win at Burnley in the previous round.

Arsenal's gulf in class then began to show as an Olivier Giroud effort, a Luke Waterfall own goal, and goals from Alexis Sanchez and Aaron Ramsey earned their place in the semi-finals.

But will he be as hard to replace as Sir Alex Ferguson was at Manchester United?

Lincoln could make it a week to forget for the 67-year-old after losses to Liverpool and Bayern Munich left Arsenal with the FA Cup as the only genuine silverware still on offer.

'On my mind is to win the next game, ' said Wenger. Wenger, on the other hand, has struggled to get the best out of a squad that is one of the deepest in the Premier League.

"It's the next game and in the next game, people expect us to win, so there's a pressure there of course".

"Everything is open. We had talks with Arsenal", Ozil said. The first goal was important but it was down to how we approached the game.

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